The International Association for Conflict Management honors scholars who have made a distinguished contribution to the field of conflict management. This contribution should be meaningful and notable and have made a sustained impact on the field and across disciplines. Such contributions may have been made to theory, practice, or empirical research, ranging from but not limited to mathematical modeling, experiments, field investigations, and case studies.
You are invited to nominate candidates for IACM Fellow. Any member or a collective group of members, such as the IACM Advisory Committee, can nominate candidates. Nominees must have been a member of IACM for at least one year. To nominate a candidate, submit a pdf file with the nominee’s current CV and a 2-3 page letter of endorsement that addresses the criteria. This letter might focus on such topics as significance of publications/record of practice, types of contributions, influence of the work, awards and recognition, and national/international outreach of the candidate. Multiple separate letters of support are NOT needed and will not offer any advantage in the process, but the nomination letter could contain names of other individuals who have agreed to endorse the candidate.
The current IACM Fellows are: Bruce Barry, Jeanne Brett, Peter Carnevale, Donald Conlon, William (Bill) Donohue, Dan Druckman, Barbara Gray, Herbert Kelman, Roy Lewicki, Mara Olekalns, Dean Pruitt, Linda Putnam, Evert Van de Vliert, James Wall, William Zartman.
To nominate a candidate, submissions must be received by 3 February, 2020.