December 3, 2012
Various research and teaching awards were handed out on November 28 to salute the accomplishments of HEC Montréal’s faculty. A total of 12 awards were handed out during the evening ceremony, which began with a tribute to those professors who have retired in the past year. They were all officially granted the title of Honorary Professor. These were Gabrielle Brenner (Applied Economics), Alain Noël* (International Business) and Vital Roy (Information Technologies).
Congratulations to these new honorary professors and all the award winners!
HEC Montréal Director Michel Patry and Honorary Professor Gabrielle Brenner.
Michel Patry and Honorary Professor Vital Roy.
OVERALL AWARD WINNERS
Contribution to the School’s renown
Awards for teaching excellence – book
Awards for teaching excellence – cases
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 2012 winner is Alain Gosselin, Full Professor (Human Resources Management).
Michel Patry, Alain Gosselin and Denis Chênevert, Director of the Department of Human Resources Management.
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 a remarkable teacher.
Associate professor or guest professor
The 2012 winner is Robert Clark, Full Professor (Applied Economics).
Benoit Dostie, Director of the Institute of Applied Economics, Robert Clark et Michel Patry.
Assistant professor or guest professor with career potential
The 2012 winner is Eric Brunelle, Associate Professor (Management).
Cyrille Sardais, Director of the Department of Management, Eric Brunelle and Michel Patry.
Lecturer, full-time faculty lecturer or full-time lecturer
The 2012 winner is Gilles Cazabon, Full-time Lecturer, Certificate Programs (Management).
Cyrille Sardais, Gilles Cazabon, Michel Patry and Jean-Pierre Béchard, Director of Certificate Programs.
This award recognizes excellence in scientific and professional publications over the past three years by an associate professor. The 2012 winner is Jeroen Rombouts*, Associate Professor (Applied Economics).
Frédéric Aubert, Senior Director, College and University, Chenelière Éducation, Benoit Dostie (accepting the award on behalf of Jeroen Rombouts) and Michel Patry.
This award recognizes excellence in scientific and professional publications over the past three years by an assistant professor or guest professor with career potential. The 2012 winner is Nicolas Vincent, Assistant Professor (Applied Economics).
Benoit Dostie, Nicolas Vincent and Michel Patry.
François-Albert Angers Award
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. The 2012 winner is Sylvie St-Onge*, Full Professor (Management), for Gestion de la performance.
Cyrille Sardais, Michel Magnan (accepting the award on behalf of his spouse, Sylvie St-Onge) and Michel Patry.
This award recognizes the quality of a book written in a language other than French or of a book not expressly intended as a textbook. The book must have been published during the previous year by one or more professors, researchers, full-time faculty lecturers or full-time lecturers. The 2012 winner is Georges Zaccour, Full Professor (Management Sciences), for Games and Dynamic Games.
Denis Larocque, Director of the Department of Management Sciences, Georges Zaccour and Michel Patry.
This award recognizes the authors of business cases featuring one or more women managers. The 2012 co-winners are Mai Thi Thanh Thai, Assistant Professor (International Business) and Huong Thanh Thai, Chief of Sales, Ayo Furniture, for their two-part case entitled An Phuoc (A) : Nguyen Thi Dien pourrait-elle sauver son entreprise de la crise financière asiatique ?/An Phuoc (B) : Nguyen Thi Dien saurait-elle naviguer dans la crise financière mondiale ?
Anne Mesny, Director of the Case Centre, Huong Thanh Thai, Nguyen Thi Dien, Mai Thi Thanh Thai and Michel Patry.
This award salutes the quality of a case published in the International Journal of Case Studies in Management. The 2012 co-winners are Serge Poisson-de Haro, Associate Professor (Management) and Rémy Boulianne (P. Eng., MBA), for the case entitled Les Pompes Ohlson Canada.
Michel Patry, Rémy Boulianne, Serge Poisson-de Haro and Anne Mesny.
*Not attending the ceremony.