Gilad Chen, the Ralph J. Tyser Professor of Organizational Behavior at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, is the winner of the William A. Owens Scholarly Achievement Award. The award recognizes research with the highest potential to significantly impact in the field of industrial and organizational psychology. It is given annually by Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Chen will receive the award at the organization’s annual conference in Houston in April 2013.
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It’s About Time
The University of Maryland has selected Smith School Professor Gilad Chen as a 2014-15 Distinguished Scholar-Teacher. He is one of six professors to receive the honor this year.
The University of Maryland has selected Robert H. Smith School of Business Professor Gilad Chen as a 2014-15 Distinguished Scholar-Teacher. He is one of six professors to receive the honor this year.
Gilad Chen, professor of management and organization, received his PhD from George Mason University.
Join us for the ThoughtLeadership@Smith Breakfast Series.
Smith faculty present their latest research on topics that matter to you and your organization. Each presentation is followed by an opportunity to network with alumni and regional business leaders at one of Smith’s convenient local campuses in Washington, D.C., or Baltimore, Md.
Research by Gilad Chen
Changes in job satisfaction are a good predictor of an employee’s turnover intentions.
Larry Bodin, professor emeritus of management science, and Michael Fu,professor of management science, were both elected as INFORMS (The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences) Fellows.
In a study conducted for the INFORMS Society for Marketing, an article by Roland Rust, David Bruce Smith Chair in Marketing, executive director of the Center for Excellence in Service, and chair of the Smith School’s marketing department, published in the Journal of Marketing in 1995, was chosen as one of the 20 most influential marketing articles of the past 25 years.