Below is a list of my awards and honors:

  • Winner of the Louis Pondy Best Dissertation Paper Award, awarded by the OMT Division of AOM (2017)
  • Nominated for the William H. Newman Award for Best Paper Based on a Dissertation, winner announced at AOM (2017)
  • Finalist for the Wiley Blackwell Award for Outstanding Dissertation Research Award, winner announced at AOM (2017).
  • Award for Excellence in Teaching, University of Southern California (2016).
  • Teaching Award, Marshall School of Business (2016).
  • The Order of the Aretè Award for Scholarship, University of Southern California (2016).
  • Ph.D. Achievement Award, University of Southern California ($2500) (2016).
  • Runner up at the INFORMS Dissertation Proposal Competition (2015)
  • Marshall PhD Teaching Award, recognizes top two student instructors in the Marshall School of Business (2015)
  • The Manning Endowed Fellowship recipient (2015 – 2016)
  • Student Research Award ($2,500), Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurship (2015)
  • Alberta Institutions Conference travel stipend ($500), OMT Division (2015)
  • Best Graduate Student Paper as Lead Author, International Association for Conflict Management, Leiden, Netherlands, “Moving Beyond Intentionality: How Violations of Action versus Inaction Affect Trust Repair,” with Kim, P. (2014)
  • Dispute Resolution Research Center (DRRC) Scholarship, sponsored by the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, International Association for Conflict Management, Leiden, Netherlands (2014)
  • Faculty Research Award ($4,000), Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurship, with Kim, P. (2012)
  • National Science Foundation Grant, “Breaking the Letter vs. Spirit of the Law: How the Interpretation of Contract Violations Affects Trust and the Management of Relationships,” PhD Student Development Workshop, Atlanta Competitive Advantage Conference (2012)
  • Best Conference Paper Award Nomination, Strategic Management Society, “The Role of Institutional Identities and Frames in Contracting,” with Weber, L. & Glaser, V. (2011)