Michael W. Toffel: Awarded the Marvin Bower Fellowship in 2011 by Harvard Business School.
Michael W. Toffel: Won the 2011 Best Health Care Management Theory-to-Practice Paper Award in the Health Care Management Division of the Academy of Management for his paper with Julia Adler-Milstein and Sara J. Singer, “Managerial Practices that Promote Voice and Taking Charge among Frontline Workers.”
Anita L. Tucker: Finalist for the 2011 Best Industry Studies Paper Award from the Industry Studies Association and INFORMS for "Deliberate Learning to Improve Performance in Dynamic Service Settings: Evidence from Hospital Intensive Care Units" with Ingrid Nembhard (Organization Science, 2011).
Ryan W. Buell: Won the 2011 Stan Hardy Award for Outstanding Paper published in the field of Operations Management from the Decision Sciences Institute for his paper with Dennis Campbell and Frances X. Frei, “Are Self-Service Customers Satisfied or Stuck?” (Production and Operations Management, 2010).
Michael W. Toffel: Won the 2010 Emerging Scholar Award from the Academy of Management's Organizations and the Natural Environment (ONE) Division. The award recognizes "a stream of research that has substantial ONE content and that has been published in premier scholarly outlets."
Alan D. MacCormack: Received a Siemens Corporate Research Grant ($80k) in 2010 for exploring the impact of software design choices on the level of defects and productivity in software projects.
Michael W. Toffel: Selected for the 2011 Best Paper Proceedings of the Academy of Management for his paper with Julia Adler-Milstein and Sara J. Singer, "Managerial Practices that Promote Voice and Taking Charge among Frontline Workers."
Michael W. Toffel: Runner up for the 2010 Doctoral Award for Excellence in Mentoring. Established by doctoral students, the awards recognize HBS faculty "who exemplify a deep commitment to fostering the personal and professional development" of HBS doctoral students.
Douglas S. Fearing: Received the Graduate Research Award for 2009/2010 from the Airport Cooperative Research Program.
Douglas S. Fearing: Received the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics UPS Ph.D. Fellowship for 2009/2010.