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Best Paper Awards
Best Paper Awards
We are delighted to recognize authors for their work on cases and article supporting
the case method at our annual conference. Most years, the CASE leadership in
cooperation with our fellows recognize individuals or group of individuals by
awarding the following:
- The Fellow Award: This non-monetary award is determined by the Fellows
of The CASE Association and is given to the case and TN determined by the
group as most advanced, well written, and best researched. Both case and TN
are considered in giving this award. Fellows are not eligible to receive this
- First Time Submission: This monetary award is given to the best first submission
to The CASE Association conference, as determined by the review committee.
The case must include a complete TN and may not be co-authored by any Fellow
or Officer of The CASE Association. This award carries a cash prize of $100.
- Best Mentored Case Award: This non-monetary award is given to the best case
that identifies a specific mentor, as determined by the review committee.
The case must be complete, including a TN, and may not have an experienced
case author as co-author.
We would like to congratulate the 2010 recipients.
Linda Cohen accepted the first submission award
Peggy Naumes received recognition for editorial contribution
Gina Vega is recognized for mentoring
We would like to congratulate the 2009 recipients.
|Fellow Award: CJ McClaine's Deli & Bakery, LLC
Catherine C. Giapponi, Fairfield University (accepting the award from
David Desplaces 2009 Case President); Roselie McDevitt, Mount Olive College
Best First Submission and Best Mentored Case: Northern Utilities
Edward Desmarais, Salem State University; Gina Vega, Salem State University
(Mentor) (accepting awards from David Desplaces 2009 CASE President)