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2011 research and teaching awards

December 1, 2011

Many professors, management members and guests turned out on November 30 for the 2011 research and teaching awards ceremony, to salute the accomplishments of HEC Montréal professors and researchers.

In keeping with tradition, the award ceremony was preceded by a tribute to those professors who have retired in the past year. They were officially granted the title of Honorary Professor, to mark their contribution to the School. These new honorary professors are Daniel Racette (Institute of Applied Economics), Joseph Kélada (Logistics and Operations Management) and Jean-Yves Le Louarn (Human Resources Management). Louise Séguin Dulude, who was appointed a Professor Emeritus in September, spoke a few words at the beginning of the ceremony.

Congratulations to all the award winners!

HEC Montréal Director Michel Patry and Honorary Professor Daniel Racette.

Michel Patry and Honorary Professor Joseph Kelada.

Michel Patry and Honorary Professor Jean-Yves Le Louarn.

Michel Patry and Professor Emeritus Louise Séguin-Dulude.

Overall award winners

Awards for teaching excellence

  • Associate professor, full professor or guest professor with career potential: Emmanuel B. Raufflet
  • Assistant professor: Luis Felipe Cisneros Martinez
  • Lecturer, full-time faculty lecturer or full-time lecturer: Hugo Lesley

Research awards

Awards for teaching excellence – book and innovation

Awards for teaching excellence – cases


 Jean Guertin Award

This year’s Jean Guertin Award (overall award for teaching excellence) crowns the illustrious career of Full Professor Georges Dionne (Finance) (see our news item on this subject).

 

 Pierre Laurin Award

This award recognizes research conducted over the past three years by a full professor or a guest professor at that level or a full academic researcher. The 2011 winner is Linda Rouleau, Full Professor with the Department of Management.

Michel Patry, Linda Rouleau and Christiane Demers, Director of the Department of Management. 

 

 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 2011 winner is Robert Gagné, Professor with the Institute of Applied Economics and Director of the Centre for Productivity and Prosperity.

Michel Patry, Robert Gagné and Benoit Dostie, Director of the Institute of Applied Economics. 

 

 Awards for teaching excellence 

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.

Associate professor, full professor or guest professor with career potential

The 2011 winner is Emmanuel B. Raufflet, Associate Professor with the Department of Management.

Christiane Demers, Emmanuel B. Raufflet and Michel Patry.

 

Assistant professor

The 2011 winner is Luis Felipe Cisneros Martinez, Assistant Professor with the Department of Management.

Christiane Demers, Luis Felipe Cisneros Martinez and Michel Patry.

 

Lecturer, full-time faculty lecturer or full-time lecturer

The 2011 winner is Hugo Lesley, Full-time Lecturer with the Department of Accounting Studies.

Michel Vézina, Director of the Department of Accouting Studies, Hugo Lesley and Michel Patry. 

 

 Chenelière Éducation/Gaëtan Morin Research 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 2011 winner is Isabelle Le Breton-Miller, Associate Professor with the Department of Management and recently appointed as holder of the Chair of Small and Medium-Sized Business Development.

Robert Boivin, Vice-President, College and University, Chenelière Éducation, Isabelle Le Breton-Miller, Christiane Demers 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 2011 winner is Erick Delage, Assistant Professor with the Department of Management Sciences.

Denis Larocque, Director of the Department of Management Sciences, Erick Delage and Michel Patry. 

 

 François-Albert Angers Award

This award recognizes the quality of a textbook written in French by one or more professors, researchers or full-time or faculty lecturers, and published during the year. To be eligible, the textbook must include exercises or other teaching tools and be intended for use in one or more courses. The 2011 winner is Richard Déry, Full Professor with the Department of Management, for Les perspectives de management.

Christiane Demers, Richard Déry and Michel Patry. 

 

 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 2011 winner is Claude Ananou, Full-time Lecturer with the Department of Management, for “the Synopp method.”

Christiane Demers, Claude Ananou and Michel Patry. 

 

 Alma Lepage Award

This award recognizes the authors of business cases featuring one or more women managers. The 2011 co-winners are Veronika Kisfalvi, Full Professor, and Raymonde Lévesque, Lecturer, both with the Department of Management, for the case entitled Lili-Anna Peresa : Pour faire une différence.

Michel Patry, Veronika Kisfalvi, Lili-Anna Peresa, Raymonde Lévesque and Anne Mesny, Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Case Studies in Management.  

 

 Best Business Case Award

This award salutes the quality of a case published in the International Journal of Case Studies in Management. The co-winners in 2011 are Anthony Wilbon, Associate Professor, Department of Information Systems and Decision Sciences, Howard University School of Business (Washington, DC), and Mark Bundy, Environmental Programs Manager and Kelton Clark, Director, both with the Estuarine Research Center, Morgan State University (Baltimore, MD), for the case entitled Entrepreneurship in the Chesapeake Bay Oyster Industry.

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