Accomplishments

2014

Ashish Arora. Senior Visiting Fellow, KU Leuven, Belgium

Ashish Arora. Appointed: Department Editor, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Management Science

Ashish Arora. Appointed: Member, Advanced Grant Panel, European Research Council

David Ridley and co-authors received the Paul Geroski Award for one of the two best papers in the International Journal of Industrial Organization in 2013.

Sharon Belenzon. Teaching award in the Cross Continent program.

Rich Burton. Associate Editor, Strategic Management Journal, 2014

2013

Aaron Chatterji. Published New York Times Op-Ed

David Ridley was appointed Faculty Director of the Health Sector Management program.

Elena Kulchina. Winner of the NFIB Doctoral Dissertation Award in Entrepreneurship, Academy of Management Entrepreneurship Division

Elena Kulchina. Finalist for the Buckley and Casson Dissertation Award, Academy of International Business

2012

Aaron Chatterji. Became of Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Aaron Chatterji. Published Wall Street Journal Report Cover Story.

David Ridley. Appointed Associate Director of the Health Sector Management program.

Rich Burton. Associate Editor for the Journal of Organizational Design, 2012.

2011

Marco Huesch. Awarded an Alan Williams Health Economics Fellowship by the University of York.

Rich Burton.Appointed to the “Publications Committee” of INFORMS, publisher of Management Science, Organization Science, Operations Research, and multiple other core journals.

Sharon Belenzon. MMCi Excellence in Teaching Award for the best teacher in core business classes.

Olga Hawn. Selected for Medici Summer School 2011 “Beyond performance: Sustainability in question”; selected for the PhD Conference of 9th Annual Colloquium of EABIS; selected for 2011 Reputation Institute Doctoral Consortium; selected for the 2011 Center for Leadership and Social Responsibility conference.

Will Mitchell. “Prix Académique Syntec du Conseil en Management” in France for the Best Paper in the “Strategy and Finance” category, April 2011 (Selection capability: How capability gaps and internal social frictions affect internal and external strategic renewal, Organization Science, 2009, with Laurence Capron).

Aaron Chatterji and Mike Lenox. Listed as two of “The World’s Best 40 B-School Profs Under the Age of 40” by “Poets and Quants” magazine (along with Ashleigh Rosette of Duke’s Management area).

Aaron Chatterji. Named Editorial Board Member at Strategic Management Journal

2010

Aaron Chatterji. “Rising Star” award from the Aspen Institute 2010 Faculty Pioneer Awards.

Wes Cohen and Ashish Arora: Continuing support by the NSF and Kauffman Foundation for a multi-year research project on the “Division of Innovative Labor” (with John Walsh).

Wes Cohen: Served as member of National Academy of Sciences’ Committee on the Management of University Intellectual Property, June, 2008 – 2010, whose report will be published in September, 2010; member of European Commission’s “High-Level Expert Group” for “Conference on Corporate R&D 2010,” 2009 – 2010; member of Steering Committee, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s (OECD) Knowledge Networks and Markets project initiative, 2009 – 2010.

Paul Bloom. Received the 2010-2011 Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Marketing Association’s Marketing and Society Special Interest Group.

Ashish Arora. Appointed co- editor of Research Policy.

Will Mitchell. Academy of Management Distinguished Educator Award (all academy award)

Greg Dees. Selected as Chair of the World Economic Forum’s “Global Agenda Council on Social Innovation”.

Olga Hawn. Selected for the 2010 SMS doctoral consortium; selected for the 2010 Next Generation ESG Workshop at Bentley University; Selected for the 2010 Academy of Management IMD doctoral consortium

Elena Vidal. Selected for the 2010 Academy of Management BPS doctoral consortium

Nel Dutt. Selected for the 2010 Academy of Management OMT doctoral consortium

Aaron Chatterji. Named as Senior Economist at the Council of Economic Advisers in Washington, DC (2010-2011), focusing on entrepreneurship, small business, and innovation policy.

Marco Huesch. Marco received an appointment as Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management at UNC-Chapel Hill’s Gillings School of Global Public Health.

Arie Lewin. Arie was named the inaugural Fellow of the College of Organization Science of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS). This honor recognizes Arie on his ground breaking research in multiple areas, including behavioral accounting, DEA analysis and frontier analysis, organizational design, and new global organizational forms (global sourcing and the disassembly and reassembly of organizations) based on the Offshoring Research Network (ORN) project. Moreover, Arie has contributed to organization science in numerous important instutional ways, including as the founding Management Science Departmental Editor for Organization Analysis Performance and  Design, Founding Editor of Organization Science, Editor of the Journal of International Business Studies, and Program Director NSF for Decision Risk and Management Science.

