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Lindner College of Business Professor Jaime Windeler Recognized with the AIS Early Career Award.

Thursday, November 9, 2017 4:00 PM
The Association for Information Systems recognized Lindner College of Business Professor Jaime B Windeler with the Early Career Award for her outstanding research, teaching and/or global service contributions to the field of information systems.  She is one of five recipients in the world who achieved this honor.
Jaime Windeler

Jaime B. Windeler, Assistant Professor of Operations, Business Analytics and Information Systems in the Carl H. Lindner College of Business at the University of Cincinnati, is selected to receive the Association of Information Systems (AIS) Early Career Award. 

The Association for Information Systems (AIS)  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. There are 3-5 recipients selected for the award each year with 1-2 representing each global region – Americas, Europe/Africa, Asia/Pacific. Nominees for the AIS Early Career Award should have made global contributions to the discipline as well as local contributions in the context of their country and region. Nominees should be role models to colleagues and students within the discipline, as well as garner the respect of individuals from outside the discipline and be esteemed for their high levels of professional and personal integrity

Jaime serves as a role model and shares her passion for technology, software development, project management, and process engineering with students and colleagues.  She consistently appears on the Dean’s List of Teaching Excellence and actively engages with UC student organizations, including the Interalliance of Greater Cincinnati and Women in IT and received the Grilliot Award for exemplary service to undergraduate organizations in 2016.

Her research focuses on the management of distributed collaboration and the attraction, motivation, and retention of IT professionals. She is currently working on a number of projects that examine institutional support mechanisms, particularly the role of leadership, in facilitating distributed team performance and supporting workforce diversity and social inclusion. Her research is published or forthcoming in premier outlets such as MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, the Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Information Systems Journal, Production and Operations Management, and the Journal of Organizational Behavior.


About The Association for Information Systems (AIS):  AIS serves society through the advancement of knowledge and the promotion of excellence in the practice and study of information systems. AIS is the premier professional association for individuals and organizations who lead the research, teaching, practice, and study of information systems worldwide.