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Mahdiyeh Entezarkheir
Assistant Professor, Economics
519 438 - 7224 ext. 217

Dr. Bill Irwin, MPA, PhD
Assistant Professor, Management and Organizational Studies
519.438.7224 x 614
Cell: 519.520.8710
Website: http://billirwin.ca 
Twitter: @drbillirwin

  • Management and leadership
  • Human resources and organizational behaviour
  • Business education in a liberal arts setting
  • Applied management research
  • Evaluation and performance metrics

Dr. Irwin's research interests centres on issues of policy, leadership, and community engagement. He is interested in exploring models of program and policy evaluation focused on qualitative evaluation, outcome and impact analysis; with principal interest focused on the interplay between institutions and community.

Jan A.C. Klakurka, CA, CPA, CMC, MBA

Assistant Professor
Management & Organizational Studies
519.438.7224 ext. 263
Cell: 416.454.3306

  • Strategy and operations
  • Accounting, auditing, and taxation
  • Corporate governance
  • Business education in a liberal arts setting
Jan’s background spans twenty years in consulting and industry, most recently as Director, Corporate Planning & Development. Now as Assistant Professor at Huron University College, Jan’s research interests are directed toward the intersection of strategic planning, lucid foresight, and governance. Having led end-to-end initiatives at Fortune 500 and public-sector clients, Jan energetically shares this holistic experience with business students. Jan has completed the Director’s College program, and as a wine aficionado, was recently admitted to studies for the Master of Wine designation.

Vicki Sweeney, MBA, CMA
Assistant Professor
Director of Management and Organizational Studies
Office # 519 438-7224, ext. 367

  • Accounting
  • Business planning and analysis
  • Management accounting and decision making
  • Business education in a liberal arts setting
  • Evaluation and performance metrics
Vicki has taught accounting and business at Huron for over 15 years and she passionately believes in the value of weaving a business education with the broader liberal arts. Vicki also believes that the tools and techniques used in the private sector, particularly in the area of performance measurement as it relates to strategy mapping, can also benefit public institutions and non-profit organizations.