2009

Greg Dees. Selected as Chair of the World Economic Forum’s “Global Agenda Council on Social Entrepreneurship”.

Nel Dutt. Selected for the 2009 SMS doctoral consortium.

Olga Hawn. Selected for the 2009 Academy of Management SIM doctoral consortium.

Arie Lewin. Selected as Editor-in-Chief for Foundations and Trends in International Business, a new review journal in international business.

Duke Strategy PhD graduates Abhirup Chakrabarti and Hyoung-Goo Kang. Two of five finalists for the “Best Paper” award at the 2009 Strategic Management Society (SMS) meetings were written and presented by Duke Strategy PhD graduates: Abhiirup Chakrabarti (now at McGill; sole authored) and Hyoung-Goo Kang (now at Euhwa University; co-authored with Rich Burton and Will Mitchell).

Marco Huesch. Faculty courtesy appointment to the Duke University School of Medicine.

Aaron Chatterji. Wiley-Blackwell highlights managerial importance of “Spawned with a silver spoon” research, published in Strategic Management Journal.

Arie Lewin. Elected as a Fellow of the Academy of International Business.

Marco Huesch. Worked with the Piedmont HIV Health Care Consortium to successfully obtain grant as part of the Southern REACH Initiative of the National AIDS Fund.

Duke Strategy area: Duke Strategy and International Business coursework graded as A and A+ by Executive MBA students in Business Week report on “The Best B-Schools”, with Will Mitchell(Duke Strategy) and Rick Staelin (Strategy Faculty Research Associate) listed as two of three prominent faculty members at Fuqua.

Will Mitchell. Irwin Outstanding Educator Award from the Business Policy and Strategy Division of the Academy of Management (primarily based on contributions to PhD education and junior faculty development)

Aaron Chatterji. Awarded an inaugural Kauffman Junior Faculty Fellowship in Entrepreneurship Research (KJFF).

2008

Will Mitchell. Appointed to steering committee for new Karachi Business School

Arie Lewin: First recipient of the Joanne Martin Trailblazer Award from the Organization Theory and Management Division of The Academy of Management. The award will be offered every two years for scholars who have excelled in “starting new conversations and providing new directions for researchers in organization and management theory”. Arie was recognized for his leadership in the founding of Organization Science and of the Organization Science Winter Conference.

Greg Dees: Appointed to the World Economic Forum’s “Global Agenda Council on Social Entrepreneurship”.

Greg Dees: Guest Editor of a special issue of Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice on social entrepreneurship.

Greg Dees: Appointed to the Editorial Advisory Board of the Social Enterprise Journal.

Wes Cohen: Named to the National Academy of Science “Committee for the Management of University Intellectual Property”.

Ashish Arora and Wes Cohen: Included as members of the “World Economic Forum Innovation 100”.

Bennet Zelner: Received the Haynes Prize for Most Promising Scholar Under 40 at the 2008 meetings of the Academy of International Business (AIB).

Will Mitchell: Appointed to Scientific Advisory Board of the Tilburg University Center for Innovation Research.

Bennet Zelner. Nominated for “Best paper” and “Best paper by scholar under 40” at 2008 meetings of the Academy of International Business (AIB).

Wes Cohen. Duke-Goethe Teaching Excellence Award winner.

Michael Lenox. Finalist for the Daimler-Chrysler MBA core Teaching Excellence Award.

2007

Rich Burton . Named to the editorial board of the Strategic Management Journal.

Greg Dees. Received the “Lifetime Achievement Award in Social Entrepreneurship” from the Aspen Institute and Ashoka, as part of their Faculty Pioneer Awards.

Jeff Reuer (Visiting Professor). Weekend Executive core course Teaching Excellence Award winner.

David Ridley. Weekend Executive elective Teaching Excellence Award winner.

Ronnie Chatterji. Cross Continent Teaching Excellence Award winner.

Will Mitchell. Named co-editor of the Strategic Management Journal.

Will Mitchell. Elected as a Fellow of the Strategic Management Society.

Mike Lenox. Finalist for the Daimler-Chrysler MBA core Teaching Excellence Award.

Mike Lenox. Named to the editorial board of the Strategic Management Journal.

2006

R. Chatterji. Hayase Award, Awarded to the BerkeleyPh.D. student who has made significant contributions to the doctoral program.

B. Zelner. Bronze Medal, International Finance Corporation/ Financial Times Private Sector Development Research Competition.

