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Update: 2018-04

January 29, 2018

Special Mention

Congratulations to Diane-Laure Arjaliès who has been appointed a Research Fellow for the current academic year at the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. This honorary position encourages the development of a strong research relationship between Diane-Laure and the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance. This title is granted and regularly reviewed by the Faculty Board of Cambridge Judge Business School with the expectation that it will continue over several years. This is a great accomplishment and we wish Diane-Laure much success with this partnership!

Awards

Fathallah, R., Branzei, O., Schaan, J L., 2017, Best Paper Award, No Place like Home? How EMNCs in Distressed Contexts Arbitrage Resources, Values and Opportunities Abroad, 2017 Administrative Sciences Association of Canada International Business Division.

Flammer, C., Hong, B., Minor, D. 2017, Fiegenbaum Best Paper Award, Corporate Governance and the Rise of Integrating Corporate Social Responsibility Criteria in Executive Compensation, Israel Strategy Conference.

Flammer, C., Minor, D., Hong, B., 2017, Moskowitz Prize Winner, Corporate Governance and the Rise of Integrating Corporate Social Responsibility Criteria in Executive Compensation: Effectiveness and Implications for Firm Outcomes, Berkeley Haas and US SIF.

Schmidt, P., 2017, Engineering Award of Recognition, Western University.

Seijts, J., 2017, USC Teaching Honour Roll, 2016/2017, University Students' Council, Western University.

Shi, Y.N., 2017, David G. Burgoyne Teaching Award, Ivey Business School HBA1.

Su, N., 2017, Outstanding Associate Editor Award, International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).

Wang, X., 2017, David G. Burgoyne Teaching Award, Ivey Business School HBA2.

Funding Opportunities

NSERC CREATE Information Webinar

NSERC’s Collaborative Research and Training Experience (CREATE) program awards grants of up to $1.65M over 6 years for the development of innovative training programs designed to enhance collaboration and facilitate the transition of trainees to productive employees in the Canadian workforce.

In preparation for the next CREATE competition, NSERC will hold an information session via webinar to provide an overview of the CREATE program and application process. Details:

Date: February 5, 2018
Time: 11-3pm (ET)
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