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2019 AHRD Award Winners

Advances in Developing Human Resources: Best Issue Award

Submitted by Marilyn Y. Byrd

“Challenges and solutions facing science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers in the 21st century: A human resource development perspective”
Volume 21 (1)
Issue Editors: Alina M. Waite, Indiana State University Terre Haute and Kimberly McDonald, Purdue University Fort Wayne

R. Wayne Pace Book of the Year Award

Submitted by Joshua Collins

Evidence-Based Initiatives for Organizational Change and Development
Robert G. Hamlin, University of Wolverhampton, Andrea D. Ellinger, The University of Texas at Tyler, and Jenni Jones, University of Wolverhampton

Dissertation of the Year Award

Submitted by Sehoon Kim and Tomika Greer

Silvana Chambers,The University of Texas at Tyler
"Examining the United Kingdom’s soft law approach for women on boards with regard to gender diversity and the gender pay gap: A regression discontinuity design"
Dissertation Advisor: Kim Nimon

1st Runner-up: Jeremy Bohonos (University of Illinois), "Learning to work in white spaces: An autoethnographic and linguistic analysis of racial and gender discrimination in a Midwestern American organization"

2nd Runner-up: Tracy Richardson (University of Louisville), "Is the sum greater than the parts? A qualitative case study of cross-functional team creativity"

Excellence in Scholarly Practice Award

Submitted by Jason Moats


Early Career Scholar

Submitted by Mesut Akdere


Outstanding HRD Scholar Award

Submitted by AAhad Osman Gani

Fredrick Nafukho

Hall of Fame Award

Submitted by Julie Gedro

Ronald L. Jacobs

Elwood F. Holton III Research Excellence Award (HRDR)

Submitted by Jia Wang

Chair of the committee Meera Alagaraja

2 Winners:

A Review of the Empirical Literature on Meaningful Work: Progress and Research Agenda

Catherine Bailey, King’s College London, London, UK
Ruth Yeoman, University of Oxford, Oxfordshire, UK
Adrian Madden, University of Greenwich, London, UK
Marc Thompson, University of Oxford, Oxfordshire, UK
Gary Kerridge, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK

An Ecosystems Perspective on International Human Resource Development: A Meta-Synthesis of the Literature

Thomas N. Garavan, Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland
Alma McCarthy, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland
Ronan Carbery, University College Cork, Ireland

HRDR 2020 Best Reviewer Award

Jill Zarestky, Colorado State University
Marilyn Byrd, The University of Oklahoma
Fonteini Kravariti, University of Portsmouth

Cutting Edge Awards

Submitted by Sarah Minnis

Organizational support and adaptive performance: The rotating relationships between job crafting, work engagement, and adaptive performance.

Yoonhee Park, Ewha Womans University
Doo Hun Lim, University of Oklahoma
Woocheol Kim, Korea University of Technology and Education
Hana Kang, Michigan State University

Linking bystander intervention and ally development: An integrative approach to organization development for social justice

Joshua Collins, University of Minnesota

Associations between Training and Development Investment and Financial Performance: Multilevel Autoregressive Modeling

Sango Yoo, University of Minnesota
Suhyung Lee, University of Minnesota
Sehoon Kim, University of Minnesota
Soebin Jang, Augsburg University
Daeyeon Cho, Korea University
Eun Sol Park, Korea University
Myungbin Choi, Korea University
Somin Park, Korea University

Success Strategies for Employees with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Karen Johnson, University of North Texas
Demetria Ennis-Cole, University of North Texas
Matthew Bonhamgregory, University of North Texas

How is HRD Related to Other Disciplines? The Analysis of 100 Most Frequently Cited Empirical Articles Published in Three HRD Journals

Jaekyo Seo, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Suhyung Lee, University of Minnesota
Alexandre Ardichvili, University of Minnesota

Mediating Effect of Social Media Use Behavior on the Relationship between Predictor Factors and Work Success: A Conceptual Model for Talent Learning and Development

Fatemeh Dena Rezaei, Texas A&M University
Michael Beyerlein, Texas A&M University

Social Capital leveraging Knowledge Sharing: Evidence from Classroom in Higher Education

Caleb Seung-Hyun Han, University of Georgia
Eunjung Grace Oh, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Sung "Pil" Kang, University of New Mexico

Monica Lee Excellence in Research (HRDI)

Luca Lopes de Leao Laguna, Rob F. Poell & Martha Meerman (2019) Practitioner research for the professionalization of human resources practice: empirical data from the Netherlands, Human Resource Development International, 22:1

Author Affiliation:
Luca Lopes de Leao Laguna, CAREM, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Rob Poell, Department of Human Resource Studies, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Martha Meerman, CAREM, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Research Excellence Award

“Measuring the organizational impact of training: The need for greater methodological rigor”
HRDQ, Vol 29, Issue 1

Thomas Garavan, Edinburgh Napier Business School
Alma McCarthy, National University of Ireland Galway
Maura Sheehan, Edinburgh Napier Business School
Yanqing Lai, Metropolitan University, Manchester
Mark N. K. Saunders, University of Birmingham
Nicholas Clarke, EADA Business School
Ronan Carbery, University College Cork
Valerie Shanahan, Squarespace

Laura Bierema Critical HRD

Marilyn Y. Byrd, The University of Oklahoma

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