B.Sc. - Bentley College, USA M.B.A. - Bentley College, USA Ph.D. - University of North Carolina Amy L. Kenworthy (Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) is Professor of Management and Director of the Centre for Applied Research in Learning, Engagement, Andragogy and Pedagogy. She has been a service-learning practitioner and author for over 17 years and has served as guest editor for special issues on service-learning in the Academy of Management Learning & Education, the International Journal of Case Method Research & Application, the Journal of Management Education and the International Journal of Organizational Analysis. She has published numerous articles in leading academic journals including the Journal of Applied Psychology, the Journal of Business Ethics and the Journal of Management Inquiry. Dr. Kenworthy is recognized as an expert in the area of management education and service-learning. She is a board member of the Journal of Management Education and is actively involved in the Organizational Behavior Teaching Society. Moreover, she is contributes to a number of international research projects focused on increasing learning & teaching practices at the tertiary level.
Can we fix it? Yes we can!: Daring to care about teaching in a multicultural classroom (with George A. Hrivnak and Louise J. Mulligan), 2010 Academy of Management annual meeting - Dare to care: Passion and compassion in management practice and research (2010)
Careers in transition: Job loss, unemployment and dislocation. Toward authenticity or defeat: The jolting effect of layoff (with Suzanne C. de Janasz and Maury Peiperl), 2010 Academy of Management annual meeting - Dare to care: Passion and compassion in management practice and research (2010)
No more reinventing the service-learning wheel: Presenting a diverse compilation of best practice “how to” articles (with Charles Fornaciari), Journal of management education (2010)
In terms of the management education literature, to date there have been a...
Service-learning and negotiation: An educational "win-win", Journal of management education (2010)
Negotiation is one of the most popular elective business courses offered across tertiary educational programs...
Charging forward into the unscripted future: Following the script of interconnected action (with Laurie N. DiPadova-Stocks), International journal of organizational analysis (2010)
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to provide a context for the compilation...
Community engagement in contemporary legal education: Pro bono, clinical education and service-learning (with Patrick Keyzer and Gail S. Wilson), Teaching and learning papers (2009)
Service-based consulting projects: Real world, real time, real pressure learning in negotiation (with George A. Hrivnak and Jane Murray), Innovations in teaching and learning: Approaches to professional development from across the disciplines (2010)
Negotiation is defined as an interpersonal process in which two or more parties attempt to...
Service-learning and university law programs: Engaging students at every level, Community engagement in contemporary legal education: Pro bono, clinical legal education and service-learning (2009)
Service-learning is a form of engagement. It is a pedagogical tool aimed at fostering development...
Creating paths forward for service-elearning: A ten-year review of the Michigan journal of community service learning, Business papers (2008)
The emergence of the term service-eLearning stems from the recent shift in our...
A service-learning framework for enacting social change: Engaging 30,000+ people in an international anti-bullying program in less than one year (with Sarah Benson, Jeffrey Brand, and George Hrivnak), International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE) (2011)
Explicating the how of service-learning: A proposal for the use of Schwartz's value theory (with George Hrivnak), International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE) (2011)
The service-learning scholarship antinome: Our research is focused on educating students yet we neglect the education literature (with George Hrivnak), International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE) (2011)
Gather 'round the experiential fire! (with George Hrivnak, Ruth Axelrod, Stephen Ralph Axley, Bill Ferris, Jeanie M. Forray, Jennifer S. A. Leigh, Tim McMahon, Margie Parikh, and Peter Brown Vaill), Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference (OBTC) (2011)
Gather around the experiential fire once again to experience and enjoy a collection of engaging...