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2010 Research and Teaching Awards

November 23, 2010

The School presented its 2010 research and teaching awards at a ceremony attended by faculty and management members and their guests on November 17, saluting the excellence of HEC Montréal faculty in these fields.

The award ceremony was preceded by the traditional tribute to the contribution by professors who retired in the past year, and acknowledgement of their new status as honorary professors. The new honorary professors are: Hervé Goyette, of the Department of Information Technologies, Alain Rondeau, of the Department of Management, and Louise St-Cyr, of the Department of Finance.

 

(From left to right) Honorary professor Alain Rondeau and Michel Patry, HEC Montréal Director

  

Honorary Professor Louise St-Cyr and Michel Patry

 

Grand Prize winners

Teaching awards

Research awards

Teaching materials awards

Case writing awards

 


Jean-Guertin Award

This year’s Jean Guertin Award (Grand Prize for Teaching Excellence) crowns the teaching career of Professor Jacques Raynauld, a great innovator in the classroom (see news item).

 

Pierre Laurin Award

This award recognizes research conducted over the past three years by a full professor or researcher or a guest professor at that level.

The winners 2010 (ex æquo) are Pierre Hansen and Gilbert Laporte, both full professors with the Department of Management Sciences.

 

 

(From left to right) Michel Patry, Gilbert Laporte, Pierre Hansen and Denis Larocque, Director of the Department of Management Sciences

 

Esdras Minville Award

This award salutes the remarkable contribution made by a professor to HEC Montréal’s renown, through his or her activities and achievements in the academic, professional and public spheres over the past three years.

The winner in 2010 is Pierre-Olivier Pineau, Associate Professor with the Department of Management Sciences.

 

Michel Patry, Pierre-Olivier Pineau and Denis Larocque

 

Award for teaching excellence for an associate professor, full professor or guest professor with career potential

The recipient constantly strives to improve his or her teaching performance, to create an environment conducive to students' intellectual development and to instil in them the desire to excel and work hard. The award winner is recognized by his or her peers and students as an exceptional teacher.

The winner in 2010 is Anne Mesny, Associate Professor with the Department of Management.

 

Michel Patry, Anne Mesny and Christiane Demers, Director of the Department of Management

 

Award for teaching excellence for an assistant professor

The recipient constantly strives to improve his or her teaching performance, to create an environment conducive to students' intellectual development and to instil in them the desire to excel and work hard. The award winner is recognized by his or her peers and students as an exceptional teacher.

The winner in 2010 is Ari Van Assche, with the Department of International Business, who was promoted to Associate Professor on June 1st, 2010.

 

Michel Patry, Ari Van Assche and Bernard Sinclair-Desgagné, Director of the Department of International Business

 

Award for teaching excellence for a lecturer, faculty lecturer or full-time lecturer

The recipient constantly strives to improve his or her teaching performance, to create an environment conducive to students' intellectual development and to instil in them the desire to excel and work hard. The award winner is recognized by his or her peers and students as an exceptional teacher.

The winner in 2010 is Claude Ananou, Full-time Lecturer with the Department of Management.

 

Michel Patry, Claude Ananou and Christiane Demers

 

Chenelière Éducation/Gaëtan Morin Award

This award recognizes research conducted over the past three years by an associate professor or researcher or a guest professor at that level.

The winner in 2010 is Hafedh Bouakez (on sabbatical), Associate Professor at the Institute of Applied Economics.

 

Sylvain Ménard, senior conceptual editor with Chenelière Éducation, Daniel Racette (representing the recipient), Director of the Institute of Applied Economics, and Michel Patry

 

Young Researcher Award

This award recognizes research conducted over the past three years by an assistant professor or replacement or an assistant researcher.

The winner in 2010 is Alexandre B. Bitektine, Assistant Professor with the Department of Management.

 

 Michel Patry, Alexandre Bitektine and Christiane Demers

 

Roger Charbonneau Award

This award recognizes the quality of a textbook in a language other than French or a book not intended specifically for use as a textbook, written by one or more professors, researchers or full-time faculty lecturers, and published during the year.

The winner in 2010 is Cyrille Sardais, Assistant Professor with the Department of Management, for Patron de Renault: Pierre Lefaucheux (1944-1955).

 

 Michel Patry, Cyrille Sardais and Christiane Demers

 

Teaching Innovation Award

This award recognizes the best teaching innovation designed and implemented during the year by one or more professors, researchers or full-time or faculty lecturers.

The winner in 2010 is Céline Bareil, Associate Professor with the Department of Management, for "Provigo Famille Denis: les changements organisationnels survenus en 20 ans".

 

Michel Patry, Céline Bareil and Christiane Demers

 

Alma Lepage Award

This award recognizes the authors of the best business case featuring one or more women managers.

The co-winners in 2010 are Jacqueline Cardinal, Research Associate with the Pierre Péladeau Chair of Leadership, and Laurent Lapierre, Full Professor with the Department of Management, for a case entitled "Katharine Graham et le Washington Post".

 

Michel Patry and Jacqueline Cardinal

 

Award for the best business case

This award salutes the exceptional quality of a case published in the International Journal of Case Studies in Management (electronic journal).

The co-winners in 2010 are Line Dubé, Full Professor with the Department of Information Technologies, and Alix Mandron, Full Professor with the Department of Finance, for a case entitled "Le projet CN2000, ou les défis de l'évaluation financière d'un projet d'implantation de PGI (A) (B) (C)".

 

Michel Patry, Alix Mandron and Anne Mesny (representing the Case Centre)

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