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Dana Kabat‑Farr and Stacy Allison‑Cassin win Research Impact awards

Posted by Chantelle Falconer on July 9, 2024 in News

Thank you to those who were available to celebrate this year's winners of the Management Research Impact awards. 

We extend our congratulations to...

Professor Dana Kabat-Farr
Research Impact Award (Established Scholar)  

Dr. Kabat-Farr's research strongly contributes to the scholarly and broader understanding of workplace incivility and harassment, as well as strategies that organizations can use to prevent such undesirable behaviours. Her research has not only been published in the most prestigious academic outlets, but also used in practice by organizations such as the Canadian Department of National Defence, and the U.S. Department of the Navy. Learn more about Dr. Kabat-Farr.

Dana Kabat-Farr (centre) with Anika Cloutier (L) and Associate Dean Research W. Dominika Wranik (R)


Assistant Professor Stacy Allison-Cassin
Research Impact Award (Emerging Scholar)

Dr. Allison-Cassin's research and applied work is aimed at creating structural change to overhaul terminology used in information management away from colonized and otherwise culturally inappropriate language. The potential impact of this work on organizations outside academia is evident through the active engagement of many external partners and their commitment to enacting change in the terminologies used by libraries, archives, and governments. She received strong financial support from both granting organizations and research partners. Learn more about Dr. Allison-Cassin.

Stacy Allison-Cassin (L) with Associate Dean W. Dominika Wranik (C) and Chair, Dept of Information Science Sandra Toze