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Expertise: Conflict competence in leadership and teams, human rights related to early stages of human life, integration of video assignments in learning and teaching, conflict at the interpersonal and community levels and the national to the international levels and engaging with conflict more constructively.
Communicator, writer and documentary filmmaker includes hundreds of speeches, publications (books, magazines, newspapers, corporate fare), film, radio, television and video. He published two books in 2016, Tar Wars and Scripting the Environment.
Expertise: Environmental communication and environment and democracy.
Archer is the director of the Eric C. Douglass Centre for Entrepreneurial Studies. He has published a number of works including his 2016 book, #WriteIn16: A Field Guide to the 100 Most Presidential Americans.
Expertise: entrepreneurship, experiential learning, microbusiness, microfinance
Bird has produced a series of films exploring Canadian war history and heritage. His latest work, A Moral Awakening, explores the legacy of the atomic bomb on the Délı̨nę First Nation of the Northwest Territories.
Expertise: Remembrance tourism, sustainable tourism, tourism human resource development policy and practice, the visitor experience and war heritage.
Hodson is a frequent media commentator and author for The Conversation Canada.
She maintains an active role as a social media consultant, with clients such as the Canadian Country Music Association. She deleted her Facebook account in 2017.
Expertise: Uses of computer-assisted discourse, analysis of large multimodal online and digital texts, the importance of soft skills for students, Canadian social media use during elections and the future of local news in North America.
Slick held a range of leadership positions with the Canadian Red Cross in 28 years with the organization, including director of disaster management and international services for Western Canada.
Expertise: leading disaster recovery activities in domestic and international contexts, the role of sheltering in disaster management.
Orr works in film on issues of government accountability including duty to document legislation, freedom of information and citizen rights.
Expertise: Written, verbal and visual persuasive rhetoric, advertising and political persuasion, pop culture, including digital micro-rhetoric (Twitter, Facebook and social media) and viral media, and culture and security across the Canada–US border.
Walinga was a member of Canada’s Commonwealth, World and Olympic gold medal rowing teams from 1983 to 1992.
Expertise: Organizational communication, team dynamics and high performance, creative insight and social innovation, workplace health and sport education.