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Outreach and engagement have special meaning when considered in terms of faculty scholarship. To stay current and advance the knowledge base for practice, faculty must contribute to their disciplines in a variety of different ways ranging from conducting leading edge research to accepting leadership responsibilities. As noted here, Fisher faculty have demonstrated an unusual ability to advance scholarship while also focusing on enhancing the college’s academic programs.
Selected Faculty Honors/Highlights
Sharon Alvarez was elected vice president of the U.S. Association of Small Business Enterprise.
Deborah Ballam received the YWCA Women of Achievement Award.
Leslie Fine received the university’s Distinguished Diversity Enhancement Award.
Jerald Greenberg received the 2002 William A. Owens Award for the Best Published Article in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, and the 2002 Best Paper Award from the Organizational Behavior Division of the Academy of Management.
Curtis Haugtvedt was named president of the Society for Consumer Psychology.
Robert Leone received the University’s Alfred Wright Outstanding Faculty Advisor Award.
Roy Lewicki began his first year as editor of the new Academy of Management Learning and Education journal, based at Fisher College.
Raymond Noe received the American Society for Training and Development Research Award.
René Stulz was elected vice president of the American Finance Association and the Western Finance Association.
Lawrence Tomassini’s textbook and CD package, Intermediate Accounting, won the 2001 Outstanding Book of the Year Award for McGraw-Hill/Irwin.
Ingrid Werner was selected as a Visiting Academic Fellow, Nasdaq Economic Research in Washington, DC.