College of Business and Public Administration Presents Award for Public Service to ODU Graduate
Markus H. Meier, Old Dominion University alumnus and assistant director of the Health Care Division in the Federal Trade Commission's Bureau of Competition, received the College of Business and Public Administration Award for Achievement in Public Service following his presentation as a guest lecturer for ODU's Landmark Executive-in-Residence Speaker Series.
Meier, who received a master's degree in public administration from the university, leads investigations and litigations involving alleged antitrust law violations by health-care professionals, hospitals, health plans and pharmaceutical companies.
Prior to joining the bureau, he was the special assistant U.S. attorney and resident adviser to the Indonesian Competition Commission in Jakarta, Indonesia.
The Award for Achievement in Public Service was established this year to recognize ODU alumni who exemplify the spirit of public service inherent in the mission of all public universities. The award will be presented annually to a graduate who has demonstrated a sustained commitment to public service through their vocation and/or volunteerism and whose actions consistently reflect the values of public service.
This article was posted on: November 4, 2010
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