Professor Mark Julien recognized for outstanding teaching
Published on June 07 2011
Professor Mark Julien, from the Department of Organizational Behaviour, Human Resources, Entrepreneurship and Ethics will be receiving recognition at this year's convocation ceremony for his exceptional contributions to teaching.
The Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching is awarded to individuals chosen by selection committees of Faculty members, staff and students from each of the Faculties at Brock. Nominees must have a reputation for superior teaching and be recognized for this quality by students and colleagues. A faculty member from each of Brock's six Faculties has been selected to receive this prestigious award.
Professor Julien received both his Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and Masters of Industrial Relations from Queen's University, and his PhD in Management from Carleton University.
He has several years of private and public sector experience in a variety of human resource functions including training, employment equity/diversity, and recruitment and selection.
Professor Julien has previously taught at both the University of Regina and Carleton University. Throughout his teaching career, he has consistently received very high teaching evaluations from his students and has won several awards for teaching excellence.
Professor Julien's research interests include management education, alternative work arrangements, balancing work and family, and gender and diversity with a special interest in Aboriginal issues in the workplace. He has published in Leadership Quarterly, Public Administration Quarterly and International Journal of Wine Business Research.
Other recipients this year include:
Professor Neta Gordon, Department of English Language and Literature, Faculty of Humanities
Professor Bozidar Mitrovi, Department of Physics, Faculty of Mathematics and Science
Professor Michael Manley-Casimir, Department of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies in Eduction, Faculty of Education
Professor Tim O'Connell, Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences
Professor Tanya Martini, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences
Professor Mark Julien