Achievements, Awards and Memberships

January 15th, 2012

Selected for the peer-reviewed Fulbright Specialist Program (2012-2017). Letter of appointment can be found here.  Inviting countries can find detailed information on how to invite Dr. Khazanchi here. From CIES:  “The Fulbright Specialists Program is the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government. It promotes linkages between United States academics and professionals and their counterparts at universities around the world. The program is designed to support qualified U.S. faculty and professionals, in select disciplines, to engage in collaborative projects at higher education institutions in over 100 countries.”

NUKUDOS2005Received the University of Nebraska Board of Regents Kudos (9/16/2005)

Life Member, BETA GAMMA SIGMA (the honors society for American Collegiate Schools of Business), Texas Tech University, 1992.

Awarded the 1998 distinguished paper award by the SAIS (Society for the Advancement of Information Systems).

Represented Texas Tech University at the TexIS Doctoral Student Consortium, College Station (Fall 1990), and the DSI Doctoral Student Consortium, San Diego (Fall 1990).

Recipient of the Dean’s Excellence in Teaching Award for 1989-90. The award carried a stipend of $250 and a letter of commendation from the Dean of the College of Business Administration, Texas Tech University.

Recipient of a competitive tuition scholarship for Fall 1986 by the graduate school of the Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

Recipient of the President’s Certificate of Merit for excellence, Indian Institute of Technology, 1981.

Secretary, Graduate Business Association (GBA), Southern Illinois University, 1987-88.

In the News:

DesMoinesRegister.com (June 18th, 2007; PDF)

USA Today (March 27th, 2006; PDF)
  • 7th August 1998
UNO | Radio Newsline Podcast (June 14th, 2006)UNO has new relationship with Indian Institutes of Technology (http://www.unomaha.edu/news/radionewsline/aud/20060614_iit.mp3) — “Any discussion of the global economy and its future includes the importance of India. The University of Nebraska at Omaha has a new and developing relationship with one of that country’s premier institutions – the Indian Institutes of Technology. Dr. Deepak Khazanchi explains how UNO and IIT are now working with each other and what will be going on in the future.”
Omaha World Herald

Midlands Business Journal (August 5th, 2005)

UNO Gateway (August 26th, 2005)