ICSC’s researcher award for outstanding service

The International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) is pleased to announce that six research professionals have been awarded the ICSC Research Award for Outstanding Service for 2012. ICSC established the researcher award to recognise industry professionals who have demonstrated a significant commitment and contribution to ICSC’s research programs. This would include, but not be limited to; writing, planning, speaking at ICSC Research events, advising, and having an instrumental role in fostering industry benchmarking through data sharing.

ICSC’s Researcher Award for Outstanding Service has been endorsed by ICSC’s six research committee chairs and vice chairs. This award was established in 2007 following approval by our five research committees—the North American, Canadian, European, Mexican and Asian-Pacific—to recognize researchers who have contributed their time, talents and efforts to various ICSC research initiatives.

The recipients of this year’s scholarships are: Jim DeLisle, Ph.D., Runstad professor of real estate, director of graduate studies, University of Washington, Seattle, Wash.; Robert George, director of market research, Rite Aid, Harrisburg, Pa.;Tony Hernandez, Ph. D, director, Centre for the Study of Commercial Activity (CSCA), Eaton chair in retailing, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario; Herman Kok, associate director of research and concepts international markets, Multi Corporation/ Forum Turkey Fund, Gouda, Netherlands; Joan Naymark, director, market analytics and planning, capital finance; Target Co., Minneapolis, Minn.; and  Deborah Weinswig, managing director, retailing, broad lines, and food & drug chains, Citi Investment Research & Analysis, New York, N.Y.

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