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Dean's Lecture Series: Leadership & Trust with Dr. Victoria Handford

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March 14, 2019

Location: Kamloops Library
Address: 100-465 Victoria Street
Time: 12:05pm - 12:55pm
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2019-03-14 12:05:00 2019-03-14 12:55:00 America/Vancouver Dean's Lecture Series: Leadership & Trust with Dr. Victoria Handford Kicking off our spring edition of the TRU Dean’s Lecture Series is Dr. Victoria Handford, an Associate Professor with the Faculty of Education and Social Work Education. Dr. Handford recently completed a large study on school and district leadership, which is expanding into senior leadership teams at the JK-12 level. She is also part of a research team exploring trust in higher education leadership, and has co-authored a book about the lived experiences of faculty in tenure-track. She is currently working on a second book on the topic. Presented in partnership with Thompson Rivers University. This event is free but registration is recommended to save your seat. Register online at www.tnrl.ca (library card holders only) or contact the library at 250-372-5145 or [email protected] Kamloops Library 100-465 Victoria Street [email protected]
Kicking off our spring edition of the TRU Dean’s Lecture Series is Dr. Victoria Handford, an Associate Professor with the Faculty of Education and Social Work Education.

Dr. Handford recently completed a large study on school and district leadership, which is expanding into senior leadership teams at the JK-12 level. She is also part of a research team exploring trust in higher education leadership, and has co-authored a book about the lived experiences of faculty in tenure-track.

She is currently working on a second book on the topic.

Presented in partnership with Thompson Rivers University.

This event is free but registration is recommended to save your seat. Register online at www.tnrl.ca (library card holders only) or contact the library at 250-372-5145 or [email protected]



 
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