The winner of the NFIB Award will be required to provide two print copies of the dissertation. IMPORTANT NOTE Authors can submit their work for consideration for only one of the Division's dissertation awards. Thus, those who submit for the NFIB Doctoral Dissertation Award cannot simultaneously nominate their work for the Heizer Award, and vice.
The Dissertation Awards program was created in 1970 to recognize new scholars who have recently completed their dissertation. The first awards were given in 1971. The Miller Award is presented to most outstanding dissertations completed in the field. Up to three awards may be given in any year. Year Award Winner; 2019: Jordan, Allen, “Distant Yet Existent: Networked-Dependence Theory and the.
The EAERE Award for Best Doctoral Dissertations in Environmental and Resource Economics is given to encourage and recognize outstanding and innovative academic achievement in the field of Environmental and Resource Economics. Three dissertations will be awarded every year after peer review of all submissions. A thematic session with the new winner is organized by the EAERE Council during the.
Year Name; 2020: Kailash Bafna: 2019: Kim LaScola Needy: 2018: G. Don Taylor: 2017: Ronald Askin: 2016: Richard Cassady: 2015: Rajan Batta: 2014: Lawrence Seiford.
Past Winners of the Fredric M. Jablin Doctoral Dissertation Award. 2019. Catherine M. Faherty, Northwestern University. Bound by Blood in the Family Firm? Examining the Effects of Trusting and Feeling Trusted in the Family Firm Top Management Team. 2018. Nicole Capriel Ferry, City University of Seattle. There's a Leader in You! A Critical Mapping of Leadership Discourse in the American.
The 2017 NFIB Dissertation Award is open to authors who in calendar year 2016 have completed all requirements for their doctoral degree, as supported by documentation from the awarding institution. This includes any public defense; coursework; revisions, etc. that are prerequisites for earning the degree. Exempt from this rule is the completion of any academic ceremony of 'graduation' or.
ETAPS 2007; ETAPS 2006; ETAPS 2005. Doctoral dissertations are evaluated with respect to originality, relevance, and impact to the field, as well as the quality of writing. The award winner will receive a monetary prize and will be recognized at the ETAPS Banquet. Eligibility. Eligible for the award is any PhD student whose doctoral dissertation is in the scope of the ETAPS conferences.
The award was established in 1998 and is presented annually to a researcher whose doctoral dissertation has made an innovative contribution to a specified discipline. The 2011 award considered researchers from the disciplines of information and communication technology, physics, space studies, economics, actuarial studies and econometrics. Nominated researchers included Frank Koppens (2007.