Since 2011, the ILead research team has been conducting foundational research on engineering leadership in two institutional contexts: workplaces and classrooms. Through our research, we have contributed to international scholarly discussions on engineering leadership, teamwork, engineering ethics and equity, undergraduate student experience and university-to-work transitions. Our research depends on insights drawn from a growing community of engineers and human resource professionals working in engineering intensive organisations. A third research context involves evaluating and analyzing ILead’s impact. All of our work is designed to serve ILead’s institutional vision – engineers leading change to build a better world. To learn more about ILead’s research initiatives, please contact Cindy Rottmann at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Potential Thesis Projects
ILead is building its capacity to supervise undergraduate and graduate students interested in writing theses on engineering leadership education. To learn more, please contact email@example.com.
2017-2018 ILead Research Seminar Series
|Date/Time||Location||Speaker(s)||Institutional Affiliation||Seminar Title|
|October 18, 2017|
|WB215||Gregg Warnick & Alan Parkinson||College of Engineering and Technology, Brigham Young University||Taking the Road Less Traveled: Institutionalizing Leadership Development at a Large College of Engineering and Technology|
|November 16, 2017|
|WB215||Gerard Seijts||Ivey Business School, Western University||What is Leader Character and How Does It Influence How We Lead?|
|January 11, 2018|
|WB215||Mary Crossan||Ivey Business School, Western University||Elevating & Activating Leader Character Alongside Competence|
|February 7, 2018|
|WB215||Bill Schell||College of Engineering, Montana State University||Understanding Leadership Identity and Leadership Development Experiences of Engineering Students|
|March 7, 2018|
|GB202||Erin A. Cech||Department of Sociology, University of Michigan||Professional Culture and Inequality in Engineering|
|March 28, 2018|
|WB215||Alison Olechowski||MIE & ILead, University of Toronto||Leadership and Decision-making in Complex Engineering Design Projects|