Research

My research interests primarily fall into two streams. My principle research program is examining the work of International Nongovernmental Organizations (INGOs); more specifically, how INGOs understand, experience and address the issues of accountability and effectiveness within their work, and simultaneously, how the issues of accountability and effectiveness have impacted their work.

I am also actively engaged in research on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). In particular, I have been working on two studies: one focuses on understanding the impact of gender, discipline and academic rank on faculty attitudes towards active, student-centred, and evidence-informed teaching and learning, and the other on investigating the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning landscape in Canada, including a case study of a Canadian Research University.

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