The UCLA Anderson School of Management has recognized seven faculty members for outstanding teaching and research in the school’s annual awards.

Hal Hershfield was honored with the Dean George W. Robbins Assistant Professor Teaching Award for teaching excellence within the ranks of the school’s assistant professors.

Lori Santikian was recognized with the Citibank Teaching Award, which is given to the school’s most outstanding M.B.A. teacher, based on criteria outlined by Citibank.

Guillaume Roels and Margaret Shih shared the Neidorf “Decade” Teaching Award, recognizing faculty members’ exemplary teaching contributions, as demonstrated over a period of seven to 10 years.

Hal Hershfield also was honored with the Eric and “E” Juline Faculty Excellence in Research Award, which is given to an assistant professor for excellence in research.

Margaret Shih earned the La Force Award for Leadership, which honors and recognizes a faculty member who has demonstrated his or her leadership in making UCLA Anderson a better place.

Miguel Unzueta received the Faculty Community Engagement Award, which honors a UCLA Anderson faculty member who exemplifies service to the school through his or her engagement and support of students, alumni and/or prospective students outside of the classroom.

Suzanne Shu was awarded with the Dean’s Prize given for outstanding faculty mentorship of Ph.D. students.

Marissa Sharif was awarded the Xavier Drèze Prize given for the best Ph.D. student research paper.