Kathy Lund Dean
Although always good to be home, my Erskine Fellowship at the University of Canterbury was amazing and a huge challenge to successfully bring experiential learning methods to the Organizational Behavior course and its 200 students. The faculty in the College of Business & Law were so welcoming and helpful. The diversity course I also team taught will be a great one to bring back to Gustavus students.
Next up is the May, 2105 launch of a new interactive teaching and learning publication, Management Teaching Review, for which Jeanie Forray and I are serving as founding co-editors. The site will go live by mid-May, accepting short, targeted, and immediately useful teaching tools and resources. A companion to the Journal of Management Education, it is the OBTS Teaching Society for Management Educator's latest initiative!
I will be keeping my Economics and Management blog going, so please visit it!
Here is my c.v. updated in May, 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|