outstanding reviewer award of the academy of management

Sara De Hauw and Tina Davidson have won a 2013 Outstanding Reviewer Award of the Academy of Management (Organizational Behaviour Division). This is an award granted to reviewers that have been rated by submitters as providing exceptionally high quality feedback and performed exceptional service by reviewing a large number of papers. Sara and Tina are in very select company since only 129 of the 1262 people who reviewed for the division this year, received this honor. During this year’s Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida, they will receive a formal certificate for their service. For Sara, this is not the first time she received this recognition of exemplary service. At the 2012 AOM meeting (Boston, USA), she already received the Best Reviewer Award of the Careers Division.

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