At the core of the Broad College of Business, you’ll find driven faculty with a passion for excellence. They conduct impactful research through innovative partnerships and serve as dedicated mentors, preparing students to lead in the future of business.
John Hollenbeck is an associate dean of research and University Distinguished Professor. In August, at the Academy of Management’s 82nd annual meeting, he was honored with its Organizational Behavior Division Lifetime Achievement Award and, across all AOM divisions, its Distinguished Educator Award.
“It’s special to receive these awards because, for me, it’s a matter of range of my contributions as a researcher and mentor,” Hollenbeck said.
Founded in 1936, AOM is the leading global community for management and organization scholars, comprising nearly 18,000 people from over 120 countries. Across its 18 divisions, AOM offers awards to recognize exceptional scholars for their contributions to the management discipline, innovations in teaching, prolific publications and more.
Over his career, Hollenbeck has been an unwavering force with AOM, starting out as a student member and going on to serve on its Board of Governors — and playing a role in nearly everything in between, predominantly with its Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Divisions.
To read more about Hollenbeck, visit broad.msu.edu