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Awards and honors

December 2015

Awards and honors

 

 

Associate Professor of Accounting Mary Ellen Carter was appointed associate editor at the European Accounting Review for a three-year term starting on December 1.

 

Assistant Professor of Operations Management Tingliang Huang has been invited to be the guest editor for a forthcoming special issue on “Consumer Behavior in Operations Management” for the journal Surveys in Operations Research and Management Science, following on from the renowned Handbooks in Operations Research and Management Science series.

 

Gerald C. Kane, associate professor of information systems and McKiernan Family Faculty Fellow, and Deloitte University Press won a 2015 MarComm “Gold” Award for their podcast “Strategy, not technology, drives digital transformation: Becoming a digitally mature enterprise.”  

 

Assistant Professor of Information Systems Marios Kokkodis was runner-up for the Information Systems Society Nunamaker-Chen Dissertation Award for his dissertation “Online Labor Markets: Reputation Transferability, Career Development Paths and Hiring Decisions.”

 

Amy LaCombe, Portico faculty and winner of the 2014 and 2011 Carroll School Teaching Award in Undergraduate Teaching, was promoted to professor of the practice.

 

Next Avenue named Alicia H. Munnell, Peter F. Drucker Professor of Management Sciences and director of the Center for Retirement Research, and Lauren Stiller Rikleen, executive-in-residence at the Center for Work and Family, as “2015 Influencers in Aging.”

 

Billy Soo, associate professor of accounting and chairperson of the accounting department, received the Outstanding Service Award from the Boston Security Analysts Society at their 2015 BSAS Recognition Reception & CFA Charter Ceremony, held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Boston on November 10.

Professor of Accounting Billy Soo receives the Outstanding Service Award from the Boston Security Analysts Society
Associate Professor of Accounting Billy Soo receives the Outstanding Service Award from Daniel Fasciano, past chair and current member of the Board of Directors of the Boston Security Analysts Society

Next month, Professor of Marketing Arch G. Woodside will step down as editor-in-chief of the Journal of Business Research, where he has served for 40 years. In 2016, he will become editor-in-chief of the Journal of Global Scholars in Marketing Science (JGSMS)—the top marketing journal in Asia.