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Jeanne Brett, the DeWitt W. Buchanan, Jr., Distinguished Professor of Dispute Resolution and Organizations, received the Ver Steeg Award from the Graduate School at Northwestern University in June. Established in 2004 in honor of Clarence L. Ver Steeg, the award recognizes outstanding Northwestern faculty and staff who uphold the university's reputation for graduate education excellence.

"Perceptual Focus Effects in Choice," by Associate Professor of Marketing Alexander Chernev (with Ryan Hamilton and Jiewen Hong), will be published in the August issue of Journal for Consumer Research.

Clinical Professor of Technology James Conley received the Professor of the Year award from the Northwestern University Master of Product Development Program. This is the second time he was recognized by the program.

Amy Cuddy, senior lecturer and Donald P. Jacobs Scholar in Management and Organizations, has co-authored several recent papers. "Stereotype content model holds across cultures: Universal similarities and some differences" will appear in the British Journal of Social Psychology and "When being a model minority is good and bad: Realistic threat explains negativity toward Asian Americans" will appear in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. She received honorable mention for the 2006 SPSSI Gordon Allport Intergroup Relations Award for "The BIAS Map: Behaviors from intergroup affect and stereotypes," published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

Janice Eberly  
Jan Eberly  Photo © Evanston Photographic  
Shane Greenstein  
Shane Greenstein  Photo © Evanston Photographic  
Stephen Presser  
Stephen Presser  
Daniel Spulber  
Daniel Spulber  Photo © Evanston Photographic  

Jan Eberly, the John L. and Helen Kellogg Distinguished Professor of Finance, has been nominated to serve on the executive committee of the American Economic Association.

Shane Greenstein, the Elinor and H. Wendell Hobbs Distinguished Professor of Management and Strategy, has co-edited Standards and Public Policy, published by Cambridge University Press.

Clinical Professor of Marketing Walter Herbst presented two talks on product design at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) at the United Nations in Geneva in April.

In May, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Social Enterprise Liz Livingston Howard spoke at the American Association of Museums National conference. The topic was "Building and Sustaining a Culture of Inquiry."

In September, Nyenrode Business Universiteit will confer an honorary doctorate on Philip Kotler, the S.C. Johnson & Son Distinguished Professor of International Marketing. The Kellogg School is Nyenrode's partner university in Chicago.

Robb Knuepfer '78, international partner with Baker & McKenzie, and adjunct professor of finance at Kellogg, was elected to the board of trustees of the Adler Planetarium.

In the spring edition of Manhattan Institute's City Journal, Professor of Business Law Stephen Presser published "Reading the Constitution Right: Clarence Thomas's fidelity to our founding documents is making its mark on the Supreme Court."  The paper addresses myths about the purported second-rate nature of Thomas' jurisprudence, finding him "one of the most creative and interesting thinkers on the Court."

In May, Tokai Bank Distinguished Professor of Finance Sergio Rebelo received the Best Alumnus Award ("Premio Carreira") from his alma matter, the Portuguese Catholic University. He also was elected a fellow of the Econometric Society in 2007.

Joel Shalowitz was a Fulbright Senior Specialist and visiting professor at Keio University in May. He gave lectures to healthcare management and medical students and studied the Japanese healthcare system, in addition to lecturing to the economics faculties at Osaka and Kyoto Universities.

Global Competitive Strategy by Daniel Spulber, the Elinor Hobbs Distinguished Professor of International Business, was published in July by Cambridge University Press.

"The Increasing Dominance of Teams in the Production of Knowledge," co-authored by Brian Uzzi, the Richard L. Thomas Professor of Leadership and Organizational Change, and Ben Jones, assistant professor of management and strategy, appeared in the May issue of Science. Uzzi also delivered a keynote address on the "New Science of Networks" at the World Wide McKinsey Consulting Partners' meeting in Orlando.

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