Mangano Award Nomination Deadline – December 16

From FOI Elayne Greenberg

About the Mangano Award
Given annually through the generosity of esteemed dispute resolution champion Hon. Guy J. Mangano, this $5000 Award honors scholars and practitioners whose published empirical research has furthered the advancement and understanding of the values and skills of dispute resolution.

Nomination Criteria
You are invited to nominate research (your own or someone else’s) published in a nationally respected journal between October 1, 2017 and October 1, 2019. The research should have broad applicability to the dispute resolution field, and includes interdisciplinary research. You can also nominate research focused on dispute resolution in a specific field.

Selection Process
In selecting the award recipient from the pool of nominees, the Mangano Award Committee considers:
•   The significance of the research
•   The quality of the research
•   The innovation of the work
•   The interdisciplinary nature of the research
•   The extent it has begun to impact the field
•   The reputation of the investigator(s) who conducted the research has(ve) and their the capacity to continue to be agent(s) of change

Submit Your Nomination(s)
To nominate research for the 2019 Mangano Award, please submit the following materials using our online submission form:
•   Article abstract
•   Link to the published article
•   Description of how the research is influencing the values and practices of the field, including citations to the research and sharing how the research results will be promoted going forward (limit: two pages 12-point, double-spaced)

All nomination materials can be received from Monday, November 18, 2019 to Monday, December 16, 2019 at noon EST.

More Information
To learn more about the 2020 Mangano Dispute Resolution Advancement Award, or if you have any questions about the nomination process, please email Elayne E. Greenberg.

Elayne E. Greenberg
Assistant Dean for Dispute Resolution Programs
Professor of Legal Practice
Director, Hon. Hugh L. Carey Center for Dispute Resolution
St. John’s University School of Law

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