Award2022


82nd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management

5-9 August, Seattle, Washington, USA
4-10 August, Virtual Platform



2022 GDO Division Conference Awards 

See full announcement: 2022 AOM-GDO Awards

AOM-GDO Division 2022 Scholarly Contributions to Educational Practice Advancing Women in Leadership Award
Sponsored by Simmons University Institute for Inclusive Leadership
Committee Chair: Jenny M. Hoobler, Kerry Seitz, Herminia Ibarra, Clarissa Steele
This award recognizes the scholar who has made significant contributions to educational practice that advances women in leadership. 

 
Sarah Kaplan, University of Toronto



AOM-GDO Division 2022 Sage Award for Scholarly Contributions
Sponsored by Sage Publications
Committee Chair: Aneika Simmons
This award recognizes the scholar who has made outstanding scholarly contributions to the field that have advanced our knowledge of gender and diversity in organizations. 



Corinne Post,
Villanova University






AOM-GDO Division 2022 Faculty Transnational Research Paper Award
Committee Chair: Elena Doldor
This award recognizes the best AOM conference GDO paper that meets the objective of advancing our understanding of transnational gender and diversity issues.




Gouri Mohan, IESEG School of Management
Minna Paunova, Copenhagen Business School
Yih-Teen Lee, IESE Business School
“The Effects of Nationality Diversity on Leadership Perceptions in Multinational Teams”




AOM-GDO Division 2022 Gender, Diversity, and Entrepreneurship Award
Sponsored by Kaufmann Foundation
Committee Chair: Lilian Otaye-Ebede
This award recognizes the author(s) of the best AOM conference GDO paper focusing on innovative research on gender and diversity questions related to entrepreneurship. 

Dr. Luca Pistilli, Assistant Professor, University College Dublin
Dr. Alessia Paccagnini, Assistant Professor, University College Dublin
Prof. Stefano Breschi, Full Professor, Bocconi University
Prof. Franco Malerba, Full Professor, Bocconi University
“Gender Bias in Entrepreneurship: The Role of the Founders’ Entrepreneurial Background”

AOM-GDO Division 2022 Janet Chusmir Distinguished Service Award
Sponsored by Sage Publications
Committee Chair: Eddy Ng
This award recognizes a scholar who has made an outstanding contribution to the Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division and who has personally served as a mentor and role model for others in the field. 

Ellen Ernst Kossek
Purdue University


AOM-GDO Division 2022 Saroj Parasuraman Outstanding Publication Award
Committee Chair: Mukta Kulkarni
Sponsored by Greenleaf Publishing
This award recognizes the author(s) who published the best journal article in the field of gender and diversity in the calendar year preceding the award
 

Traci Sitzmann, University of Colorado Denver
Elizabeth Campbell,
University of Minnesota
“The Hidden Cost of Prayer: Religiosity and the Gender Wage Gap”





AOM-GDO Division 2022 Best Conference Paper based on a Dissertation Award
Committee Chair: Eden King
This award recognizes the author of the best AOM conference GDO paper based on a dissertation completed between January 1 and December 31 of the previous year. 


Vienne W. Lau
Gettysburg College
“What’s in It for Me(n)? The Impact of Self-Interest on Men’s Support for Gender Initiatives”





AOM-GDO Division 2022 Best Student Conference Paper Award
Committee Chair: Brent Lyons
This award recognizes the author(s) of the best AOM conference student paper on gender and diversity in organizations. 

Elinor Flynn
New York University
“Constraints, Competencies, or Choices? Lay Theories of the Gender Gap and Diversity Attitudes”


AOM-GDO Division 2022 Dorothy Harlow Best Conference Paper Award
Committee Chair: Kristen Jones
This award recognizes the author(s) of the best paper submitted to the GDO Division for
the Academy of Management Annual Meeting. 

Rupa Banerjee, Toronto Metropolitan University
Tingting Zhang,  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Aliya Amarshi,Toronto Metropolitan University
“Does Diversity and Inclusion include Immigrants? Employer and Skilled Newcomer Experiences and Perspectives from the Canadian Context”