Michael R. Losey Human Resource Research Award
This award honors lifetime achievement in human resource research. It recognizes an individual for significant past and ongoing research contributions that impact the HR management field.
A single award of $50,000 is presented annually to further the field of human resource management. Nominations are encouraged for scholars with a significant body of work in the field of HR.
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Who is Eligible
This prestigious award recognizes significant contributions to the HR field through empirical research and its application to practice. To be eligible, a nominee must possess a broad and deep track record of contributions to the HR discipline through research, as well as interactions with the practitioner community. Examples include: speaking and consulting engagements, authoring books, book chapters, or journal articles that have affected how HR is practiced.
The winning nominee will also have an extensive body of published research in top-tier, peer-reviewed journals such as:
- Human Resource Management (HRMJ)
- Journal of Management (JOM)
- Journal of Applied Psychology (JAP)
- Academy of Management Journal (AMJ)
- Personnel Psychology (PP)
How to Make a Nomination
Please download and review the Losey Award Flier for detailed information on submitting a nomination. Self-nominations are not accepted. Nominations for the 2013 award may be submitted through July 15, 2013.
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Past Michael R. Losey Award Winners
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2012 - Eduardo Salas, Ph.D.
2011 - Sara Rynes Ph.D.
2010 - Wayne F. Cascio, Ph.D.
2009 - Benjamin Schneider, Ph.D.
2008 – Herbert G. Heneman III, Ph.D.
2007 - Michael Beer, Ph.D.
2005 - Frank Schmidt, Ph.D.
2004 - Lee Dyer, Ph.D.
2003* No award presented.
2002 - Edward E. Lawler, III, Ph.D.
* The Michael R. Losey Human Resource Research Award was suspended in 2003. Consequently no winner was chosen.