MBA, Indian Institute of Management, India
BSc, Electrical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Sujata joined the Faculty in 2005. She has served as the Director of MBA Strategic Initiatives after having served as the Academic Director of the MBA program from 2011-2016. Prior to this, she has worked with the Boston Consulting Group and Citibank.
She has taught Corporate Finance I and II, Applied Corporate Finance, International Finance, Derivatives, Investment and Portfolio Management, Global Investments, Microeconomics, and International Business to Undergraduate, MBA, PMBA, MBA Japan, and EMBA participants.
She won the 2021 Academy of Finance Excellence in Teaching Award and was awarded the prestigious 3M National Teaching Fellowship in 2020. In addition, Sujata was named amongst the international list of Favorite Professors of the MBA Class of 2019 by Poets & Quants. At McGill, she received the Principal's Prize for Excellence in Teaching for 2011 and was awarded the Desautels Faculty of Management MBA Core Teaching Award in 2019 and the Distinguished Teaching Award at the graduate level in 2016, 2015, 2014, 2012 as well as in 2008. She was voted Teacher of the Year for 2007 by the Management Undergraduate Student Society.
Sujata has also taught in France, Denmark, Germany, Russia, Singapore and India.
2021: Academy of Finance Excellence in Teaching Award
2020: 3M National Teaching Fellowship, Canada-wide
2019: Desautels MBA Core Teaching Award, McGill University
2019: Named amongst the Favorite Professors of the MBA Class of 2019, Poets & Quants
2011: Principal’s Prize for Excellence in Teaching, McGill University
2016, 2015, 2014, 2012, 2008: Desautels Faculty of Management Distinguished Teaching Award for Graduate Teaching, McGill University
2007: Teacher of the Year award by the Management Undergraduate Society, McGill University
Voted Most Enjoyed Course in the McGill MBA Japan Program, McGill University
Above and Beyond Teaching award for distinguished teaching, Indian Institute of Management
Adler Memorial prize for Best Undergraduate Thesis in Electrical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology