Research

Rose’s research areas of interest include the ways in which organizations in the cultural sector organize themselves to fulfill their missions; issues and trends related to audience and resource development and; the rapidly changing landscape within which arts and cultural organizations work and their ability to adapt to and embrace those changes. Another research area of interest for Rose is the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and she is currently concluding a three-year investigation into the achievement of program level learning outcomes.

Each year Rose participates in conference presentations on various topics in arts management education and on the scholarship of teaching and learning.

Conference Presentations 2015:

  • April, 2015  Exploring the Acquisition of Learning Outcomes: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly – Portland, Oregon.  The Association of Arts Administration Educators Annual Conference
  • September, 2015  Excavating Skeletons:Revitalizing the Culture of an Organization – Edmonton, Alberta. Alberta Museums Association Annual Conference