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IACM annually recognizes meritorious contributions to the study of social conflict that epitomize the goals and purposes of the association.
Contribution to the Field of Negotiation and Conflict Management
The Lifetime Achievement Award (LAA) recognizes important contributions over the span of a career, particularly to those colleagues who have spanned disciplinary boundaries in their scholarship.
The Jeffrey Z. Rubin award recognizes important contributions to the nexus between theory/research and practice.
This set of awards recognizes an outstanding published journal article or book chapter, and an outstanding book. Another award recognizes young researcher who has produced an outstanding dissertation. These are awarded with the perspective gained two years following their date of publication.
Best Conference Papers & Scholarships
IACM annually recognizes best conference papers (applied, empirical, graduate, and theoretical), as well as graduate student scholarships.
Committees for the Rubin and LAA awards consist of the President, Past-President, and President-Elect and the awards alternate years. Award committees for outstanding publications are chaired by an elected Representative-At-Large and are comprised of at least three Association members. The conference program chair heads a committee to select the best conference papers and partners with the DRRC and AC4 to award student scholarships.