UNM Anderson professor selected as 2021 Sumner Marcus Prize winner: UNM Newsroom
The University of New Mexico Anderson School of Management announced that Shawn Berman, Anderson Professor of Business and Society, received the 2021 Sumner Marcus Award for his significant contributions to the field of management. This award is presented annually by the Social Issues in Management (SIM) Division of the Academy of Management in recognition and appreciation of outstanding contributions of service and scholarship in the field.
Berman has worked with Anderson since 2007, where he is also Co-Director of the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative College Program. His work has appeared in numerous professional publications, receiving more than 8,500 citations, focusing on the relationships between companies and stakeholders and on measuring the performance of companies against non-financial stakeholders. He is a member of the Editorial Board of Business & Society and Business Ethics Quarterly. He previously served as president of the SIM division, which has more than 2,000 academics worldwide, as well as several program chair positions. Berman is also a member of the boards of directors of three New Mexico nonprofits: the Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, the Bosque School Board of Trustees, and the Harwood Museum Board of Governors.
The award brings UNM into an elite club, among just three other universities to have multiple Sumner Marcus recipients, joining Cal-Berkeley, the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Northern Iowa.
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