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Bonnie Whitlow

Aboriginal Student Support Co-ordinator (Brantford Campus)

Areas of Expertise: Haudenosaunee Leadership & Traditions; Aboriginal Culture History and Worldview; Pre-contact History of the Haudenosaunee

Biography: Bonnie is a Mohawk woman, Bear Clan who was born and raised on the Six Nations reserve.  She is a student of traditional onkwehon:we ancestral knowledge.  Bonnie has also dedicated many years to the recovery of her ancestral tongue Mohawk?

519.756.8228 ext.5884

Patricia Genoe McLaren

Associate Professor and Area Coordinator, Business Technology Management

Areas of Expertise: Cold War management history; leadership discourse; leadership development; management of professionals; organizational culture and change; gender and organizations

Biography: My general research focus lies in the areas of management ?

519.756.8228 ext.5938

Lisa Keeping

Undergraduate Business Programs Director & Associate Professor (OB/HRM)

Areas of Expertise: Performance appraisal; Employee recruitment and selection; Leadership

Biography: Dr. Lisa Keeping is an Associate Professor and the Undergraduate Business Programs Director in the School of Business & Economics at Wilfrid Laurier University. Her research examines the process and outcomes of performance evaluations from the?

519.884.0710 ext.2555

Steve Sider

Assistant Professor

Areas of Expertise: Educational leadership; School culture; Global perspective building; Haiti educational leadership; Comparative education; International education; Special education; Inclusive schools

Biography: Dr. Sider teaches leadership courses in the Master of Education program and, in the Bachelor of Education, EU 407 (Special Education) and the Professional Learning Seminar (EU 404). ?

519-884-0710 ext.2832

Amy Christie

Assistant Professor (OB/HRM)

Areas of Expertise: Power; Status; Leadership; Employee well-being

Biography: Amy Christie is an Assistant Professor of OB/HRM in the School of Business and Economics. She completed her PhD at the Queen’s School of Business, Queen’s University. Her research interests surround issues of status, power, and?

519.884.0710 ext.2863

Tim Elcombe

Assistant Professor, Kinesiology & Physical Education

Areas of Expertise: Philosophy of Sport/Physical Culture; Ethics of Sport/Physical Activity; Sport/Physical Culture as a political tool; Use/abuse of Sport Technology (i.e. cheating/ doping); History of Sport and Physical Culture; Coaching & Sport Leadership

Biography: My general area of scholarship focuses on examining sociocultural aspects of sport and human movement. Within this context, the primary emphasis of my research is applying the methods and ideas of pragmatism to philosophical issues related?

519-884-0710 ext.3959

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