Kathy Lund Dean
When will the temperature get above zero, I wonder?
As of January 1, my co-editor-in-chief responsibilities (along with Jeanie Forray) for the Journal of Management Education have kicked in. It's a great honor to have been elected to this position for the next 18 months. Of particular interest is a special issue coming out mid-2014 about how we should put the Carnegie report into action in management education. "Rethinking Management Education" is a real challenge to re-integrate traditional liberal learning with the need to prepare students for the business world.
Looking forward to the Community-Based Learning Academy in early February and heading to the Phillips neighborhood in the Cities for a World Cafe session with community groups. I am part of the Community Engaged Scholars Fellows for the 2013-2014 years, looking forward to fostering community-engaged learning with others around campus.
Per usual I am trolling for comments on my ethics blog! I blog regularly for the Academy of Management's ETHICIST column, and my section covers topics about ethics in teaching. I would love Gustie faculty reactions!
Here is my c.v. from January 2014.
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
E/M-261 (Organizational Behavior)
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