On The Brink | Dr. Ronald Camp II | Episode #260

Meet Dr. Ronald Camp II, inaugural Dean of the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC).

Dr. Camp has expertise in organizational behaviour and researches the role of leadership in employee mental health, particularly in public safety organizations.

Other research interests include culture and trust and sustainable development, with a particular focus on Indigenous culture and management and comparative Asian and Canadian cultures and management.

He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Whitworth College, a Master of Management from Willamette University and a PhD in Commerce and Business Administration from the University of British Columbia.

Dr. Camp came to UNBC from the University of Regina, where he was an Associate Professor in the School of Business, was the Co-Academic Director of the ICD-Rotman Directors Education Program in Saskatchewan, and spent six years as the Associate Dean, Research and Graduate Programs.

Dr. Camp was also the founding Director of Training for the Canadian Institute of Public Safety Research and Treatment (CIPSRT) and is a member of CIPSRT’s Academic, Researcher, and Clinician Network (ARCN), a network of Academics, Researchers, and Clinicians who have expertise in PSP and Post-traumatic Stress Injury (PTSI), or who have knowledge of organizations and families through which interactions and expressions of PTSI are encountered.

While at the University of Regina, Dr. Camp was the first North American academic named as a TUAS Fellow by the Turku University of Applied Sciences in Finland (for contributions to the understanding and practice of leadership in Finland).

To learn more about the new Faculty, visit https://www2.unbc.ca/faculty-business-and-economics

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