Management Professor Honored for Lifetime Achievement in Research

9/1/2006

Suffolk University Management Professor Michael Arthur received the Everett Hughes Award from the Academy of Management, Careers Division, for research over a lifetime in the careers area, in particular for the adoption of an interdisciplinary perspective.

Arthur was honored at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management held in Atlanta, Ga., in August 2006.

The Hughes Award, the highest award of the Careers Division, is given only when there is a nomination of sufficient merit.

In nominating Arthur, Professor Maury Peiperl, professor of leadership and strategic change at IMD in Switzerland and former chair of the Careers Division, said “Michael Arthur has been a clear leader in careers research and in linking this research to other fields, for some twenty-five years. He is surely one of the pre-eminent scholars of career management in the world. Many scholars' own work has been energized and transformed by Michael's inspiration and collegiality. He is an excellent mentor to aspiring career scholars from a variety of fields and, in particular, a variety of countries.”

The Academy of Management is a leading professional association for scholars dedicated to creating and disseminating knowledge about management and organizations. Founded in 1936 by two professors, it is the oldest and largest scholarly management association in the world. Today the Academy is the professional home for 16,840 members from 97 nations.

Suffolk University, located on Boston 's historic Beacon Hill, with campuses in Madrid, Spain and Dakar, Senegal (Africa), is a comprehensive global institution distinguished by its teaching and the intellectual contributions of its faculty. Suffolk offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs in more than 70 areas of study. Its mission is to provide quality education at a reasonable cost for students of all ages and backgrounds, with strong emphasis on diversity. Suffolk has a combined enrollment of more than 8,300 full-time and part-time students at its Law School, College of Arts and Sciences, and Sawyer School of Business.

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