04-21-2015, 04:25 PM
Washington: Indian-American professor who uses a game called "Baffa Baffa" to teach the culture of doing business and how it affects the events and relationships, has won the prestigious Peltier Award for innovation in teaching.
Pune University graduate Rajani Ganesh Inga, an assistant professor of marketing is the North Dakota State University (NDSU), are recognized in the year during the annual celebration of the Faculty of excellence to be held on April three faculty members.
"NDSU has many amazing and dedicated faculty members, said the Reverend Beth Ingram." Four of the Faculty of financial guarantee contracts this spring stood out best of the best. I'm really happy to be able to recognize their achievements. "
Peltier Award was established in Joseph and Norma Peltier honor innovations in teaching.
Ganesh Inga recorded in their efforts to bring practical experience, theory-based understanding and improved his worldwide marketing students.
"This is an eye-opening experience a lot of students," wrote Chanchai Tangpong, a professor of management. "This will make them more aware of and sensitive to the cultural background of the marketing decisions in question."
Ganesh Inga received a bachelor's degree and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Tapolca, Hungary.
He also received a Master in Business Administration from Emporia State University, Kansas and a doctorate from University of Central Florida.