2021 ACR VIDEOGRAPHY AWARD

IRIS MOHR WINS
2021 ACR BEST VIDEOGRAPHY AWARD

The Association for Consumer Research (ACR) announced Iris Mohr as the recipient of the 2021 ACR Best Videography Award at its annual conference in October. Her film, “A Manhattan Spring Chronicle: The Untold Maslow Story of COVID-19” was selected out of a pool of 7 films presented at the conference. The winners were selected by the track co-chairs Finola Kerrigan and Eric Li based on evaluations from multiple reviewers who considered this to be outstanding work with the potential to make a significant impact on the discipline. 

“ACR is an extremely competitive conference and this film represents the best of the best”, said Rajiv Vaidyanathan, Executive Director of ACR and Professor of Marketing at the University of Minnesota Duluth. 

 

RAJESH CHANDWANI WINS
2021 ACR BEST FIRST-TIME VIDEOGRAPHY AWARD


The Association for Consumer Research (ACR) announced Rajesh Chandwani as the recipient of the 2021 ACR Best First-Time Videography Award at its annual conference in October. His film, “Violence Against Doctors: A Customer Incivility Perspective” was selected out of a pool of 7 films presented at the conference.  The winners were selected by the track co-chairs Finola Kerrigan and Eric Li based on evaluations from multiple reviewers who considered this to be outstanding work with the potential to make a significant impact on the discipline. 

“ACR is an extremely competitive conference and this film represents the best of the best”, said Rajiv Vaidyanathan, Executive Director of ACR and Professor of Marketing at the University of Minnesota Duluth. 

For more award information and past winners, visit the ACR website at http://www.acrwebsite.org/

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Rajiv Vaidyanathan at acr@acrwebsite.org

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