Awards

MED 2020 Awards

Each year the MED Division of the Academy of Management recognizes outstanding submissions to the AOM Annual Meeting. The MED division also recognises exceptional service to the division by the J. B. (Ben) Arbaugh Outstanding Contribution to MED Award.

 B. (Ben) Arbaugh Outstanding Contribution to MED Award

Sponsored by the MED division

This award recognises the MED member who shows exceptional, sustained dedication and service to the division

The 2020 recipient of the J. B. (Ben) Arbaugh Outstanding Contribution to MED Award is: Lisa Stickney (University of Baltimore)

 

AOM – MED division 2020 Best Paper in Management Education and Development Award

Sponsored by the MOBTS and the Journal of Management Education

 

This award recognises the submission that offers the most significant contribution to management education and development

 

The 2020 recipient of the Best Paper in Management Education and Development Award is: Kathy Mack (University of South Carolina Aiken)

“Broadening our senses: The aesthetics of online MBA studio-based education“.

 

AOM – MED division 2020 Global Forum Best Paper Award

Sponsored by Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM)

 

This award recognises the submission that best creates the opportunity to address global issue (universal or broad topic applicable to all) of significance to management education and/or development

 

The 2020 recipients of the Global Forum Best Paper Award are: Rainer Winkler (University of St. Gallen), Matthias Soellner (University of Kassel) and Jan Marco Leimeister (University of St. Gallen)

“Improving students' problem-solving skills with smart personal assistants”

 

AOM – MED division 2020 Best Symposium in Management Education and Development Award

Sponsored by Maynooth University

 

This award recognises the symposium that offers the most significant contribution to advance management education and development

 

The 2020 recipients of the Best Symposium in Management Education and Development Award are: Stephanie K. Rehbock (TU Munich), Maria L. Kraimer (Rutgers University), Brooke A. Gazdag (University of Munich), Daniela Datzer (University of Munich) and Gisa Todt (University of Munich). The work presented at the symposium is co-authored with: Chia-Yen (Chad) Chiu (University of South Australia), Stefan Razinskas (Freie Universität Berlin), Martin Högl (University of Munich) and Yvette Hofmann (Bavarian State Institute for Higher Education Research and Planning)

“Critical events at a critical time: Setbacks and shocks in early academic career stages”