Two of his Ph D students have won major prizes at the University of Manitoba for thesis innovation and quality. Beddoes has exceptional skills as an academic administrator, his highly collaborative approach, his strong commitment to professional education and his demonstrated record of working in partnership with professional associations/organizations. Beddoes is an active participant on various university committees, which include the Strategic Planning Committee, the Budget Model Redesign Steering Committee, University Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee and the President's Advisory Committee on Information Technology and Innovation. dissertation entitled "Three Essays on Defaultable Fixed-Income Securities" was nominated for the York University Best Dissertation Award.
He is also active in professional activities, as an Associate Editor of Cereal Chemistry and on the Editorial Board for Trends in Food Science & Technology. Scanlon has sat on grant review panels and conducted reviews of programs in Canada and internally. Scott Blair Award for cereal rheology research (first Canadian recipient) and has received awards for excellence in undergraduate and graduate teaching at the University of Manitoba. He is a member of Senate, the Senate Committee on University Research and the University Information Technology Committee. He has received numerous research grants and merit awards. He spent the first 20 years teaching in four elementary/middle years schools in Winnipeg during which time he was a classroom teacher, physical education teacher, collaborating teacher, faculty advisor, and head teacher.
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Since joining the faculty at the University of Manitoba in December 1991, Dr.
Scanlon has researched the properties of plant food materials, and how those porosity affects the mechanical properties of materials, with specific interests in the properties of cellular solids, such as bread.
He is the (co-)author of more than 60 research papers, three patents and two books dealing with industrial processing of engineering materials. Norman Halden (Dean) Halden graduated with a First Class Honours in Geology in 1979, and as a Carnegie Fellow with a Ph. Early in his career he established a multidisciplinary approach to understanding trace element distribution in minerals.
This research encompassed fieldwork, microbeam analysis and theoretical modelling of self-organized geochemical systems.
His current research interests include the origins and development of workplace grievance and arbitration systems in Canada and the application and use of internet-based learning technologies in higher education. Jeffery Taylor (Dean) Jeffery Taylor came to the University of Manitoba after twenty years at Athabasca University in Alberta. Taylor served as Coordinator of the Labour Studies program, Chair of the Centre for Work and Community Studies, and Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in addition to various positions, including President, with the Athabasca University Faculty Association. Taylor is an historian specializing in Canadian labour history. He has been president of the Canadian Association of Foundations of Education (CAFE) from 2005-2010 and is the chair elect of the International Council of Education for Teaching (ICET), an international NGO that brings developed and developing countries together on educational and teacher education matters. Prior to joining the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Manitoba in 2011, for eighteen years he was a faculty member in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Carleton University, Ottawa, including six years as Department Chair.
He is the author of two books and numerous articles in Canadian labour history and Canadian history more generally. Previously he was the School's Associate Dean Research and Graduate Programs and the founding director of the I. He has taught engineering courses at all levels from first year to graduate studies.