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Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 Research and Teaching Awards!

November 27, 2014

On November 26, HEC Montréal saluted the excellence of faculty members with its 2014 Research and Teaching Awards. A total of 11 awards were presented during the evening, which began with remarks by Professor Emeritus Maurice Lemelin, followed by a tribute to those professors who have retired in the past year and who were officially granted the title of Honorary Professor. They are Alain Chanlat1 (Management), Daniel Côté (Management), James Drew1 (Accounting), Michel Guindon1 (Accounting), Veronika Kisfalvi (Management), Réal Labelle (Accounting) and Benoît Tremblay (Management).

Congratulations to these new honorary professors and to all the award winners! (Liste et photos ci-dessous.)

TOP AWARD WINNERS

•         Jean Guertin Award (Teaching): Michel Vézina

•         Pierre Laurin Award (Research): Ann Langley

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AWARD WINNERS DESCRIPTION
Contribution to the School’s renown
Esdras Minville Award Jacques Nantel (Full Professor) 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.
Awards for teaching excellence
Assistant or guest professor with career potential

Marc-Antonin Hennebert (Assistant Professor, promoted to Associate Professor on June 1, 2014)

 

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.
Lecturer, full-time faculty lecturer or full-time lecturer François Normandin (Lecturer)
Research awards
Chenelière Éducation/Gaëtan Morin Award

Raf Jans (Full Professor)

 

 

This award recognizes the excellence of scientific and professional publications by an associate professor over the past three years.

New Researcher Award

 

Decio Coviello (Assistant Professor)

 

This award recognizes the excellence of scientific and professional publications by an assistant professor or guest professor with career potential, over the past three years.
Teaching – book and innovation

François-Albert Angers Award

 

 

 

Justin Leroux and Nicolas Sahuguet (Associate Professors), for Microéconomie – Introduction pour étudiants en gestion This award recognizes the quality of a textbook written in French by one or more professors, researchers, full-time faculty lecturers or full-time lecturers, and published during the year. To be eligible, the textbook must be intended for use in one or more courses.

Roger Charbonneau Award

 

Gary Gebhardt (Associate Professor), for Resurgence

 

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

Teaching Innovation Award

 

 

Caroline Aubé and Eric Brunelle (Associate Professors), François Normandin (Lecturer) and Benoît Tremblay (Honorary Professor), for “Simulation Pegasus2 This award recognizes the best teaching innovation designed and implemented during the year by one or more professors, researchers, full-time faculty lecturers or full-time lecturers.
Teaching – cases

Best Business Case Award

 

Céline Bareil (Associate Professor), Ali Fadil (MSc 2012) and Isabelle Demers1 (Director, Bureau de la direction générale, CHU Sainte-Justine), for their case entitled La mise en œuvre d’une salle hybride d’interventions cardiaques au CHU Sainte-Justine : un défi de collaboration et de gestion de change This award salutes the quality of a case published in the International Journal of Case Studies in Management.

1Absent from the award ceremony.

2Simulation for use in project management courses at the School.

 


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