Honors & Awards

  • 2015
    Winner, Louis R. Pondy Best Dissertation Paper, Organization and Management Theory Division of the Academy of Management
    The Louis Pondy Best Dissertation Paper Award recognizes the best paper based on a dissertation.
  • 2015
    2nd Place, MIT Sloan School of Management Doctoral Thesis Prize
    PhD candidates present research to a panel of judges where winners are selected.
  • 2015
    Provost's Small Grants Program for Junior Faculty, Columbia Business School
    Recipient of research grant from the Provost’s Grants Program for Junior Faculty who Contribute to the Diversity Goals of the University.
  • 2014
    Winner, Dissertation Proposal Competition, INFORMS/Organization Science
    Now in its 22nd year, the INFORMS/Organization Science Dissertation Proposal Competition is one of the most prestigious available to doctoral students studying organizations. Eight finalists are chosen, based on reviews by experienced referees. In November, finalists will present their dissertation proposals to a panel of respected organizational scholars who act as final judges for the competition. A winner and runner-up will be selected from the group of finalists.
  • 2014
    American Association of University Women American Fellowship
    The oldest and largest of AAUW’s fellowships and grant programs, the American Fellowships program began in 1888, a time when women were discouraged from pursuing an education. Now one of the largest sources of funding for graduate education for women, AAUW has provided more than $90 million to upwards of 11,000 fellows and grantees since awarding its first fellowship to Ida Street, a pioneer in the field of early American Indian history.
  • 2012
    Kauffman Dissertation Fellowship
    The Kauffman Dissertation Fellowship Program (KDFP) is an annual competitive program that awards up to 15 Dissertation Fellowship grants to Ph.D., D.B.A., or other doctoral students at accredited U.S. universities to support dissertations in the area of entrepreneurship.
  • 2008
    MIT Presidential Fellowship Award
    MIT has established a prestigious program of Presidential Fellowships to recruit the most outstanding students worldwide to pursue graduate studies at the Institute. MIT admitted the first class of Presidential Fellows in September 1999, and currently supports 110-125 new graduate students as Presidential Fellows each year.