Baylor Business School Magazine Wins Award

Nov. 4, 1999

by Alan Hunt

The Baylor Business Review, the magazine of Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business, has won a publications award from the Association for University Business and Economic Research (AUBER).

Founded in 1949, AUBER is the professional association of business and economic research organizations in public and private universities nationwide.

The Baylor publication was honored during the association's annual conference held Oct. 24-27 in Little Rock, Ark. Judy Corwin, editor of the magazine, received the 1999 Award of Excellence in Publications in the Continuing Publication Category.

Corwin, who is the director of Hankamer's Bureau of Communications and Public Relations, has edited the magazine since publication of the first issue in the summer of 1983.

The magazine is published twice-yearly and has a circulation of approximately 24,000. It is distributed to business school alumni, supporters and friends, deans of accredited business schools nationwide, university libraries, Texas business executives and companies that recruit Hankamer students.

For more information about the award, call Corwin at 710-3495.

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