Faculty

Rosemary Vogt

Assistant Professor, Redekop School of Business

Rosemary Vogt

Program(s)

Redekop School of Business

Email

rvogt:@:cmu.ca

Phone

204.487.3300 x644

Office

C246

Rosemary has a PhD focusing on organizational leadership and administration from the University of North Dakota. She became interested in organizational behavior in 2010 as a result of assuming various leadership roles in collaborative projects between Red River College and the provincial government during the design, development, and delivery of alternative models of program delivery targeted specifically, although not exclusively, at distributed populations in marginalized regions.

Rosemary also developed a program in 2009 to promote community capacity building in northern Manitoba in a collaborative initiative between Frontiers Foundation and Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation. Rosemary's experiences significantly influenced her doctoral research focusing on higher education program development to meet the needs of the community.

Rosemary's personal experiences in business stem from owning a children's clothing boutique, fostering her family's business in the building trades and managing rental properties. Her research interests and activities have been influenced by her teaching and/or leadership circumstances and have focused on hybrid models of program delivery, constructing collaborative relationships between industry, government, and higher education, as well as understanding the innovative process and knowledge flow between stakeholders in reaching developmental goals.

Rosemary grew up on a dairy/grain farm in southern Manitoba and still marvels at the sight of a herd of cattle or field of canola. Currently, she fellowships at First Mennonite Church in Winnipeg where she contributes to the fostering of Mennonite traditions concerning hospitality with a group identified as Vereneke Vimmen. When Rosemary is not engaged in academia, she enjoys getting dirt under her finger nails in the garden, dishing out hospitality at the dinner table, travelling, photography, and family.

Areas of Teaching

Business and organizational administration, organizational behaviour, business and organizational communication, organizational leadership, human resource management

Education

University of North Dakota

Work in Detail

Teaching

* Introduction to Business and Organizational Administration

* Organizational Behavior

* Business and Organizational Communication

* Organizational Leadership

* Human Resource Management

Research

Atleo, M. R., Menzies, C., Syed, A., & Vogt, R. (2010). Engaging in blended learning: Collaborative inquiry in adult and post secondary programming. Conference on Blended Learning: Ensuring Quality and Cost Effectiveness. October 21-22, 2010, School of Business, York University, Toronto, ON, Canada.

Vogt, R. (2014). Experiences with blended learning program delivery for apprenticeship trades: A case study. International Journal of Higher Education, 3(4), 85-95.

Vogt, R. (2013). EADDI: An online initiative in Manitoba. The Canadian Apprenticeship Journal, 9, 77-83.

Performance

Presentations and Conference Proceedings

Vogt, R. (June 2014). Supporting student and faculty transitions in higher education. Presented at the Canadian International Conference on Education. Cape Breton University,  Sydney Nova Scotia Canada. Published with conference proceedings.

Vogt, R. (June 2014). Case study: Alternate model of program delivery for apprenticeship trades. Presented at the Canadian International Conference on Education. Cape Breton University, Sydney, Nova Scotia Canada. Published with conference proceedings.

Vogt, R. (2013, 2014). Student and support service considerations for online learners. Manitoba Association for Distributed Learning and Training (MadLat). Red River College Princess Street Campus.

Vogt, R. (2011). Co-Constructing collaborative classrooms: Novice and veteran teachers' perceptions of working with educational assistants. Presented at Manitoba Teachers' Society workshop, Working with Educational Assistants for Teachers – Part II, November 21, 2011.

Vogt, R. (2011). First year teacher experiences directing the work of an educational assistant in the classroom. Hawaii International Conference on Education (Honolulu Hawaii, Jan. 4-7, 2011). Published with the conference proceedings.

Vogt, R. (2011). Transformative learning and subject matter experts. Hawaii International Conference on Education (Honolulu Hawaii, Jan. 7, 2011).  Published with the Conference proceedings.

Vogt, R. (2010). Learner attributes in blended learning contexts. In The Canadian   Association for the Study of Adult Education conference proceedings. The Congress, Concordia University, Montreal, May 31, 2010.

Vogt, R. (2010). A woman's journey in lifelong learning (Poster presentation). Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education.  The Congress, Concordia University, Montreal, May 31, 2010.

Vogt, R. (2008, 2009). Observation skills and record keeping for educational assistants. Educational Assistants of Manitoba Conference. Manitoba: Winnipeg.

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