Fetzer Scholarship Recipients

Fetzer Institute is a private foundation created by John E. Fetzer in 1962 with a vision of a transformed world, powered by love, in which all people can flourish.  Their mission is “To help build the spiritual foundation for a loving world.” One of their strategic initiatives is to partner with higher education organizations that are in alignment with this vision and mission. The Management, Spirituality and Religion (MSR) Interest Group at the Academy of Management is a higher education professional association that is very much in alignment with this vision. 

The Fetzer Institute has been providing scholarships that allow new and emerging MSR researchers to attend the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Because of the unusual circumstances and the annual meeting going virtual in 2020 and 2021, they were able to support more scholars than originally planned. This implies that another 10 scholars will receive a scholarship in 2022 for attending this year's annual meeting.


Call for Applications 2022
For more information on how to apply for an MSR Fetzer scholarship, click here.  (Due date: May 10, 2022)


2021 Scholarship Recipients

Diego Arias - IESE, University of Navarra, Spain
Maricel Balatbat - De La Salle University, Philippines
Balwinder Beasley - Case Western Reserve University, US
Amanda Blake - Case Western Reserve University, US
Denver Bingski Daradar - De La Salle University, Philippines
Himanshu Dhaka - Tata Institute of Social Sciences, India
Vanessa Englert - Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Germany
Antony Froggett - Northumbria University, UK
Stacey Guenther - Antioch University, US
Vikram Gulati - Maharishi International University, US
Jeannel King - Saybrook University, US
Nayele Macini - Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Elham Malik - Indian Institute of Technology, India
Amelia Naim - Sekolah Tinggi Manajemen IPMI, Indonesia
Jean Michel Owono-Ndi - Université Paris 2, France
Raysa Rocha - University of Beira Interior, Portugal
Mudassira Sarfraz - University of Warsaw, Poland, Poland
Ayatakshee Sarkar - Tata Institute of Social Sciences, India
Hermella Tekle - George Washington University , US
Roman Terekhin - Case Western Reserve University, US
Welmoed van Hoogen - Netherlands



2020 Scholarship Recipients

Aditya Agrawal - Indian Institute Of Technology Bombay, India
Sauvik Kumar Batabyal - Indian Institute Of Technology Delhi, India
Susan Brownlee - Eastern University, US
Geoffrey Bwireh - University Of Nairobi, Kenya
Angela Chen - University Of Melbourne, Australia
Nicole Dillard - Northern Kentucky University, US
Wayne Johnson - Cornell (Johnson School), US
Muhammad Kamran - Alcide De Gasperi University Of Euro Regional Economy, Warsaw, Poland
Naama Katan - University Of Haifa , Israel
Ma. C. P. Assumpta Marasigan - De La Salle University, Philippines
Muhammad Farrukh Moin - Tongji University, Shanghai, China
Giorgia Nigri - Lumsa, Italy
Jenni Puroila - Stockholm School Of Economics, Sweden
Danny Sandra - Universiteit Antwerpen, Belgium
Sadhna Sargam - Indian Institute Of Technology Bombay, India
Chararinchon (Rin) Satian - The National Institute Of Development Administration, Thailand
Toyoko Sato - Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Satya Shankar Banerjee - Xavier University, Bhubaneswar, India
Heechan Song - Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Christina Walker - University Of Redlands, US



2019 Scholarship Recipients

Afra Ahmed - United Arab Emirates
Elizabeth Luckman - US
Jamila Alaktif - France
Lasse Lychnell - Sweden
Claudio Senna Venzke - Brazil
Anastacia Mamobola - South Africa
Ayesha Sengupta - US
Chitra Khari - India
Srinanth Dissanayake - New Zealand
Issaka Tettej - Turkey
Julia Hufnagel - Germany
Usman Riaz Mir - Pakistan
Omer Taki - France
Ineya Levi Bitchoka - France
Patrick Aure - Philippines
Roberta Sferrazzo - Italy
Semih Ceyhan - Turkey