Dr. Caterina Valentino
Dr. Valentino is a sought-after specialist in addressing complex problems of organization design and work process restructuring. She has held senior leadership positions in the acute, long-term and community-care sectors. She is known for her adeptness to suss a problem and work with people to develop sustainable solutions. Caterina is a prolific author and has presented nationally and internationally. Caterina hold a PhD from the University of Toronto, an MPA from Dalhousie and an MBA from the Rotman School of Business. Dr. Valentino is a recipient of two teaching awards and a number of research grants.
Diversity, inclusiveness, unconscious biases, online course design and curriculum delivery
Valentino, C. (at press). “Work and learning”, [Review of the book]. Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education.Valentino, C. (2015). Achieving inclusive organizations: The influence of unconscious biases. Blue Knight Review. http://www.cmrsj-rmcsj.forces.gc.ca/cb-bk/art-art/2015/art-art-eng.asp (external link) Learning and Teaching Office Ryerson University Understanding diversity [RyeCast]
|Third Place Ryerson University Creative Writing Club Contest “Death on the Subway” April 2015 http://www.hercampus.com/school/ryerson/campus-celebrity-caterina-valentino (external link)
|Queen’s Jubilee Medal
|Sue Williams Faculty of Community Services Instructional Award
|Ryerson Teaching Award of Excellence
2013 Teaching about Diversity Grant from Ryerson’s University’s Learning and Teaching Presented at the 2014 Ryerson Faculty Teaching Conference.