Ivanova Presented with Major Award
Cowinner of the 2009 Carolyn Dextor Award from the Public and Non-Profit Division of the Academy of Management.
Assistant Professor of Management, Yuliya Ivanova, PhD., joined a distinguished group this summer as the cowinner of the 2009 Carolyn Dextor Award from the Public and Non-Profit Division of the Academy of Management for her paper entitled “The Role of Social Capital and Donor Commitment in a Geographically Isolated Community.” The award was presented to Ivanova and Joan Winn at the annual business meeting at the Academy of Management Conference in Chicago, Illinois on Monday, August 10th. The Carolyn Dexter Award is an all-Academy award given to the single paper that best meets the objective of internationalizing the Academy. The paper is rigorously evaluated by the sponsoring International Theme Committee using the following criteria:
The theme and content of the paper should reflect an awareness of business and management outside domestic boundaries.
Collaboration between scholars from different countries is desirable.
Papers are considered for the Carolyn Dexter Award if they offer new insights, are rich in observation, and employ creative methodologies. Submissions are welcomed of topics or methods that are not in the U.S. mainstream, but are important in other countries’ research traditions and are of excellent quality in accord with the criteria of these traditions.