I am pleased to announce the imminent publication of my co-authored literature review in the Journal of Educational Thought issue which is presently in press as Volume 51, No. 3. The manuscript was co-authored with the esteemed Dr. Marlon Simmons of the University of Calgary. Title: Autism Spectrum Disorder and the Implications For Higher Education: A Literature ReviewContinue reading “Journal of Educational Thought”
Author Archives: TC Waisman
CAEM Toronto Sept 2018
A great gathering of leaders coming together to share ideas, innovations, and best practices. It was a pleasure to teach and learn with all of you!
International Society for Autism Research
Grateful to be a part of this large conference in Rotterdam both as a doctoral student with my own autism research underway and an Editor on the Board of the Autism in Adulthood scientific journal whose launch happened at this conference.
Back to Calgary
May 2nd…in Calgary co-speaking at this conference. Thank you team…great job!
A lovely group
May 1st…working hard with this group was an honour. Part visioning, part confirming, part team building. Well done all!
Autism in Adulthood
I am honoured to be named an Editorial Board member of the new scientific journal Autism in Adulthood. Autism in Adulthood is the hub for research on issues that affect adults on the autism spectrum. 1 in 54 people (CDC, 2020) are diagnosed with autism and it has become the fastest growing developmental disability being diagnosedContinue reading “Autism in Adulthood”
Leadership Retreat 2018
I’m grateful to work with wonderful leaders whom I admire at this leadership retreat in Victoria, B.C. We spent time team bonding, reviewing the last strategic plan, and developing the new strategic plan with actionable items. I wish them all the best in 2018!
Immunity to Change
September in Blue Mountain. Speaking to a wonderful group introducing Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey’s work “Immunity to Change”. Important transformational leadership tools that work congruently with Heifetz’s adaptive leadership. Thank you CAEM!
It was a distinct pleasure being on the panel at Adler University and speaking with the clinical psychologist grad class on all things leadership. A great group of change makers who are ready to put their mark on the world. It was an honour to share time with each of them.
Doctoral degree journey
15 years after doing my Masters degree I’ve decided to take on my Doctoral degree. I’ve started the journey and I’m excited for the learning opportunity. I am studying Leadership, Policy, & Governance in a post-secondary context and my research question is as follows: How can higher education leaders, faculty, and professional staff enhance servicesContinue reading “Doctoral degree journey”