Kathy Lund Dean
After being in the planning stages for a couple of years, it is hard to believe we are leaving for New Zealand and my Erskine Fellowship at the University of Canterbury in about two weeks. Integrating experiential learning methods with my colleague Dr. Sarah Wright will be a cultural and logistical challenge to which I am looking forward! Cultural, because New Zealand's higher educational system does not by and large use experiential learning, and logistical, because our courses are really big! The Organizational Behavior course, for example, enrolls 200 students. I have never used engaged learning tools with so many students, so I look forward to learning a lot.
I will be keeping my Economics and Management blog going, so please visit it!
Here is my c.v. updated in early 2015.
Ph.D. Organizational Behavior and Ethics, Saint Louis University; Master of Management [M.M.], Aquinas College; B.A., French and Business double major program, University of Notre Dame [Go Irish]
Areas of Expertise
ethical decision-making among entry to mid-level managers, spiritual and religious expression in the workplace & how disputes about expression get resolved, and issues surrounding student disengagement
|Synonym||Title||Times Taught||Terms Taught|
|E/M-261||Organizational Behavior||3||2014/FA, 2014/SP, and 2013/SP|
|E/M-251||Ethics in Bus & Econ||1||2014/FA|