Sue L. T. McGregor
April 28, 2011
Marjorie M. Brown Distinguished Professor Award
Sue McGregor of Mount Saint Vincent University (Halifax, Nova Scotia) was recently awarded the Kappa Omicron Nu Marjorie M. Brown Distinguished Professor Award. The objective of this award is to recognize and reward the use of critical social theory in scholarship and research. The individual must have achieved national or international prominence and a distinguished reputation within the human sciences through significant contributions to the research literature and/or through accomplished teaching.
Professor Sue L. T. McGregor is a Canadian home economist (40 years) at Mount Saint Vincent University, Canada. She is a Professor in the Faculty of Education. Her intellectual work pushes the boundaries of consumer studies and home economics philosophy and leadership towards integral, transdisciplinary, complexity and moral imperatives. She is Docent in Home Economics at the University of Helsinki, a Kappa Omicron Nu Research Fellow (leadership), an TheATLAS Transdisciplinary Fellow, and an Associate Member of Sustainability Frontiers. Affiliated with 19 professional journals, she is Associate Editor of two home economics journals and part of the Editorial Team for Integral Leadership Review. Sue has delivered 35 keynotes and invited talks in 15 countries and published over 150 peer-reviewed publications, 21 book chapters, and 9 monographs. She published Transformative Practice in 2006. Consumer Moral Leadership was released in 2010. With Russ Volckmann, she co-published Transversity in 2011 and, in 2012, she co-edited The Next 100 Years: Creating Home Economics Futures. Her professional and scholarly work is available at http://www.consultmcgregor.com