Congratulations Professor Schermer

Congratulations to Professor Julie Schermer who has been named the 2020 Western University Faculty Scholar. 

Excerpt from the Western News:

Schermer researches personality psychology, specializing in broadening the understanding of individual differences at the observed, genetic and environmental levels. Schermer recently received local, national, and international media coverage for her article co-authored with Nicholas Martin in Australia that addresses the genetic component of loneliness in adults.

“I feel great about being named as a Faculty Scholar. It is an honour to have my research output recognized. I also think it is good for our department such that people are aware that MOS contributes to the faculty,” said Schermer. This is the second Faculty Scholar named in DAN Management; in 2017, Mark Cleveland, Associate Professor, received the award.

The Faculty Scholar award recognized significant scholarly achievements in teaching and research.
Schermer has developed and taught eight different courses for DAN Management, which include many of the Human Resources courses. Through her efforts, she ensures the department maintains its accreditation with the Human Resources Professional Association, which is of great benefit to the department and its students.

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