Faculty presentations and publications, Dec. 6 -17

Monday, December 16, 2013 6:30:00 PM

Dr. Mette Baran, assistant professor in the doctoral leadership studies department, and Dr. Roger J. Baran published an article, "Measuring the Relative Importance of Outcomes from International Study Tours," in The International Journal of Learner Diversity and Identities.

Dr. Mark Gesner, assistant professor and faculty chair of community engaged learning & leadership in the College of Business and Management, earned his doctorate in leadership for the advancement of  learning and service in higher education from Stritch in December 2013. His dissertation is titled, “Relationships Yield Mutually Beneficial Results: The Critical Role of Campus Leaders in Creating and Sustaining Effective Community Partnerships.”

Dr. Peter Jonas, professor in the doctoral leadership department, presented “Learning How to Use Humor to Enhance Leadership, Communities, and Student Success” for the University of Wisconsin- Green Bay Institute for Learning Partnership in October 2013. Jonas presented two sessions, “Developing a Positive Culture through Leadership” and “Enhancing Leadership through Humor,” at the Midwest Academy of Management conference in Milwaukee in October 2013. Jonas also served as a keynote speaker for the Racine Youth Offender Correctional Institute, presenting “Building Your Career through Education” in November 2013.

Dr. Amy Toson, professor in the College of Education and Leadership, had an article, “Delivering on Equity: Implications for Decision-makers,” published in the December 2013 policy brief from The Swift Center’s School-wide Integrated Framework for Transformation.