Below are the mandates of IM Division Committees and their current members. The committees welcome your feedback and suggestions.
The Teaching Committee’s mandate is to promote teaching excellence among members of the division. Specifically, the committee facilitates identification of best practices in teaching international management and provides opportunities for their exchange and dissemination. It coordinates the compilation of teaching resources from master teachers and provides those to members through the IM Division website. The committee is responsible for organizing the PDW on Teaching International Management at the annual AOM meetings.
The Communications Committee’s mandate is to facilitate communication and interaction among members and to keep members informed about important issues and events within the division and the broader academic community. Specifically, this committee is responsible for the following: (1) design, maintain, and update the division’s website; (2) edit and distribute the division newsletter “IM Division News”; (3) issue regular “IM Division Updates” to members through e-mail and the division’s Facebook Group Page; (4) provide an avenue for member online communication through the dedicated listserv “IM Division List” and the division’s Facebook Group Page; and (5) take photos at various division sessions, activities, and events during the AOM annual meetings, and manage the division’s photo gallery.
This is an umbrella committee chaired by the Immediate Past Chair and made up of previous Past Chairs of the IM Division. This committee is responsible for handling the nominations and selection of the recipients of the following three professional achievement awards:
(1) IM Division Outstanding Educator Award
(2) IM Division Outstanding Service to the Global Community Award
(3) IM Division FIU Emerging Scholar Award
This committee is responsible for nominating the recipient of the PWC Strategy& Eminent Scholar Award, which is then approved by the Executive Committee. This award recognizes life time achievement in international management scholarship. This award is sponsored by PWC Strategy&.
The Doctoral Student Committee’s mandate is to serve the professional and social needs of the doctoral student members of the division by creating a network of junior scholars and facilitating information exchange and knowledge sharing. Specifically, the committee organizes social get-togethers at the AOM annual meetings where students interact with colleagues and senior faculty, participates in the IM Division Doctoral Student Consortium, and provides opportunities for students to offer feedback to division officers, and for the officers to interact with the student membership. A long-term goal of the committee is to create a virtual community through the IM Division website for the purposes of sharing information on job and fellowship opportunities, doctoral dissertation research, and collaboration.
The Membership Drive Committee has the purpose of increasing AOM member awareness regarding the IM Division while encouraging membership involvement. The Membership Drive Committee assists the Executive Committee (EC) in identifying and addressing issues regarding member relations and involvement, serves as a liaison between the membership and EC, and fosters communication from and amongst members.
The IM Division Social Committee was formed in January 2015 with the purpose to assist the IM Division Executive Committee on the social aspects our division’s AOM meeting program. We plan the IM Division Gala event in terms of venue, catering, and music. We also plan the catering for the PDW Welcome Breakfast; PDW Reception; Mid-career Faculty, Junior Faculty, and Doctoral Student Consortia; and PDW Strategy& Eminent Scholar Award reception. Through great events, food and drinks, we hope to facilitate networking and mentoring activities among division members at the AOM annual meetings.
The Corporate Outreach Committee’s mandate is to facilitate communication and interaction between members and the broader corporate community, which includes for-profit and non-profit as well as governmental and non-governmental organizations. This committee is responsible for developing and delivering activities that provide members with occasions to interact with practitioners in meaningful ways that encourage dialogue, promote mutual understanding and nurture collaborative research. The primary mechanism for achieving these objectives is through PDWs at the annual meetings.
This committee is responsible for handling the submissions and selection of the winner and finalists of the IM Division D’Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University Award for the Best Dissertation in International Management.
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