Professor Connie Wanberg is the winner of the 2017 Academy of Management International HRM Scholarly Research Award. The award is presented to the author or authors of the most significant article in international human resource management.
Wanberg was recognized for “Ups and Downs of the Expatriate Experience? Understanding Work Adjustment Trajectories and Career Outcomes,” which was published in the Journal of Applied Psychology. The paper was co-written by Jing Zhu, ’09 PhD and now an associate professor at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; Erica Diehn, ’13 PhD and now an assistant professor at the University of St. Thomas; and David Harrison, a professor at the University of Texas at Austin.
Wanberg holds the Industrial Relations Faculty Excellence Chair at the Carlson School. Her research interests include job search and unemployment, leader development, talent management, and career success.
The International HRM Scholarly Research Award is sponsored by Pennsylvania State University, School of Labor and Employment Relations, Center for International Human Resource Studies.