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Articles and Theses of Interest

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Ph.D. Status Title   of Thesis/Article
Dual Credit Programs, Transfer credits and   pathways
Whitaker,   ChristopherPresident,   Humber College 2011 The Impact of Dual Credit on College Access and   Participation: An Ontario Case Studyhttps://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/handle/1807/29641
Philpott-Skilton,   LindaDean, School of Environment and Natural   Resources, Fleming Collegelinda.skilton@flemingcollege.ca Completed 2013 High School/College Transitions: A Case Study   Examining the Impact of a Dual Credit Program at Fleming Collegehttps://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/handle/1807/35928
Borovolis, RenaProfessor, Liberal Arts & Science Humber   CollegeRena.Borovilos@humber.ca In progress – 2014 Case study of Dual Credit Students Performance at  Humber College
Khaja, AishaAdvisor, Ontario Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs 2013 Exploring the Evolution of Credit Transfer   Policy: Implications on the Role and Interplay between Colleges and   Universitieshttp://hdl.handle.net/1807/35559
Ellis, GaryProgram Head Justice Studies, The University of   Guelph Humbergary.ellis@guelphhumber.ca 2005 Inter-Institutional Collaboration in Ontario Higher   Education: A Case Study of the Diploma-Degree Justice Studies Program at the   University of Guelph-Humberhttp://library.calstate.edu/sanfrancisco/articles/record?id=FETCH-proquest_dll_9323679111
Human Resources Issues:
Gannon, GaryCollege: Durham College, Program   Coordinator and Professor, HRMgary.gannon@durhamcollege.ca Completed 2013 Human Resources Programming and Its Impact On Leadership Within   Governing Boards of Ontario Community Collegeshttp://hdl.handle.net/1807/43566
Cassiani, Alvina (Tesa)(Dean, Faculty of BusinessHumber College)Email: alvina.cassiani@humber.ca Completed 2013 The Impact of Degree-granting Requirements on Faculty Hiring   Policies and Practices: A Case Study of Ontario ITALs
Adamson, NanceyManager, Employee Engagement, Humber Collegenancey.adamson@humber.ca In progress – analysis and writing stage Millennial Employee’ Expectations of the   Workplace: A Case Study of Humber College
Rosenkrantz, OtteChair REB and Professor Centre for Academic   ExcellenceFranshaw College: Centre for   Academic Excellenceorosenkrantz@fanshawec.ca 2014 All in Good Time: The Evolving Role   of Faculty in Ontario Collegeshttp://hdl.handle.net/1807/43708
Dietze, Beverlie 2005 Beyond the Faculty Contract: Exploring Value-added   and Discretionary Work in Ontario’s Community Collegeshttp://cclp.mior.ca/files/8412/4673/8938/Dietze.pdf
Leadership and Organisational   Culture:
West-Moynes, MaryLynn(President, Georgian College) Completed 2012  A Study of   Organizational Culture in Ontario Colleges with High Student Satisfactionhttp://hdl.handle.net/1807/32848
 Kevin RamdasCollege: Humber College, Program Coordinator,   Wireless Telecommunications.Email: kevin.ramdas@humber.ca Close to completion A comparative study of three colleges that explores   how they have responded to new provincial legislation in Ontario on   degree-granting and greater autonomy, expansion of mission to include applied   research etc
 Heather Kelly EdD 2009  International Education:   The Construction of a ‘New’ Professionalism    (2009). This study included interviews with staff of both   college and university international student departments.http://hdl.handle.net/1807/19151
Anne Caroline CharlesCollege: Conestoga College   Institute of Technology and Advanced LearningEmail: acharles@conestogac.on.ca 2002 Policy   Windows and Changing Arrangements: An Analysis of the Policy Process Leading   to the Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology Acthttp://hdl.handle.net/1807/29681
Callahan, Maureen 2006 Achieving Government, Community and Institutional   Goals for Postsecondary Education through Measurement of Performancehttp://cclp.mior.ca/files/4612/4673/8940/Callahan.pdf
Ryder, TracyCollege: Associate Dean at Humber   CollegeEmail: tracy.ryder@humber.ca 2011 Accommodating the Ethno-cultural   Differences of Students: An Analysis of Ontario Community Collegeshttp://hdl.handle.net/1807/29939
Liz Erwin 2008 The Aboriginal Experience   at Community Colleges
Christa HindsCollege: Humber, Senior HR ConsultantEmail: christa.hinds@humber.ca Close to completion Aboriginal centres in Ontario Colleges
Olga Patricia Gaviria, PhD 2013 Inuit Self Determination and Post Secondary   Education: The Case of Nunavut and Greenland
Peters, Kersley Michael 2004 Black Students and Higher   Education: Dropping Out of Community Collegehttp://cclp.mior.ca/files/2712/4674/0733/Peters.pdf
Professions with a community college link
Jacqueline Limoges PhD 2007 The Hospital Work Experiences of New Nurses: Power   Relations and Resistance within the Professional Project of Caring This thesis included nurses who graduated from a   ‘caring curriculum’ in which Ontario colleges participate.
Moira Grant PhD 2004 Under the Microscope:   ‘Race,’ Gender and Medical Laboratory Science in Canada (2004).   This was an analysis of a national survey of MLTs, which is mostly a college-based   program in Canada.http://search.proquest.com//docview/305072260
Carol Eifert, (Ed.D, HEG) 2003 Rhetoric vs. Reality: Preceptorship in Nursing   Education in Ontario. This thesis compares university and college-trained   nursing graduates
as well as the texts describing their programs at a subset   of Ontario colleges and 
Cameron, Cherylyn 2003 The Lived Experience of Transfer Students in a   Collaborative Baccalaureate Nursing Program
Industry partnerships
Patterson, Dan 2005

Inter-organizational   Collaboration: The Case of College-Auto Industry Partnerships in Ontario



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