B. Zelner. Finalist, Doug Nigh Award, Academy of Management.

B. Zelner. Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management.

M. Lenox. Selected a Best Paper, ONE Division, Academy of Management

2005

W. Mitchell. Bank of America Faculty Award, Fuqua School of Business

R. Chatterji. Roundtable on Engineering Entrepreneurship Research (REER) Best Student Paper Award

R. Chatterji. The Center for Sustainable Enterprise (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill) Grant Recipient

R. Chatterji. Ewing Marion Kauffman Dissertation Fellow

M. Lenox. Finalist for World Resources Institute/Aspen Institute Faculty Pioneer Award

M. Lenox. Selected a Best Paper, ONE Division, Academy of Management

C. Williams. Kauffman Grant (co-PI with Rajshree Agarwal) for project combining industry and firm perspectives on the emergence of the U.S. cellular industry.

C. Williams.. SDBC grant (with Rajshree Agarwal) for project comparing industry evolution in telecom and biotechnology industries.

B. Zelner. First Runner-Up, Eldridge Haynes Prize for the Most Promising Scholar(s) under Age 40, Academy of International Business.

B. Zelner. Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management.

2004

R. Chatterji. Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Grant with Professor David Mowery

R. Chatterji. Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Fellowship for Summer Intensive Ph.D. Seminar in Entrepreneurship, Case

R. Chatterji. Western Reserve University United Nations Industrial Development Organization Research Fellow

R. Chatterji. Bradley Foundation Fellowship

A. Lewin. Distinguished Speaker, Uppsala Lectures in Business (October 4–7, 2004), Uppsala University, Uppsala Sweden

W. Mitchell. DaimlerChrysler Corporation Award for Excellence in Elective Teaching in the day MBA program, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University

B. Zelner. Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management.

2003

M. Lenox. McKinsey Best Paper Prize Honorable Mention (1 of 4) (Strategic Management Society)

M. Lenox. Selected a Best Paper, TIM Division, Academy of Management

A. Lewin. Academy of Management, Distinguished Service Award

C. Williams. Illinois CIBER Faculty Grant for project on coordination and evolution in the global cellular industry

2002

C. Williams. University of Illinois Incomplete List of Excellent Teachers

2001

R. Chatterji. Institute for Management, Innovation, and Organization Fellowship

M. Lenox. Selected a Best Paper, ONE Division, Academy of Management

W. Mitchell. Award for Teaching Excellence in the Ph.D. program, UMBS

W. Mitchell.. Stan Hardy Award for the best Operations Management paper published in the year, awarded by the Midwest Decision Sciences Institute (DSI) (with Ashok Mukherjee and Brian Talbot).

C. Williams.  Finalist, INFORMS College of Organization Science Dissertation Proposal Competition

2000

D. Ridley. Deans’ Award for Excellence in Teaching

M. Lenox. Free Press Best Dissertation Award Finalist (1 of 4) (BPS Division, Academy of Management)

M. Lenox.. ONE Best Dissertation Award Finalist (1 of 3) (ONE Division, Academy of Management

W. Mitchell. Cycle and Carriage Visiting Professorship, Business Policy and Management & Organisation Departments, National University of Singapore

C. Williams. Dykstra Award, for outstanding research and teaching in the UMBS doctoral program

1999

C. Williams. Leabo Award, for academic performance in the UMBS doctoral program

1998

M. Lenox. INFORMS Organization Science Dissertation Proposal Contest Finalist

M. Lenox. Martin Society Graduate Fellowship for Sustainability

W. Mitchell. Glueck Best Paper Award of the Business Policy and Strategy Division of the Academy of Management (with Laurence Capron & Anand Swaminathan)

C. Williams. Ameritech Foundation doctoral fellowship for research on the telecommunications industry

1997

M. Lenox. Stokes Fellowship for the study of business and environment issues

C. Williams. National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (1 of 16 awarded nationally in economics)

B. Zelner. Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award, University of California, Berkeley

B. Zelner. Teaching Effectiveness Award, University of California, Berkeley

B. Zelner. Runner-up, Cheit GSI Teaching Award, Walter A. Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley

1996

M. Lenox. Alfred Keil Fellowship for the wiser uses of science & technology

W. Mitchell. Glueck Best Paper Award of the Business Policy and Strategy Division of the Academy of Management annual meetings (with Kulwant Singh).

W. Mitchell. Best International Paper award, Academy of Management annual meetings (with Xavier Martin and Anand Swaminathan)

1995

M. Lenox. Hugh Hampton Young Fellowship for future leadership in a multi-disciplinary field

W. Mitchell. Eugene B. Power Junior Faculty Award, University of Michigan Business School.