Dec 28, 2004 — The Direct Marketing Day Foundation, Inc. honored Deborah Y. Cohn, PhD, assistant professor of marketing at Yeshiva University’s Sy Syms School of Business, with its DMDF Professor Award for 2004.
The award is presented annually to “an outstanding educator and school in recognition of their dedication and leadership in furthering knowledge of direct marketing within the academic community.”
Dean of Sy Syms School of Business, Charles Snow, PhD, said the award is a source of pride.
“Deborah is an excellent teacher who has previously been voted by students as Teacher of the Year,” Dr. Snow said. “It is gratifying to see an outside organization also recognize her talents and to acknowledge the superior education provided by the Syms faculty.”
The Direct Marketing Day Foundation (DMDF), based in New York City, is an independent nonprofit corporation serving the direct and interactive marketing community. Its mission is to provide funding to educators for resources and scholarships to introduce students to careers in direct marketing. DMDF supports direct and interactive marketing programs at the college and university level.