The Ethics Education Committee of the Academy of Management is recognizing exemplars of ethical conduct via three awards focused on graduate student development. The 2019 awards will be announced, and presented in person, at the annual conference in Boston, during the Graduate Student Ethics Forum, which is sponsored by Thompson Rivers University School of Business and Economics.
To nominate an individual or case for an exemplar award, follow the guidelines below and email your nomination to the Ethics Education Committee at AOMEthicsEducation@gmail.com by June 10, 2019.
Preparing a nomination package:
Submitting a nomination package:
Nominations are accepted until June 10, 2019, and should include:
Business Ethics Quarterly "Exemplar of Ethical Graduate Student Practice" Award
Nominated by graduate student supervisor(s), this award recognizes graduate student scholarship development that exemplifies the AOM Code of Ethics in practice.
Journal of Business Ethics "Exemplar of Ethical Graduate Student Supervision" Award
Nominated by graduate students, this award recognizes graduate student supervision and mentoring that exemplifies the AOM Code of Ethics.
Sage Publishing "Exemplar of Ethics in Business Case Writing" Award, by a Graduate Student
This award recognizes graduate student scholarship in case writing that exemplifies the AOM Code of Ethics.
To nominate/apply for an award please provide all required materials in one pdf file and email to the Ethics Education Committee at AOMEthicsEducation@gmail.com by June 10, 2019.
The AOM Ethics Education Committee (EEC) is recruiting new members, to address our increasing activities over the year, and especially during the annual conference. Members of AOM who have an interest in ethics education and scholarship are encouraged to email the EEC Co-Chairs, Deborah Mullen and Mark Meaney at AOMEthicsEducation@gmail.com for consideration.