2019-2020 Award Recipients
Associate Professor, Department of Management and Organizations
Leonard N. Stern School of Business
Dolly Chugh’s research focuses on the psychological constraints on the quality of decision-making with ethical import, a phenomenon known as "bounded ethicality" (Chugh, Banaji and Bazerman, 2005). Professor Chugh currently teaches MBA courses in leadership, management and negotiations. Additionally, she has taught at a men’s prison through the NYU Prison Education Program at the Wallkill Correctional Facility, where she is currently running a book club.
Stephen Duncombe’s interests lie in media and cultural studies. He teaches and writes on the history of mass and alternative media and the intersection of culture and politics. He is also the creator of Open Utopia, an open-access, open-source, web-based edition of Thomas More’s Utopia. Duncombe is co-founder and co-director of the Center for Artistic Activism, a research and training institute.
Joseph E. Milgram Professor, Department of Orthopedic Surgery
Grossman School of Medicine
Kenneth Egol primarily works with people who have experienced trauma ranging from an ankle sprain or a broken hip to multiple fractures caused by an accident. In addition to treating patients, he also teaches medical students and residents, and is the director of the orthopedic surgery residency program at NYU School of Medicine.
Troy McKenzie ’00 joined the faculty of NYU School of Law in 2007. His scholarly interests include bankruptcy, civil procedure, complex litigation, and the federal courts. His work explores litigation and the institutions that shape it – particularly complex litigation that is resolved through the class action, bankruptcy, and other forms of aggregation. McKenzie returned to NYU Law in 2017 after serving for two years as Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Office of Legal Counsel at the U.S. Department of Justice.
Maggie Raywood has worked on the productions of Cats, Phantom of the Opera, and Guys and Dolls. She has designed costumes for Pan Asian Repertory Company and for various contemporary dance companies. Maggie designed costumes for two productions as part of The Season, the NYU program of summer performances at Villa La Pietra.
Clinical Associate Professor, Program Director, Advanced Practice Palliative Care Specialty Sequence
Rory Meyers College of Nursing
Dorothy J. Wholihan is a palliative care nurse practitioner with over 30 years of nursing experience. She has practiced as an oncology and pain management clinical nurse specialist and is actively practicing as a nurse practitioner in palliative care. Her practice and research interests include spiritual aspects of care, teaching communication skills, and the care of veterans at end of life.