Faculty at the Sprott School of Business are active researchers who explore complex management issues through applied, interdisciplinary research. Two faculty members have been recognized by Carleton University for their outstanding contributions to research.
Through her research on Newcomers’ Career Advancement, Luciara Nardon aims to uncover the role of various types of social support in the career path of newcomers. Her study will focus on the experiences of professional migrants working in Canada. This study has important implications to organizations engaged with newcomers as employers or in social support roles. It also has the potential to inform policies related to professional migration.
This award, provided by Carleton’s Office of the Vice-President, Research and International and selected by a committee of past recipients, provides 10 faculty members across campus with funds in support of a research project. View all 2018 recipients of Carleton’s Research Achievement Award.
Francois Brouard’s research on the Trajectories and Identities of Professional Accountants looks at career patterns of professional accountants, examining dimensions of both their professional and personal lives. By looking at the professional and personal trajectories of Chartered Professional Accountants with over 15 years of experience, François and his co-researchers will examine the turning points in an individual’s life. The findings from this research will help younger generations in their career choices, assist in the recruitment of candidates to accounting firms, and offer accounting associations a better understanding of the evolving careers of their members.
The Faculty Research Award is offered jointly by the Sprott School of Business and the Office of the Vice-President, Research and International.
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