Bill Foster, University of Alberta and the incoming Editor-in-Chief of AMLE, the top teaching & learning journal in business and management studies (ABS 4). He is currently ending his term as associate editor at AMLE in charge of essays, dialogues and interviews and maintains an associate editor role at Qualitative Research in Organizational Methods. His primary research interests in management education are service learning, ethics, undergraduate education, business school rankings, the debate between practice and research and corporate universities. He has taught a number of courses including organizational behaviour, strategy, business ethics, marketing and management. He primarily relies on a Socratic method of teaching by engaging his students through various techniques such as experiential learning, service learning, case studies and classroom discussion. Bill is looking forward to discussing learning & teaching related research projects with ABS staff, for example those that ECRs undertake as part of their PG Cert in Teaching & Learning in Higher Education. He will also discuss the publication process and some of the most important factors to remember when submitting to AMLE.
NB. this event will take place in the Adrian Cadbury lecture theatre.