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ONE-SIM Outreach Award - Call for Applications

  • 1.  ONE-SIM Outreach Award - Call for Applications

    Posted 03-13-2022 15:13
    Call for applications:
    ONE-SIM Outreach Award
    *Apologies for cross-posting*

    The ONE-SIM Outreach Award honours researchers who have published a paper on ONE and SIM issues and have effectively communicated the insights of their paper to broader, non-academic audiences. Last year, Michel Anteby and Curtis K. Chan won the award, and they share tips on outreach activities in a new video, see www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zv_6Rne_6A&t=4s

    To apply for this year's award, outreach activities must be based on a paper published (or accepted for publication) in a peer reviewed journal between 2017 and 2021. The paper must focus on issues related to the ONE or SIM divisions, but the applicants do not need to be a member of these divisions.

    The winner(s) will receive $500 in prize money and a plaque at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management. Their research insights and outreach strategy will be featured by the Network for Business Sustainability and a video we will produce. The application deadline for the 2022 award is April 30, 2022. Applicants need to submit their paper and a 500-word summary of outreach activities via www.outreach-award.org/apply.

    The jury consists of three scholars who have successfully communicated research to broader audiences:

    • Jerry Davis (Ross School of Business)
    • Magali Delmas (UCLA)
    • Ioannis Ioannou (London Business School)

    The jury is supported by a pre-selection committee featuring Grace Augustine (Bayes Business School), Ali Aslan Gümüsay (Humboldt Institute for Internet & Society), and Garima Sharma (Georgia State University). The Network for Business Sustainability and the Rotterdam School of Management provide communication support and funding for the award. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the award coordinators Maggie Cascadden (cascadde@ualberta.ca) and Emilio Marti (marti@rsm.nl).

    Maggie Cascadden
    University of Alberta