Management professor ‘distinguishes’ herself among outstanding scholars
By Donna Greenwald
Dr. Sherry Sullivan, professor of management, was named an Oxford Journal Distinguished Research Professor in honor of her significant research impact over the years. She is only the second person outside of economics and finance to be selected for this prestigious title which is similar to a lifetime achievement award for research.
She was presented the award at the Cambridge Business & Economics Conference in the United Kingdom where she was a session chair and had a paper.
The management professor is globally renowned for her research in management careers. She has published more than 60 journal articles and was co-author of the book - The Opt-Out Revolt: Why People are Leaving Companies to Create Kaleidoscope Careers and co-editor of Winning Reviews.
Her long list of honors include her latest ones - Outstanding Reviewer for Career Development International in the Emerald Literati Network 2015 Awards for Excellence where only two reviewers were chosen. She was also named Outstanding Reviewer for the Journal of Management History in the Emerald Literati Network 2014 Awards for Excellence.
Dr. Sullivan is a Distinguished Educator for the Southwest Academy of Management and Outstanding Educator for the U.S. Association for Small Business & Entrepreneurship. The BGSU professor earned her Ph.D. in Business Administration, specializing in organizational behavior and human resource management, from The Ohio State University.