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Prof Amy Kenworthy  

MBA, BS, Ph.D.,

Prof Amy Kenworthy
Professor of Management (On Leave)
Bond Business School
Bond University QLD 4229
Australia


Title
Professor of Management (On Leave)

Department
Bond Business School

Telephone
Office Telephone Number
Within Australia:
From overseas:

7 559 52241
+61 7 559 52241
Closest Fax Number
Within Australia:
From overseas:

7 559 51160
+61 7 559 51160
Location
Building Level: 3
Building: 2. Bond Business School
Location: Bond University
Professional Biography
Amy L. Kenworthy (Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) is a Professor of Management and the Director of the Centre for Applied Research in Learning, Engagement, Andragogy and Pedagogy (LEAP) at Bond. She has been a service-learning practitioner and author for over 18 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.
Qualifications
Master of Business Administration - Bentley College
Bachelor of Science - Bentley College
Doctor of Philosophy - The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Professional admission & memberships

Academy of Management

Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management

Organizational Behavior Teaching Society

Other professional appointments

Associate Editor - Academy of Management Learning and Education (AMLE)

Editorial Board Member - Journal of Management Education

Research interests & research expertise

Dr. Kenworthy is recognized as an expert in the area of management education and service-learning. She is involved in a number of international research projects including the "One Goal, One Community: Moving beyond bullying and empowering for life" program as well as other projects focused on increasing our understanding of learning & teaching practices at the tertiary institutional level.

Current research grants

Primary Researcher, Bond University Annual Fund Research Grant, “’One Goal, One Community: Moving beyond bullying and empowering for life’ anti-bullying initiative: An empirical outcomes assessment” 2010-2011.

Recent research grants

Primary Researcher, Bond University Teaching & Learning Grants Scheme, “Community Engaged Learning and the Advancement of Access to Justice: Shaping Our Future Through and International Inter-University Workshop” grant, 2008-2009.

Primary Researcher, Bond University Teaching & Learning Grants Scheme, “Internattional Students: More Than Just a Demographic” grant, 2007-2008

Publications
Amy L. Kenworthy
(Link to personal researcher page)

Recent Publications
  • When in London, it's a burger and neapolitan ice cream for you: Rejoinder to "identifying research topic development in business and management education research using legitimation code theory".
  • When in London, it's a burger and neapolitan ice cream for you: Rejoinder to "identifying research topic development in business and management education research using legitimation code theory".
  • When in London, it's a burger and neapolitan ice cream for you: Rejoinder to "identifying research topic development in business and management education research using legitimation code theory".
  • When in London, it's a burger and neapolitan ice cream for you: Rejoinder to "identifying research topic development in business and management education research using legitimation code theory".
  • When in London, it's a burger and neapolitan ice cream for you: Rejoinder to "identifying research topic development in business and management education research using legitimation code theory".
  • When in London, it's a burger and neapolitan ice cream for you: Rejoinder to "identifying research topic development in business and management education research using legitimation code theory".
  • When in London, it's a burger and neapolitan ice cream for you: Rejoinder to "identifying research topic development in business and management education research using legitimation code theory".
  • When in London, it's a burger and neapolitan ice cream for you: Rejoinder to "identifying research topic development in business and management education research using legitimation code theory".
  • When in London, it's a burger and neapolitan ice cream for you: Rejoinder to "identifying research topic development in business and management education research using legitimation code theory".
  • Special section introduction: Exploring work-family issue content coverage and relevant resources