Management Sciences prof wins ‘Outstanding Early Career Scholar’ award

Featured on the homepage of Fisher College of Business this week is Aravind Chandrasekaran, assistant professor of management sciences, who recently took home a first-ever honor at the Decision Sciences Institute’s annual meeting.


Chandrasekaran was honored with the inaugural Carol J. Latta Memorial DSI Emerging Leadership Award for Outstanding Early Career Scholar, which will be given each year to a scholar who received his or her last degree within the last five yeras and shows excellence in published research, teaching, and service.

We’ve written about Prof. Chandrasekaran’s research twice: Once in 2012 on research he co-authored about the link between the quality of hospital care and patient satisfaction, and earlier this year, when that same research won the annual Best Paper Prize from the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences.

You can read more about Chandrasekaran’s latest honor in Fisher News.

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