Lynn Kimmel ‘19 (New England, MS) co-authored the paper, “Facilitating biodiversity conservation through partnerships to achieve transformative outcomes, that was published in Conservation Biology Journal. The conservation biologists involved in this paper conducted a comparative study of seven cases. Their “analysis highlights that transformative conservation is facilitated by collaboration through time, trust, and tools.”
PhD in Leadership and Change Student, Integrative Sustainability Coach, Consultant, Speaker, and Trainer LauraLynn Jansen has been awarded the Academy of Management’s 2023 Promising Dissertation Award. The award supports doctoral candidates working in the domain of Management, Spirituality, and Religion (MSR) to develop quality dissertations that can integrate management with spirituality and/or religion, and also reflect novel and/or significant evidence-based theoretical and/or applied contributions to the field. LauraLynn’s dissertation research focuses on elements of humanizing relational interaction, investigating humanizing moments and the intersection of thoughts, actions, and ways of generating meaningful humanizing experiences between individuals.