Awards, Appointments, and Honors

Associate Professor of Accounting Mary Ellen Carter has been named president-elect of the Financial Accounting and Reporting Section of the American Accounting Association. She will serve as president for the 2020–21 term.

Curtis Chan, assistant professor of management and organization, received a 2019 Outstanding Reviewer Award from the Academy of Management Review. Moreover, Chan has been invited to join that journal’s editorial review board.

The seventh edition of Information Systems: A Manager’s Guide to Harnessing Technology, by Associate Professor of Information Systems John Gallaugher, won a 2019 Textbook Excellence Award from the Textbook and Academic Authors Association.

Accenture Professor Katherine Lemon (Marketing) has been elected chair of the board of directors of the American Marketing Association for the 2020–21 term.  

“On Withholding Capacity from Strategic Patients,” a paper that Assistant Professor of Operations Management Nan Liu co-authored with PhD student Yunchao Xu and Vice Dean of Faculty Mor Armony (both of NYU Stern), was a finalist in the 2019 INFORMS Health Application Society Student Paper Competition.

Associate Professor of Finance Nadya Malenko has been appointed to the board of directors of the Financial Intermediation Research Society. In addition, Malenko, who is also the Giuriceo Family Faculty Fellow, has been named academic director of the Midwest Finance Association and research member of the European Corporate Governance Institute.  

Marketing’s Gergana Nenkov and Hristina Nikolova earned the Franco Nicosia Competitive Paper Award at the 2019 Association for Consumer Research Conference in Atlanta. Nenkov is an assistant professor and the Haub Family Faculty Fellow. Nikolova is the Diane Harkins Coughlin and Christopher J. Coughlin Sesquicentennial Assistant Professor.

Associate Professor of Marketing Nailya Ordabayeva has received the Journal of Consumer Research Outstanding Reviewer Award for 2018-19. As well, a study Ordabayeva co-authored, “The Impostor Syndrome from Luxury Consumption,” won the Best Paper Award at the European Association for Consumer Research Conference, the Best Paper Award at the Monaco Symposium on Luxury, Honorable Mention in the Franco Nicosia Best Competitive Paper competition at the Association for Consumer Research Conference, and the 3rd Place Award in the Best Paper competition at the LVHM-SMU Luxury Research Conference. Co-author Dafna Goor won the Marketing Science Institute’s Alden G. Clayton Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Competition for her dissertation based on the study.

Assistant Professor of Information Systems Mike Teodorescu has been appointed a visiting scholar at MIT, where he wields his expertise in machine learning.