On the 8th of November Széchenyi István University’s Doctoral Program in Management had the pleasure to host Prof. John Ryder (American University of Malta) and Professor Ted. A. Paterson (Oregon State University, USA).
First Prof. John Ryder shared his thoughts with the audience regarding his topic which was: The Idea of a University (Emerging roles of higher education in the 21st century).
Prof. Ryder holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Stony Brook University of the State University of New York (1982), and is Provost and Professor of Philosophy Emeritus at the American University of Malta. He has served previously as Professor of Philosophy and Provost at the American University of Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates (2012-2016), Rector of Khazar University in Baku, Azerbaijan (2010-2012), and for 30 years held a range of positions at the State University of New York, from Dean of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Philosophy at SUNY Cortland to Director of the Office of International Programs and Director of the Center on Russia and the United States at the State University of New York System Administration, and he is the author of nearly 100 books and articles.
Professor John Ryder shares his thougnts regarding his topic:
The Idea of a University (Emerging roles of higher education in the 21st century)
After a break the presentations continued with Prof. Ted A. Paterson who presented about his research topic: Ethical Voice: Linking Leadership and Culture to Ethical Behavior, and shared details with the audience about his latest research findings.
Ted A. Paterson is an Assistant Professor of Management in the College of Business at Oregon State University. He received his Ph.D. in Management from the University of Nebraska’s College of Business Administration in 2014. His research focuses on identifying organizational systems and leadership practices that create positive work environments for employees. To date this focus has led him to research contexts that promote ethical voice behaviors, thriving at work, and positive work-related identities. His research has appeared in Journal of Management, Personnel Psychology, Human Resource Management, Journal of Organizational Behavior, and other outlets.
Professor Ted a. Paterson presents about his topic:
Ethical Voice: Linking Leadership and Culture to Ethical Behavior