Distinguished Educator Award
Distinguished Educator Award recipient,
The Distinguished Educator Award recipient is chosen by the Career Achievement Awards Committee: Richard T. Mowday (Chair) Kathy Eisenhardt, Janet Fulk, Tim Hall, Herminia Ibarra, and Greg Oldham. The committee reviews nominations accompanied by letters of support that specify the nominee’s accomplishments.
The Distinguished Educator Award recognizes significant contributions over the course of a career in one or more of the following areas: developing doctoral students, teaching effectiveness in the classroom and other forums, and fostering pedagogical innovations such as new and effective teaching methods and designs.
A brief excerpt from the award recipient’s nomination letters recognizes:
• His contributions to developing four generations of doctoral students
• His important MBA texts in the areas of decision making and negotiations
• The development of teaching materials in the area of negotiation
• His excellence as a teacher at multiple levels of the curriculum
Award Chair Rick Mowday pointed out, “evidence of the recipient’s contributions to developing the next generation of professors comes from the fact that one of his doctoral students actually won this award before he did”.
The 2008 Distinguished Educator Award recipient is Max Bazerman.