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The William L. Wilkie “Marketing for a Better World” honors marketing thinkers who have significantly contributed to our understanding and appreciation for marketing’s potential to improve our world, and from whose work notable advances have ensued–in the mold of Bill Wilkie of the University of Notre Dame.


Eligibility

Nominees must be marketing professors, and self-nominations will not be reviewed.


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The Erin Anderson Award recognizes emerging female marketing scholars and mentors, while honoring and celebrating the life of Erin Anderson.  Erin was a widely respected mentor and scholar whose research made significant contributions to the marketing discipline.

To honor Erin and support her passion for encouraging women in academe, the Erin Anderson Award recognizes a female marketing scholar we anticipate becoming a leading marketing academic in the mold of Erin Anderson.

Eligibility

Female marketing professors who received their marketing (or related field) doctoral degree in or after the 2013 calendar year may be nominated or self-nominate for the 2024 Award. The criteria for the award focus on what made Erin Anderson unique in the academic world:

  • Research: The recipient should be a woman who is an emerging research star in her area of expertise, as evidenced by her publication record and the impact of those publications on marketing thought.
  • Mentoring: The recipient should be someone who has exceeded the normal expectations for someone of her rank in mentoring doctoral students or junior faculty members.

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Thank you for taking to the time to submit your FY24 Professional Chapter Annual Reporting.  In accordance with Operating Standards, chapters are required to report specific information to the AMA Support Center on a monthly and annual basis. This information helps us provide the support and resources you need to be successful.
Reporting Deadline: Tuesday, August 15


Required Reporting:

  • FY24 Strategic Plan (July 1, 2023 - June 30, 2024)
  • FY24 Budget (July 1, 2023 - June 30, 2024)
  • FY23 Income Statement (July 1, 2022 - June 30, 2023)
  • FY23 Balance Sheet (July 1, 2022 - June 30, 2023)



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  • Primary Contact: We recommend designating a primary point person to coordinate your chapter reporting. While multiple people will likely be a part of preparing the information, a singular point of contact keeps everything streamlined.
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Have any other questions or need an extension on the timeline? Please reach out to Ursula Littlejohn, Assistant Manager of Professional Communities, at ulittlejohn@ama.org

Thank you for taking to the time to submit your FY24 Professional Chapter Annual Reporting.  In accordance with Operating Standards, chapters are required to report specific information to the AMA Support Center on a monthly and annual basis. This information helps us provide the support and resources you need to be successful.
Reporting Deadline: Tuesday, October 31


Required Reporting

Documents to Submit:

  • FY24 Q1 Income Statement (July 1 -  September 30, 2023)
  • FY24 Q1 Balance Sheet  (July 1 -  September 30, 2023)

Questions to Answer: 

  • Status on FY24 Strategic Goals
  • Update on FY24 Board Role Vacancies
  • Status Update on FY25 Succession Planning 
  • Status Update on Programming Efforts
  • Status Update on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Efforts

Guidelines:

  • Create an Account (Or Login to Existing): You will need to create a free Submittable account or sign in with Google or Facebook credentials to submit your form.
  • Primary Contact: We recommend designating a primary point person to coordinate your chapter reporting. While multiple people will likely be a part of preparing the information, a singular point of contact keeps everything streamlined.
  • Invite Collaborators: Simply select the "Invite Collaborators" button on the top right once you begin the form to get assistance from others on your team.
  • Editing Form: Don't have all your reports yet? No problem. You can edit your submission at any time with updated information. Just "Save Draft" or request to edit the submission when you are ready.
  • File Naming Conventions: Pay close attention to the file type and naming conventions listed for each report. Please adhere to them.
  • Confirmation: You will receive a confirmation email once you have submitted your reporting. This email will have additional information worth reviewing.
  • Technology: This platform works best on Google Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Internet Explorer is not supported. Please make sure you are using a supported browser.



Need to update AFTER Submitting? Have the Primary Contact email Ursula at ulittlejohn@ama.org. We will open access for you to edit on the backend and you will receive an email notifying you when your submission is available to edit.


