2022 Call for Awards Nominations

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The International Association for Conflict Management (IACM) solicits nominations for the following awards, to be distributed at the Association’s 35th Annual Conference in Ottawa, CanadaThe deadline for all IACM award nominations is Monday, February 21, 2022. IACM awards are determined by designated committees, and all members who meet the criteria below are eligible*. To review past recipients, please see here. *Current board members are not eligible for awards.

 

All nominations to the awards listed below can be made by clicking here.

 

IACM Rubin Theory-to-Practice Award

At its annual conference, the International Association for Conflict Management honors meritorious contributions to the study of social conflict that epitomize the goals and purposes of the association. In 2022, the IACM will award the Rubin Theory-to-Practice Award to a member who has made important professional contributions at the nexus of theory, research, and practice. These contributions bridge research and practice, and either change practice or inspire theory and research. On behalf of IACM, you are invited to nominate a colleague for this award. Please send a two-page nomination letter outlining why you think the nominee is deserving of this award and the nominee’s current CV to the awards committee by clicking here.

 

2022 Early Career Award

The International Association for Conflict Management honors scholars in the first five years of their post-doctoral career who have shown exceptional promise for making significant contributions to the study of conflict management and negotiation. Nominees’ early careers should epitomize the goals and purposes of the association. Eligible nominees are those who received their PhD between 1/1/17 and 12/31/21. For this award, we invite you to nominate a colleague; multiple nominations of the same colleague should be filed separately, and self-nominations are not accepted. Please submit a one-page summary outlining why you think the nominee is deserving of this award, along with the nominee’s CV and one paper exemplifying their contributions (please do not submit additional materials). All materials should be submitted by clicking here.

 

2022 IACM Outstanding Book (published in 2020-2021)

The International Association for Conflict Management honors the author of an outstanding book that advances conflict management and negotiation theory and practice. Books contributing to theory (original or refinements), research (including methods), and practice (including evaluations)—or at the nexus of these categories—will be considered. On behalf of IACM, you are invited to nominate books for the 2022 Outstanding Book Award. Eligible books were published between January 1, 2020 and December 31, 2021. Self-nominations are welcome. To nominate a book for this award, please submit a two-page letter that describes the contribution of the book and why it is deserving of this recognition to the awards committee by clicking here.

 

2022 IACM Outstanding Publication Award: Article or Book Chapter (published in 2020)

The International Association for Conflict Management honors the author(s) of a published article or book chapter that significantly advances the study of conflict management and negotiation. The nominated article or chapter should epitomize the goals and purposes of the association. Eligible articles and chapters are those published between 1/1/20 and 12/31/20 (final publication date, not online-first version). Nominations may have an empirical, theoretical, or practical focus. For this award, we invite you to nominate a colleague’s article or chapter; multiple nominations of the same article or chapter should be filed separately. Self-nominations are also acceptable. Please submit an approximately one-page summary outlining why you think the nominated article or chapter is deserving of this award, along with a pdf copy of the full manuscript (preferably the final version that appears in the journal or book; please do not submit additional materials). Additionally, in your summary, please provide the full citation for the nominated article or chapter. All materials should be submitted by clicking here.

 

Award winners will be notified prior to IACM 2022 in Ottawa, Canada so that they may make plans to ensure attendance at the awards ceremony.

 

If you have not yet submitted to IACM 2022, the Call for Papers deadline is February 11th. Be sure to review the Call for Papers and submit your paper before the deadline!

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