grantAssociate Dean
Professor of Practice Management
(315) 223-2481
181 Genesse Street, Suite 502

Professor Grant is Associate Dean of Business Programs and Professor of Practice – Computers and Ethics. She currently sits on the Academic Assessment Coordinating Committee (AACC).

Professor Grant earned her undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario and her MBA and a Graduate Diploma in Knowledge Management from Royal Roads University, Victoria, British Columbia. She received a PhD in Computer Ethics from De Montfort University in Leicester, England.

She has over twenty-five years of experience in using information and communications technology (ICT) to solve business problems, both in North America and Europe. She has managed projects in the telecommunications, retail, financial and government sectors that included business process redesign, software development, package implementation and training. She was part of a team that built a methodology knowledge base to support ICT professionals in implementing ICT solutions.

In the ten years since Professor Grant has moved to academia, she has developed and taught courses in professional ethics in an IT Management Degree program; managing information technology in a business management program; and corporate ethics in an MBA program.

Her research interest include the ethical use of technology in business and has published the following:

  • Grant, C.T. & Grant, K.A. (2016) “Improving Moral Behaviour in the Business Use of ICT: The Potential of Positive Psychology”, International Journal of Cyber Ethics in Education, Volume 4 • Issue 2 • July-December 2016
  • Grant, C; “Successful Engagement of Undergraduate Information Technology Management Students in a Compulsory Course in Ethical Issues in IT in a Large Class Environment” accepted to Information Systems Education Journal, Summer 2009
  • Grant, K & Grant, C; “Developing a Model of Next Generation Knowledge Management”, Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology, Volume 5, 2008