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Dr. Kathy Lund Dean is the Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor of Leadership & Ethics at Gustavus Adolphus College. She also serves as the Co-Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Management Education. She is also the co-host of Rockin’ the Publication, a podcast for those interested in being published in academic journals.
She is an award-winning scholar which includes the Maryellen Weimer Scholarly Work on Teaching & Learning Award, the Journal of Management Inquiry “Breaking the Frame” Award, and the Journal of Management Education Fritz Roethlisberger Memorial Award.
Recent Publications by Dr. Lund Dean
- The Ethical Professor: A practical guide to research, teaching and professional life
- The scholarship of teaching and learning: Changing the dominant narrative about (and in) research institution
- From advocacy to accountability in experiential learning practices
- Academic gerrymandering? Expansion and expressions of academic work
Quotes From This Episode
- "I think probably one of the biggest things that I’ve come to realize is that the whole publishing enterprise is a conversation...thinking about your scholarship, not in these sort of atomistic chunks, but as part of a larger conversation that both precedes what you’re doing, and will also generate more work and more conversation and more wisdom, and more practical outcomes."
- On publishing... "The analogy that I use when I'm doing a lot of outreach is 'merging into traffic.' I grew up in Chicago and so when you're merging onto the Dan Ryan, there are lots of other people you have to take into account, right? Nobody's blindly merging onto the Kennedy! And so all those other cars are people having, not the same conversations, but similar conversations, and how does your work contribute to merging into that traffic of a conversation?"
- "I’m totally convinced...I’m absolutely convinced that the difference between people who are very well published, and people who are not well-published, is this ability to separate themselves from them or from their work."
Resources Mentioned in this Episode