National awards

Richard Wokutch

Management professor Richard E. Wokutch has been named an IABS Fellow by the International Association of Business and Society. Fellowship recognizes members who have significantly helped develop knowledge or practice in the field of business ethics and corporate social responsibility or have made significant contributions to the association.

Janine Hiller

Business law professor Janine Hiller was given the Kay Duffy Outstanding Service Award by the Academy of Legal Studies in Business at its August conference for extraordinary service to the academy. This award is given only when a member gives extraordinary service to the academy. As ALSB past president, Hiller led a multi-year strategic planning initiative.

Nikolaos Artavanis

A paper co-authored by Nikolaos Artavanis (Ph.D., FIN '13), “Tax Evasion across Industries: Soft Credit Evidence from Greece,” received the Wharton School-WRDS Best Empirical Finance Paper Award at the annual conference of the Western Finance Association in June.


Nancy McGehee

A paper co-authored by hospitality and tourism management professor Nancy McGehee (M.S., SOC '94; Ph.D., SOC '99), “Using Tourism to Build Social Capital in Communities: New Pathways to Sustainable Tourism Futures,” received the Best Paper Award at the BEST Education Network Think Tank in June.

Manisha Singal

A paper co-authored by hospitality and tourism management assistant professor Manisha Singal (Ph.D., MGT '08), “Family Firms and Corporate Social Responsibility: Does Firm's Financial Condition Matter,” received the Best Paper Award at the Family Enterprise Research Conference in May.


Zvi Schwartz

An article co-authored by hospitality and tourism management associate professor Zvi Schwartz, “Hedonic Motivations and the Effectiveness of Risk Perceptions Oriented Revenue Management Policies," received the W. Bradford Wiley Memorial Best Research Paper of the Year award at the 2013 conference of the International Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education in July.

Muzzo Uysal

Hospitality and tourism management professor Muzzo Uysal and doctoral student Mehmet Altin received a best paper award for the article, “Determinants of Length of Stay Using a Truncated Binomial Regression,” at the 2013 conference of the International Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education in July.



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