Have any other questions or need an extension on the timeline? Please reach out to Ursula Littlejohn, Assistant Manager of Professional Communities, at ulittlejohn@ama.org

Thank you for taking to the time to submit your FY24 Professional Chapter Annual Reporting.  In accordance with Operating Standards, chapters are required to report specific information to the AMA Support Center on a monthly and annual basis. This information helps us provide the support and resources you need to be successful.
Reporting Deadline: Wednesday, January 31, 2024


Required Reporting


Documents to Submit:

  • Q2 Income Statement
  • Q2 Balance Sheet
  • Submit Updated FY24 Strategic Plan (If Relevant)

Questions to Answer:

  • Status on FY24 Strategic Goals
  • Update on FY24 Board Role Vacancies
  • Status Update on FY25 Succession Planning 
  • Status Update on Programming Efforts
  • Status Update on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Efforts

Guidelines:

  • Create an Account (Or Login to Existing): You will need to create a free Submittable account or sign in with Google or Facebook credentials to submit your form.
  • Primary Contact: We recommend designating a primary point person to coordinate your chapter reporting. While multiple people will likely be a part of preparing the information, a singular point of contact keeps everything streamlined.
  • Invite Collaborators: Simply select the "Invite Collaborators" button on the top right once you begin the form to get assistance from others on your team.
  • Editing Form: Don't have all your reports yet? No problem. You can edit your submission at any time with updated information. Just "Save Draft" or request to edit the submission when you are ready.
  • File Naming Conventions: Pay close attention to the file type and naming conventions listed for each report. Please adhere to them.
  • Confirmation: You will receive a confirmation email once you have submitted your reporting. This email will have additional information worth reviewing.
  • Technology: This platform works best on Google Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Internet Explorer is not supported. Please make sure you are using a supported browser.



Need to update AFTER Submitting? Have the Primary Contact email Ursula at ulittlejohn@ama.org. We will open access for you to edit on the backend and you will receive an email notifying you when your submission is available to edit.


Have any other questions or need an extension on the timeline? Please reach out to Ursula Littlejohn, Assistant Manager of Professional Communities, at ulittlejohn@ama.org

Thank you for taking to the time to submit your FY24 Professional Chapter Annual Reporting.  In accordance with Operating Standards, chapters are required to report specific information to the AMA Support Center on a monthly and annual basis. This information helps us provide the support and resources you need to be successful.
Reporting Deadline: Tuesday, April 30, 2024

Required Reporting

Documents to Submit:

  • Q3 Income Statement
  • Q3 Balance Sheet


Questions to Answer: 

  • Status on FY24 Strategic Goals
  • Confirm Completion of FY25 Board Elections / Updated Roster
  • Board Role Vacancies for FY25
  • Status Update on Programming Efforts
    • Number of In-Person Events in Q3: 
    • Number of Virtual or Hybrid Events in Q3:
    • Number of Mentorship Program Participants (if applicable): 
  • Status Update on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Efforts

Guidelines:

  • Create an Account (Or Login to Existing): You will need to create a free Submittable account or sign in with Google or Facebook credentials to submit your form.
  • Primary Contact: We recommend designating a primary point person to coordinate your chapter reporting. While multiple people will likely be a part of preparing the information, a singular point of contact keeps everything streamlined.
  • Invite Collaborators: Simply select the "Invite Collaborators" button on the top right once you begin the form to get assistance from others on your team.
  • Editing Form: Don't have all your reports yet? No problem. You can edit your submission at any time with updated information. Just "Save Draft" or request to edit the submission when you are ready.
  • File Naming Conventions: Pay close attention to the file type and naming conventions listed for each report. Please adhere to them.
  • Confirmation: You will receive a confirmation email once you have submitted your reporting. This email will have additional information worth reviewing.
  • Technology: This platform works best on Google Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Internet Explorer is not supported. Please make sure you are using a supported browser.



Need to update AFTER Submitting? Have the Primary Contact email Ursula at ulittlejohn@ama.org. We will open access for you to edit on the backend and you will receive an email notifying you when your submission is available to edit.


Have any other questions or need an extension on the timeline? Please reach out to Ursula Littlejohn, Assistant Manager of Professional Communities, at ulittlejohn@ama.org

Thank you for taking to the time to submit your FY24 Professional Chapter Annual Reporting.  In accordance with Operating Standards, chapters are required to report specific information to the AMA Support Center on a monthly and annual basis. This information helps us provide the support and resources you need to be successful.


Reporting Deadline: Wednesday, July 31, 2024

Required Reporting

Documents to Submit:

  • End of Year Income Statement
  • End of Year Balance Sheet
  • Updated Constitution and Bylaws (if relevant)


Questions to Answer:

  • Update on FY24 Strategic Goals
  • Board Role Vacancies for FY25
  • Status Update on Programming Efforts
    • Number of In-Person Events in Q4
    • Number of Virtual or Hybrid Events in Q4:
    • Number of Mentorship Program Participants (if applicable): 
  • Status Update on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Efforts

Guidelines:

  • Create an Account (Or Login to Existing): You will need to create a free Submittable account or sign in with Google or Facebook credentials to submit your form.
  • Primary Contact: We recommend designating a primary point person to coordinate your chapter reporting. While multiple people will likely be a part of preparing the information, a singular point of contact keeps everything streamlined.
  • Invite Collaborators: Simply select the "Invite Collaborators" button on the top right once you begin the form to get assistance from others on your team.
  • Editing Form: Don't have all your reports yet? No problem. You can edit your submission at any time with updated information. Just "Save Draft" or request to edit the submission when you are ready.
  • File Naming Conventions: Pay close attention to the file type and naming conventions listed for each report. Please adhere to them.
  • Confirmation: You will receive a confirmation email once you have submitted your reporting. This email will have additional information worth reviewing.
  • Technology: This platform works best on Google Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Internet Explorer is not supported. Please make sure you are using a supported browser.



