George W. DuBois Memorial Award


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Graduate Student Support

History and Purpose:

Established in 1987 by the Lee and Rose Warner Foundation, the George M. Dubois Memorial Award honors the memory of Mr. DuBois who initiated and developed the Space Center in Mira Loma, California. The award is given annually to graduate students in The A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management who have demonstrated academic accomplishment, understand and are interested in business affairs, show an innovative approach to management problems, and desire to seek unique solutions to these challenges.

Selection and Guidelines:

The recipient, chosen by AGSM's Executive Committee, must show scholastic achievement, an understanding and interest in business management problems, and a desire to seek unique solutions or courses of action. Students at any class level are eligible. Application is by letter to the Dean, with a 2-page statement of management interest and achievements, and one project paper during AGSM coursework.

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