Call for Nominations

Scholarly Achievement Award Thomas A. Mahoney Mentoring Award
Innovative Teaching Award Best Student Convention Paper Award
Early Career Achievement Award Herbert Heneman Jr. Career Achievement Award
Ralph Alexander Best Dissertation Award HR Division Dissertation Proposal Awards
International HRM Scholarly Research Award Distinguished Human Resource Executive Award
Best Convention Paper Award Employee Participation and Financial Ownership Scholarly Research Award
Dave Ulrich Impact Award  

The closing date for most awards is February 1, 2024.

Each year the Human Resource Division of the Academy of Management formally recognizes excellence through the bestowal of awards for career achievement, scholarly achievement, international human resource management scholarly achievement, teaching innovation, best dissertation, best convention paper, best student convention paper, and distinguished human resource executive. We encourage anyone who has a nominee in mind to take the time to forward the relevant materials through this website.

In support of the HR Division’s goal of increasing member involvement and its international reach, we strongly encourage nominations from as diverse a population as possible.

One of the most important functions of our annual conference is the recognition of superior achievement in HR (see below for the HR Domain Statement). The process of recognition begins now with your nominations. Nominations for all awards must be received by the chair of the relevant subcommittee before the deadline. Click on the links above for the criteria and procedures for each of the awards.

HR Division Domain Statement

The Human Resources Division is dedicated to understanding, identifying, and improving the effectiveness of HR practices to facilitate organizational competitiveness nationally or internationally, encourage individual growth and development, and enhance individual performance, work-related attitudes, and well-being. The Division emphasizes the study of human capital and HR management practices at the individual, group, organizational, societal, and cross-cultural levels of analysis and their impact on outcomes critical to the organization, its employees and their representatives, and all its stakeholders (whether future, present, or past). Major topics include a broad spectrum of issues pertaining to the recruitment, selection, allocation, development, utilization, evaluation, compensation, and retention of people as resources in work organizations and the employment relationship.