Project Management Institute

Research & Academic Awards

Honor a project management researcher or educator.

Our Academic Research Achievement Awards recognize individuals, groups and published works that significantly advanced the concepts, knowledge and practices of project, program and portfolio management.

The call for nominations for the 2020 Research and Academic Awards has been extended through 15 March 2020. Please click on any of the awards listed below for nomination criteria and additional information.

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Resources

  • Academic Programs and Resources

    The PMI Academic Programs department engages with project management faculty, researchers, and students through initiatives and resources to advance the profession of project management and reach emerging project professionals early in their career journey.

Research and Academic Awards

  • PMI Research Achievement Award

    The PMI Research Achievement Award recognizes and honors an individual or group of individuals whose work has significantly advanced the concepts, knowledge, and practices of project management…

  • PMI Linn Stuckenbruck Teaching Excellence Award

    The PMI Linn Stuckenbruck Teaching Excellence Award honors faculty members for excellence in teaching project management curricula in higher education.

  • PMI Scholar-Practitioner Award

    The PMI Scholar-Practitioner Award recognizes and honors an individual or group of individuals for excellence in the conduct of academic research and the adoption or adaptation of research into…

  • PMI David I. Cleland Project Management Literature Award

    The PMI David I. Cleland Project Management Literature Award recognizes the author(s) of a published book that significantly advances project management knowledge, concepts, and practice.

  • PMI Project Management Journal® Paper of the Year Award

    The PMJ Paper of the Year Award recognizes the best paper published in the Project Management Journal® in the previous year. The award highlights the significance of academic research…

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