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Meet the winners of the 2015 Research and Teaching Awards!

November 12, 2015

HEC Montréal saluted the excellence of faculty members on November 11 with its 2015 Research and Teaching Awards, presented thanks to support from the HEC Montréal Foundation

A total of 13 awards were presented during the evening, which began with remarks by Professors Emeritus Jean-Charles Chebat and Francine Séguin, 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: Brahim Allali1 (Management), Jacques Fortin (Accounting Studies), Alix Mandron1 (Finance), Paul Mireault (Information Technologies) and Nhut Van The1 (Accounting Studies).

Congratulations to everyone!

 

OVERALL AWARD WINNERS

•         Jean Guertin Award (Teaching): Louis Jacques Filion

•         Pierre Laurin Award (Research): Jacques Desrosiers

See the news item on this subject.

 

Prix de pédagogie et de recherche 2015

 

AWARD WINNERS DESCRIPTION
Contribution to the School's renown
Esdras Minville Award

Réal Jacob

(Entrepreneurship and Innovation)

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 without career potential Jean-Sébastien Marcoux (Marketing) 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.
Assistant or guest professor with career potential Kevin J. Johnson (Management)
Lecturer, full-time faculty lecturer or full-time lecturer François Lafortune (Management)
Research awards
Chenelière Éducation/Gaëtan Morin Award

Erick Delage1

(Decisions Sciences)

 

 

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

New Researcher Award

 

Ola Jabali

(Logistics and Operations Management)

 

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 – textbook and innovation

François-Albert Angers Award

 

 

 

Hélène Giroux, Claire Poitras and Véronique Poirier

(Logistics and Operations Management), for La gestion des opérations et de la logistique – méthodes et principes fondamentaux

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

 

Eric Brunelle (Management), Alain Gosselin (Human Resources Management), Louis Hébert (Management), Réal Jacob (Entrepreneurship and Innovation) and Roman Oryschuk (École des dirigeants), for Paroles de PDG 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

 

 

Luis Cisneros (Entrepreneurship and Innovation) and Marie-Ange Masson (Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial Acquisition and Business Families Hub),

for the Parcours entrepreneurial Rémi-Marcoux

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
Alma Lepage Award  Louis Jacques Filion (Entrepreneurship and Innovation) and Géraldine Dallaire (PhD), for Geneviève Salbaing et l’histoire des Ballets Jazz de Montréal : savoir danser au rythme du temps This award recognizes the authors of business cases featuring one or more women managers.

Best Business Case Award

 

Fabio Prado Saldanha (PhD) and Marlei Pozzebon1 (International Business), for Fiat Mio: The Project That Embraced Open Innovation, Crowdsourcing and Creative Commons in the Automotive Industry This award salutes the quality of a case published in the International Journal of Case Studies in Management.

1Absent from the award ceremony.

Photos: Jean Martin


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