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The Graaskamp Award (decided by a vote of no less than two-thirds [66%] of the Committee) recognizes extraordinary iconoclastic thought and/or action throughout a person’s career in the development of a multi-disciplinary philosophy of real estate.    

[Not given 1991, 1993-4, 1996, 1997-9, 2001-3, 2007-9, 2013]

1990 James R. Webb

1992 Hugh Nourse

1995 William N. Kinnard, Jr

1997 Stephen Roulac

2000 Maury Seldin

2004 Glenn Mueller

2005 Richard Graff

2006 Michael S. Young

2010 James B. Kau

2012 C.F. Sirmans

2014 Elaine M. Worzala

2015 Norman G. Miller

2016 Len Zumpano

2017 Mauricio "Mo" Rodriguez

 

The David Ricardo Medal (decided by a vote of no less than two-thirds [66%] of the Committee) recognizes a person who has created a significant body of published research in academic and refereed professional journals, spanning at least two decades, that includes multiple important, influential writings in journals and/or books.  This award represents the highest recognition by ARES of scholarly work in the real estate discipline. for contributions to the body of real estate knowledge that are highly regarded by real estate academics, and that have been adopted and used by practitioners.

2004 James R. Webb

2005  David Geltner

2006 CF Sirmans

2007 Patric Hendershott

2008 Stephen Roulac

2009 James D. Shilling

2010 David C. Ling

2011 Dennis Capozza

2012 Donald A. Haurin

2013 John F. McDonald

2014  Colin Lizieri

2015 Geoffrey Turnbull

2016 Jeffrey D. Fisher

2017 G. Stacy Sirmans

The Richard Ratcliff Award (decided by a vote of no less than three fifths [60%] of the Committee) recognizes a significant single innovative research contribution that extends the real estate discipline, introduces a new paradigm, and “pushes the envelope” of real estate knowledge.

2005 Stephen Roulac

2006 Ko Wang

2007 Jeffrey D. Fisher

2008 Alastair Adair

2009 Julian Diaz

2010 Glenn R. Mueller

2011 Arthur L. Schwartz, Jr.

2012 Kenneth M. Lusht

2013 Norman G. Miller

2014 Michael Lacour-Little

2016 Patric Hendershott

 

The Kinnard Young Scholar Award (decided by a vote of no less than three fifths [60%] of the Committee) originally recognized an outstanding young real estate scholar under the age of 40, but was amended to recognize an outstanding scholar in an earlier stage of the academic career. Although it is possible that this award might recognize a single research work product, more likely it would acknowledge work that would be reflected in multiple publications for outstanding research contributions in the early years of a researcher’s career. This award is to be given annually or less frequently depending upon receipt of qualified nominations. The Committee consists of the voting members of the ARES Executive Committee.

2005 Mauricio "Mo" Rodriguez

2006 Randy I. Anderson

2007 David Harrison

2008 Carlos Slawson

2009 Michael Seiler

2010 Brent C. Smith

2011 Sofia Dermisi

2012 Jain Zhou

2013 Jonathan Wiley and Zhenguo "Len" Lin

2014  Peng Liu

2015 Eli Baracha

2016 Velma Zahirovic-Herbert

2017 Justin D. Benefield

 

The ARES Distinguished Service Award honors people who have diligently served the American Real Estate Society over a decade or more, but may never have been president.  The award is to be given annually, or less frequently, depending upon receipt of qualified nominations. A simple majority of the voting members of the ARES Executive Committee decides the award.Practitioner-Scholar Award – for contributions to the body of real estate knowledge that are highly regarded by real estate academics, and that have been adopted and used by practitioners.

2004 Michael S. Young

2006 Arthur L. Schwartz

2007 Susan L. Nelson

2008 Graeme Newell

2009 Michael Anikeeff

2010 William G. Hardin

2011 Karl Guntermann

2012 Elaine Worzala

2013 Mauricio Rodriguez

2014 Karen M. Gibler

2015 Don Jud and Tom Springer

2016 Ko Wang and Forest Huffman

2017 Robert A. Simons

 


The Pioneer Award recognizes and honors people who are (1) at the end of their career and retiring, and (2) have made a lasting contribution of some kind to real estate education and/or research during their career. The award may be given to more than one person each year, annually, or less frequently, depending upon receipt of qualified nominations. .A simple majority of the voting members of the ARES Executive Committee decides the award.

1995 James R. Cooper

1997 Jerome Dasso

1998 Halbert Smith

2002 Gaylon Greer, Steven Kapplin

2003 Arthur L. Schwartz, Jr 

2004 G. Donald Jud

2006 Larry E. Wofford, Jack Harris

2007 Albert F. Egar

2008 Maury Seldin

2009 Jerome J. Dasso

2010 James R. Webb, Theron R. Nelson

2011 James D. Albert and Karl-Werner Schulte

2012 Jeffrey D. Fisher and Karl L. Guntermann

2013 Francois des Rosiers &  Joe Rabianski

2014 Michael Anikeeff and  James B. Kau

2015 C.F. Sirmans

2016 John Williams

2017 Joseph B. Lipscomb and Christopher A. Manning

 

Practitioner-Scholar Award – This award represents the highest recognition by ARES of scholarly work in the real estate discipline. for contributions to the body of real estate knowledge that are highly regarded by real estate academics, and that have been adopted and used by practitioners.

Practitioner-Scholar Award – This award represents the highest recognition by ARES of scholarly work in the real estate discipline. for contributions to the body of real estate knowledge that are highly regarded by real estate academics, and that have been adopted and used by practitioners.

2014 Steven P. Laposa

2015 Peter Korpacz

2016 Steve Pyhrr

2017 Andrew C. Florance and Jay Spivey

Education Award – This award is granted to a scholar who has made a significant contribution to the advancement of real estate education through innovative teaching methodology, an influential textbook, and/or advancing real estate education around the world.

2015 Susanne Cannon

2016 Paul Goebel

2017 Mark Lee Levine

Special Service awards presented by the American Real Estate Society in recognition of devoted service to the ARES organization.

Melinda “Mindy” Yarling: Presented by the American Real Estate Society in recognition and grateful appreciation of her devoted service in assisting Art Schwartz to plan, locate and negotiate the locations and the hotel/hospitality arrangements for annual conferences of the society.

  

Arthur L. Schwartz, Jr., ARES Meeting Planner, Past President, and University of South Florida – Emeritus: Presented by the American Real Estate Society in recognition and grateful appreciation for 26 years of devoted service as Chair of the Meeting Committee and ARES “world class water” Meeting Planner. 

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