Careers Division Awards

 

The Everett Cherrington Hughes Award 2013

Professor John Van Maanen

 

john van maanen 2Professor John Van Maanen from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology was awarded the Careers Division’s highest honor, the Everett Cherrington Hughes Award for Careers Scholarship at the AOM Meeting in Orlando, Florida.

Professor Maury Peiperl (IMD) introduced Professor Van Maanen providing testimonies from reknown scholars in the field of careers and related disciplines. Professor Peiperl's introduction recognized Professor Van Maanen's outstanding contribution to our understanding of careers and his role in connecting the field to other disciplines.

Professor Van Maanen will be presenting his Hughes Award speech at the AOM Meeting in Philadelphia in 2014. This speech will be a highlight of the Careers Division Program, further details to be announced.

The Hughes award recognizes scholarship which has made a significant contribution to the task of linking careers theory with the broader field of organization studies. It is the Careers Division’s premier award, a way of honoring those who have worked to build bridges between careers and other areas of organizational enquiry.

The aim of this award is to acknowledge the work of scholars who have forged, rather than severed, connections between careers and other fields of social inquiry. The award carries, with the permission of his family, the name of Everett Cherrington Hughes. It does so to commemorate his seminal role in establishing careers as an object of scholarly study, but more particularly because it rewards the kind of contribution his work embodied. Past recipients of the award are: Edgar Schein, Tim Hall, Lotte Bailyn, Michael Arthur, Jeffrey Greenhaus, Barbara Lawrence, and Kathy Kram.  

   


Careers Division Best Paper and Symposium Awards,

AOM Meeting, Orlando, 2013

The Best Paper Award

This award was sponsored by Career Development International, Emerald Journals) and was presented to Belle Rose Ragins, Karen S. Lyness, Kyle Erhardt, Dianne Deborah Murphy &and John F. Capman for their paper entitled: 'Anchoring Relationships at Work: Mentors as Buffers to Ambient Racial Discrimination'. The Review Committee for this award was Melissa Marinelli, Barbara Ribbens, Jennifer Tosti-Kharas and Rick Cotton.

The Best International Paper Award

This award was sponsored by the University of New South Wales and was presented to George Benson, Cheryl K. McIntosh, Maritza Salazar and Hoda Vaziri for their paper entitled 'Defining Careers Success: A Cross Cultural Comparison'. The Review Committee for this Award was Nikos Bozionelos, Jessie Koen, Sowon Kim and Sherry Sullivan.  

Best Symposium Award (from 2012 Meeting):

The Best Symposium was selected based on the rating provided by attendees to the various symposia presented at last year's meeting. For 2012 the Best Symposium Award for 2012 was chaired by Lisa Dragoni and was entitled 'Some Events Just Matter More than Others: Advances in the Study of Individuals in Transitions'. Participants in this symposium were Erica Diehen, Lisa Dragoni, Sheila Forte-Trammell, David A. Harrison, Jessie Koen, Dong Liu, Terence R.Mitchen, Frederick P. Morgen, Haeseen Park, Alan M.Saks, Connie Wanberg and Jing Zhu. Susan Taylor was Discussant.

The Arnon Reichers Best Student Paper Award

This award was sponsored by the Reed Center for Careers and Diversity and was presented to Jeffrey Yip for his paper entitled 'How Implicit Assumptions about Followers Shape the Mentoring Behaviors of Top Executives'. The Review Committee for this award was Christine Bataille, Gayle Baugh, Nicky Dries and Angus Duff.

The Best Applied Paper Award

This award was sponsored by the Reed Centre for Careers and Diversity and was presented to Marijke Verbruggen, Hetty Van Emmerik, Anita Van Gils, Andries de Grip and Christoph Meng for their paper entitled 'Does Early Career Underemployment Impact Future Career Success? A Career Path Dependency Perspective'. Members of the Review Committee for this award were Sara De Hauw, Andreas Hirshi, Kyle Ehrhardt and Yehuda Baruch.

Best Reviewer Awards - 2013

Program Chair Kimberly-Ann Eddleston presented the Best Reviewer Awards for the Division at the Business Meeting to the following members:

Maximilian Bernhard Walter Buyken,

Kyle Ehrhardt,

Claudia Holtschlag,

Anya Johnson

Madeline Crocitto

Gayle Baugh

D’Lisa McKee

Daniela Truty

Yehuda Baruch

Sara De Hauw

Evgenia Lysova

Julia Richardson

Belgin Okay-Somerville

Peter Heslin

Opal Leung

Stephanie Maynard-Patrick

Sean White.

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