Faculty Members Win National Awards
Friday, October 8, 2021
We often say that Carlson School faculty members are leaders in their fields. It’s not just talk. Organizations and associations around the country recognized several faculty members this year with top honors.
2021 Responsible Research in Management Award Assistant
Professor Elizabeth Campbell, Work and Organizations
Selected for research that studied the role of religion in the gender wage gap. This award pays “tribute to high-quality scientific research that addresses critical issues in business and society.”
40 Under 40 MBA Professors Associate
Professor Soumya Sen, Information and Decision Sciences
Sen “represents the epitome of what we seek out in this recognition,” business-school news website Poets&Quants writes. Nearly a dozen nominations highlighted Sen’s impact as a teacher, researcher, mentor, and colleague.
Society for Consumer Psychology (SCP) Fellow
Professor Deborah Roedder John, Marketing
John, an expert in consumer behavior, received the highest honor given by SCP for her “outstanding and unusual contributions” to the field.
Academy of Management (AOM) Fellow
Professor Connie Wanberg, Work and Organizations
Selected for her “significant contributions to the science and practice of management.” Wanberg is the third Carlson School faculty member to earn this prestigious honor.
AOM Dedication to Entrepreneurship Award
Professor Shaker Zahra, Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship
Zahra is honored for his “long-term and exceptional activities that have significantly advanced the development and/or visibility of the entrepreneurship field.”
This article appeared in the Fall 2021 alumni magazine
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