Accepting Nominations for AIS Awards
Thursday, August 22, 2019
Posted by: Brook Pritchett
The Association for Information Systems offers a number of prestigious awards to its members, honoring their contributions to all aspects of the field of information systems. AIS will accept nominations until October 1, 2019.
Established in 1999, this award, which is named for the world's first business application of computing(The Lyons Electronic Office), recognizes truly outstanding individuals in the field of information systems. All recipients of the LEO Award are outstanding scholars or practitioners who have made a global impact on the field of information systems.
The AIS Fellow Award honors individuals who have made excellent research, teaching, and service contributions to information systems, both on the local and global level.
AIS gives three different annual Technology Awards to deserving members of the information systems community.
AIS Education Awards
The AIS Education Awards are bestowed upon those who have published excellent papers that focus on information systems education at an AIS-sponsored or affiliate conference.
Sandra Slaughter Service Award
The Sandra SlaughterService Award recognizes longstanding members who have provided leadership within the Association, particularly through such activities as participating in the SIGs/chapters/colleges, strengthening the conferences, and participating in AIS-sponsored journals.
Early Career Award
The Early Career Award recognizes individuals in the early stages of their careers who have already made outstanding research, teaching, and/or service contributions to the field of information systems.
Doctoral Student Service Award
The Doctoral Student Service Award recognizes volunteer contributions made by doctoral students toward the success of AIS conferences, journals, and programs.
Outreach Practice Publication Award
The AIS Outreach Practice Publication Award was created to recognize members who successfully transfer research to practitioner audiences in practice-based publications.