Major HBR cases concerns on a whole industry, a whole organization or some part of organization; profitable or non-profitable organizations. To make a detailed case analysis, student should follow these steps: Case study method guide is provided to students which determine the aspects of problem needed to be considered while analyzing a case study.
Many times these last few months, the Faculty Senate has demonstrated its indispensable role as an arena for deliberation. Having served in the Senate in the past including four years as chair or co-chairI am eager now to return.
My research is on state legislative politics, urban politics, race and ethnicity, institutional development in the U. Senate, and party polarization. I serve currently as chair of the Political Science Department. Since my first years in Rochester, I have been involved in an array of university affairs—including committees focused on diversity and inclusion, family-friendly policies, the first-year experience, residential life, the Rochester Curriculum, the Interfaith Chapel, communications, and alumni outreach.
My husband and I live in the city, coexisting happily with three dogs and six chickens. My teaching activities are primarily in the field of Biochemistry, where I have developed a number of undergraduate and graduate courses and teaching modules. One of my major educational interests is providing research opportunities for underrepresented minorities.
My major motivation for joining the Faculty Senate is to do my part to promote a culture of exemplary scholarship, inclusivity and respect at the university.
I joined the Department of Anthropology inwhere I have served as Director of Graduate Studies for twelve years, and as Department Chair for eleven years. At the university level, I have served on a number of faculty committees in their formative years. After the reorganization of the Senate inI was the first faculty member to chair the meetings of the Faculty Senate in I was the first chair of the Humanities Project in I was an elected member of the Decanal College Review Committee in As a member of the Senate, I will continue to advocate for a greater role in university governance by elected faculty members and in grievance procedures by committees made up of faculty peers.
Bryan Gopaul Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership, Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development My teaching and research focus on exploring how privilege, hierarchy, advantage, and marginalization are manifested in various higher educational contexts. Specifically, I have assessed the socialization of doctoral students in Engineering and Philosophy, governance reform and decision-making processes at universities in Kazakhstan, and the changing academic profession.
My current research seeks to examine the experiences of post-doctoral researchers, links between faculty mobility and institutional leadership, and civic engagement priorities at research universities. I employ interactive and inclusive teaching techniques that acknowledge and celebrate multiple ways of learning.
Further, I completed a post-doctoral research fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania and served as the graduate student representative for Division J Post-Secondary Education of the American Educational Research Association.
My interest to join the Faculty Senate is rooted in my commitment to link my scholarship with institutional efforts to examine and to advocate for inclusive practices. As a member of the faculty senate, I will promote excellence in education, advocate for diversity and support a stress-free campus environment.
Before joining UR in I received a PhD in physics, a Masters in Public Administration, worked in business, and completed postdoctoral fellowships in neuroscience, as well as various internships at NGOs and for-profits. For the past two years I have been a member of the Faculty Council.
I am running for Faculty Senate with the goal to increase diversity of viewpoints reflecting the international and multicultural nature of UR. In particular, my upbringing in East Germany and my time spent in different countries have sensitized me to the importance of clear and fair rules, and the importance of listening to all stakeholders before making important decisions.
My research is in number theory, specifically the interplay between arithmetic, geometry, and analysis. In addition to research and teaching, I am active in outreach and supervising undergraduate research.
I have regularly attended the Faculty Senate meetings over the past 2 years. My motivation to join the Faculty Senate at this time stems from the need for faculty engagement related to policy decisions surrounding recent events at the University.
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