Foundation / Corporation
Marketing Management Association (MMA)
Awards of $250 and $500 to USA, Canada, and International instructors at academic institutions to recognize outstanding accomplishments in marketing education. Teaching innovations may include meaningful improvements, unique additions, and novel adaptations of existing teaching methods.
For the purposes of this competition, an innovation is a single activity, exercise, project, assignment, method, or event, as opposed to an overall philosophy or strategy in marketing education. Teaching innovations do not have to be entirely new pedagogical methodologies.
This annual competition is held concurrently with the MMA Fall Educators’ Conference to recognize outstanding innovators in marketing education. Three finalists will be selected from the written submissions to present their teaching innovation at the conference. The winning innovation will be selected from the three presentations, with all three recognized at the Awards Luncheon.
Entrants should take reasonable measures to ensure their proposed innovation has not been previously published or recognized as a winner or finalist in a different competition. Please give this investigation due diligence through conversations with colleagues both within and outside of your university, and thorough literature reviews.
GrantWatch ID#: 147597
The top innovation will receive a $500 prize; the other two innovations will each receive a $250 prize.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Papers are to be submitted via the MMA Fall Conference portal: https://forms.gle/eZZnSnNbK1DDyd3PA
If you have any questions, please contact the competition coordinator: Barbara Ross Wooldridge at email@example.com.
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