Each year, the CAIS recognizes outstanding contributions from authors, reviewers and members of the editorial board. Please congratulate those recognized on this page.
Paul Gray Award for the Most Thought Provoking Paper
This award is established in memorandum of the CAIS founding Editor-in-Chief, the late Paul Gray and recognizes a published CAIS paper voted as the most thought provoking paper. The Award Selection Committee for the Paul Gray award is composed of three current and past Editor-in-Chiefs of CAIS (at current: Joey George, Matti Rossi and Jan Recker).
- 2016 Paul Gray Award Winner: Lacity, M., Khan, S., Carmel, E. "Employing U.S. Military Families to Provide Business Process Outsourcing Services: A Case study of Impact Sourcing and Reshoring," Communications of the Association for Information Systems (39:9) 2016, pp 150-175.
- 2015 Paul Gray Award Winner: Niederman, F., Crowston, K., Koch, H., Krcmar, H., Powell, P., and Swanson, E.B. "Assessing IS Research Impact," Communications of the Association for Information Systems (36:7) 2015, pp 127-138.
Best Associate Editor Award
This award is established in recognition of outstanding commitment from a member of the editorial board of CAIS. It is awarded annually by the Editor-in-Chief and announced in January.
- 2016 Best Associate Editor Award Winner: Tina Blegind Jensen, Copenhagen Business School
- 2015 Best Associate Editor Award Winner: Paul Benjamin Lowry, City University of Hong Kong
Best Reviewer Award
This award is established in recognition of outstanding, constructive, timely and developmental contributions from a CAIS reviewer. It is awarded annually by the Editor-in-Chief on basis of nominations from the editorial board and announced in January.
- 2016 Best Reviewer Award Winner: Chitu Okoli, Concordia University
- 2015 Best Reviewer Award Winner: Jeff Proudfoot, Bentley University