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Professor Emeritus, Psychology
Areas of Expertise: History and philosophy of psychology; Professional and research ethics; Electoral politics
Biography: Interests: Community psychology. Critical history, ethics, and philosophy of scientific and professional psychology. Spiritual and religious development. Drama and theatre. Dr. Walsh Bowers Personal Website
Associate Professor, Program Coordinator, Women and Gender Studies
Areas of Expertise: Feminist theory; Feminist ethics; Theories of love; Gender and consumption; Gender and technology; Contemporary women's novels
Biography: PROGRAMS ?
Areas of Expertise: Environment and ethics; Climate change; Religion; Atheism; Modern Philosophy
Professor, Biology - on sabbatical until June 30, 2016
Areas of Expertise: Pea mutants; Nodule organogenesis; Physiology of nodulation; Plant hormones; Mycorrhizae; Plants and microbes; Rhizobia; Legume transformation; Communication skills in biology; Ethics in science
Biography: Areas of Research: Development and hormonal regulation of root symbiosis (nodulation, mycorrhizae).Selected publications: ?
Contract Academic Staff
Areas of Expertise: Feminist theory; Contemporary Paganism; Environmental ethics; Disability studies; Popular culture; Women and religion
519 884 0710 ext.3626
Assistant Professor (Policy)
Areas of Expertise: Business Strategy; International Strategy; Ethics;
Biography: Dr. Detlev Nitsch is a member of the faculty of Wilfrid Laurier University's School of Business & Economics in Ontario, Canada. He teaches business strategy, international strategy, and ethics at the undergraduate and MBA levels. His current research?
Retired Faculty (Policy)
Areas of Expertise: Canadian Business and Government Relations; Strategic Management; Mission Statements; Business Ethics; Social Issues in Business; Codes of Ethics; Corporate Volunteer Programs; Ethical Investing;
Biography: Dr. Mark Baetz has been with the School of Business and Economics at WLU since 1980. He teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses related to strategic management and corporate social responsibility. Dr. Baetz received an Honourable Mention Award in?
Associate Professor, Society, Culture, and Environment
Areas of Expertise: Science and ethics; Science policy; Environment and ethics; Global warming; Risks and uncertainty
Biography: I grew up in Burlington, Ontario and spent my childhood reading, cycling and discussing Utopias. I went to university to study science and have been employed as a geologist and a chemist. While working for the federal government, I conducted research on?
Associate Dean MSW Program, Professor
Areas of Expertise: Professional ethics; Family therapy; Family Experiences with Child Protection; Family and couple relationships
Biography: I taught couple and family therapy in the Marriage and Family Therapy program at the University of Guelph for sixteen years prior to coming to FSW in January 1999. My research, theoretical interests, and publications are in the following areas:?
519-884-0710 ext.X 5223
Contract Academic Staff
Areas of Expertise: Journalism Law & Ethics; Journalism & Democracy; International Law
Biography: Mr. Rose has been an assistant professor of journalism since 2006. His research interests include journalism theory and practice; freedom of expression, , international law, human rights. ?