Need to update AFTER Submitting? Have the Primary Contact email Ursula at ulittlejohn@ama.org. We will open access for you to edit on the backend and you will receive an email notifying you when your submission is available to edit.


Have any other questions or need an extension on the timeline? Please reach out to Ursula Littlejohn, Assistant Manager of Professional Communities, at ulittlejohn@ama.org

The AMA-Irwin-McGraw-Hill Distinguished Marketing Educator Award honors living marketing educators for distinguished service and outstanding contributions in marketing education.

Eligibility

All Marketing educators who have made sustained contributions to marketing over an extended period of time are eligible. Such contributions should take a variety of forms and should not be limited to a single professional achievement such as research or administration.

Nominations are invited from individuals and marketing departments. The nominations must include:

  • A letter (not to exceed four pages) summarizing the nominee’s creative accomplishments, public service, research, teaching, and service contributions to the marketing profession (please include a citation count from Web of Science and Google Scholar).
  • ​​​A current curriculum vita for the nominee.​
  • In addition to the nomination letter, the nominator must submit a one-page summary of the nominee’s citations that includes: (1) total Web of Science citation count, (2) total Google Scholar count, and (3) a list of the nominee’s ten most-cited publications (based on Google Scholar), with both the Google Scholar and Web of Science citation count for each article, ideally with links to articles for ease of access.

Six criteria are considered when evaluating nominees for the award:

  1. ​General Creativity/Innovativeness
  2. Administrative Contributions
  3. Teaching and Mentoring
  4. Public Service
  5. Research Contributions
  6. Service to the Marketing Profession

Click here to learn more about this award.


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This award aims to recognize a scholar who has published an article early in his/her career in an AMA Journal (Journal of Marketing, Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of International Marketing, Journal of Interactive Marketing, or Journal of Public Policy &  Marketing). The selected article pushes boundaries and introduces novel theories and/or conceptual frames to better understand consumers, markets, and marketing actions.

Eligibility

The recognized article will either be directly based on the scholar’s dissertation or on research conducted and published by the scholar in the first five years after graduating with a Ph.D. in marketing (or related disciplines). The substantive domains of inquiry would be in areas that were heavily influenced by Professor Lusch’s work – marketing channels, retailing, service marketing, consumer culture theory, transformative consumer research, and innovation.

The scholar will also be evaluated based on their demonstration of contributions in other areas of scholarship and a tradition of service demonstrated by Robert Lusch to the discipline.


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Students completing the requirements for their doctoral degrees in marketing and consumer behavior-related topics between October 1, 2022 and September 30, 2023 are invited to enter the annual John A. Howard/AMA Doctoral Award Competition.

Graduates from doctoral programs in any part of the world are invited to participate. The award is given annually at the AMA Winter Academic Conference.

A team of reviewers will be appointed by the award chairs to review the submissions. A double-blind review procedure will be followed to review the papers based on the following criteria:
 

  • Importance of the research question/issue to marketing
  • Conceptual rigor
  • Methodological rigor and technical competence in the execution of the research
  • Value of the findings in contributing to knowledge in marketing
  • Value of the findings to marketing practitioners and other stakeholders
  • Originality of the research 


Authors will be notified in mid-December regarding the status of their submission. Click here to learn more about this award.


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Nomination Process

Nominations are invited from individuals and marketing departments.  The nominations should include: 

  1. A letter (not to exceed four pages) summarizing the nominee’s research contributions, creative/innovative accomplishments, and AMA service/participation.
  2. A current curriculum vita for the nominee.

The AMA Fellows Committee will select the 2024 cohort from the nominations received by October 25, 2023.

Carryover Policy: It is committee policy to evaluate a nominee up to three times—the year initially nominated and, if applicable, the subsequent two years. Thus, individuals nominated but not selected for 2024 will also be considered in 2025 and 2026.
 

Questions? Contact the chair of the 2024 AMA Fellows Cohort Committee: 2023-24 Immediate Past President of the AMA Academic Council, Maura Scott (mlscott@business.fsu.edu). Please cc T.J. Anderson, tjanderson@ama.org

Click here to learn more about the AMA Fellows.


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