Manufacturing and Service Operations Management

MSOM Responsible Research in OM award

The purpose of responsible research is to encourage studies contributing knowledge that may have implications for making the world a better place through informing evidence-based, high quality and societally beneficial organizational practices across business, government and non-government organizations.

MSOM Young Scholar Prize

Starting in 2013, the annual MSOM Young Scholar Prize recognizes exceptional young researchers who have made outstanding contributions to scholarship in operations management. Scholars of age 40 years or younger on January 31st of the year in which they are nominated are eligible. The decision on the award will be made by the MSOM Young Scholar Award Committee, a three-person committee with three-year, staggered terms. Nominations are made to the Committee Chair by anyone, including the nominee, and consist of a curriculum vitae, evidence of scholarly and practical impact, statement of major contributions of no more than three pages (may be prepared by the nominee) and three letters of nomination. The award is accompanied by a $1000 honorarium.

MSOM Fellows Program

MSOM recognizes outstanding research and scholarship in operations management by electing a limited number of MSOM Fellows each year. Election as an MSOM Fellow is a rare distinction, comparable with membership in Omega Rho.