Curriculum Vitae

Jenepher Lennox Terrion, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, tenured

Member of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies

Language ability: Bilingual (English and French)

DEGREES

Ph.D.   Communication, Concordia University, Department of Communication, Montréal, Québec, 1993.

M.A.    Communication, State University of New York at Buffalo, Department of Communication, Buffalo, NY, 1989

B.A.     Communication, University of Ottawa, Department of Communication, 1987, magna cum laude

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

2008-present   Associate Professor, Department of Communication, University of Ottawa

2003-2007       Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, University of Ottawa

2001-2002       Replacement Professor, Department of Communication, University of Ottawa

1992-present   Associate Trainer, University of Ottawa, Professional Training Service

HONOURS

Winner, Capital Educators Award, Ottawa Network for Education, 2013

Recipient, Award for Excellence in Teaching, University of Ottawa, 2012

Recipient, Faculty of Arts Distinguished Teaching Award, University of Ottawa, 2012

Nominee, Award for Excellence in Teaching, University of Ottawa, 2011

Nominee, TVO Best Lecturer Award, 2010

Professor of the Year, Community Service Learning Program, University of Ottawa, 2008

SCHOLARLY and PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

2006-          Reviewer

Book Publishers: Sage Publications; Thomson Nelson Publishers; McGraw Hill.

Journals: Human Relations; International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring; Communication Yearbook; Human Communication Research; Journal of College Student Retention; Journal of Managerial Psychology; Youth & Society; Journal of Substance Use.

2011-           Member, Editorial Advisory Board, International Journal for Mentoring and Coaching in Education

2011-           Member, Editorial Board, Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies

2009-          Member, Editorial Board, International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring

2009-           Senior Researcher, Centre for Research on Educational and Community Services, University of Ottawa

2008-2011 Faculty Mentor, Centre for Academic Leadership, University of Ottawa

2008-2011 President, Undergraduate Studies Committee, Department of Communication

2011         Member, Chair Selection Committee, Department of Communication, University of Ottawa

2010-2011    Co-Chair, Faculty of Arts Committee on Improving the Undergraduate Student Experience (Vision 2015)

2009, 2010 Faculty of Arts Representative, Ontario University Fair, Toronto, Ontario

2006; 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010            Speaker, University of Ottawa Day

2007; 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011            Speaker, Orientation Sessions, Faculty of Arts

Mai, 2009   Membre, Comité scientifique, 77ème Congrès de l’ACFAS, Université d’Ottawa

2005-2008 Member, Departmental Teaching and Personnel Committee, Dept. of Communication

2007-2008  Member, Academic Fraud Committee of Inquiry, Faculty of Arts

May, 2007  Co-Chair, Putting Students First 48-Hour Campus Campaign, Office of the President, University of Ottawa, Goal was to raise $200,000 for student financial support. Target reached.

2006          Member, Advisory Committee, Frontiers in Research Lectures, University of Ottawa

2004-2006  Member, Strategic Planning Committee, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa

2004-2005  Member, Chair Selection Committee, Department of Communication, University of Ottawa

2004-2005   Member, Steering Committee, Interprofessional Humanities Curriculum for Collaborative Patient Centred Practice at the University of Ottawa. Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa

2004-2005   Member, Steering Committee, Academic Strategic Planning Committee (Vision 2010), University of Ottawa

Graduate Supervisions

Completed: 14 M.A.

In progress: 4 M.A.

EXTERNAL RESEARCH FUNDING

2011    Source: Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre ($2656)    Role: PI

Project Title: Perceptions of friendship quality, self-efficacy for friendship making and social competency of adolescents and young adults in addiction treatment

2009    Source: SSHRC ($32,750)    Role: Co-Chercheur

Project Title: Étude qualitative exploratoire portant sur l’engagement: perspectives d’étudiants dans quatre programmes universitaires.

2008    Source: Ontario Ministry of Training, Universities and Colleges ($9,774)   Role: PI

Project Title: Grant in Aid to develop research proposal: The experiences of recovering addicts attempting post-secondary studies, support services available and best practices.

2005    Source: CIHR ($7,000)    Role: PI

Project Title: Research Workshop: Building Social Capital in Vulnerable Families

INTERNAL RESEARCH FUNDING

Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, University of Ottawa, to support an undergraduate research assistantship (50 hours). Project title: A study of the pathways into and out of youth substance abuse ($500).

Travel Grant, Faculty of Arts, to present paper at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, November 17, 2010, San Francisco, CA ($900).

Research Grant, Fund for the Development of Initiatives on the Quality of Learning and the Student Experience, University of Ottawa, (2009). With Jaya, P., Ferguson, S. & Aceti, V. Project title: Enhancing Active and Collaborative Learning in the Classroom: A Pilot Project of Classroom Response Systems ($4725)

Research Grant, Community Service Learning Program, University of Ottawa, (2008-2009). Project title: An evaluation of the impact of a communication training program for residents of Harvest House, a long term drug and rehabilitation centre. ($2500)

Research Grant, Department of Human Resources, University of Ottawa, (2008-2009). Project Title: An Evaluation of the University of Ottawa’s Focused and Integrated Training (FIT) Program. ($13, 227)

Research Grant, Community Service Learning Program, University of Ottawa, (2006-2007). Project title: The role of altruism in paid and unpaid student peer mentoring outcomes in higher education. ($2500)

Research Grant, Pro-Active Recruitment of Women Professors, University of Ottawa (2006). Project title: The electronic mentor logbook as reflection-on-action: A qualitative analysis of learning and feedback processes in a peer-mentoring program. ($5200)

Research Grant, Office of the Vice President (Academic), University of Ottawa (2005). Project title: Addressing the Needs of Vulnerable Families. ($5000)

Research Grant, Pro-Active Recruitment of Women Professors, University of Ottawa (2005). Project title: Building Social Capital in Vulnerable Families: Success Markers of a School-Based Intervention Program. ($5200)

Research Grant, Pro-Active Recruitment of Women Professors, University of Ottawa (2004). Project title: The Impact of a Management Training Program for University Administrators. ($5200)

Research Grant, University Research Fund, University of Ottawa (2003-2004). Project title: An Evaluation of the University of Ottawa’s Management Leadership Program. ($7961)

Research Grant, Human Resources Service, University of Ottawa, (2003-2004). Project title: An Evaluation of the University of Ottawa’s Management Leadership Program. ($7500)

PUBLICATIONS

Books

1. Ferguson, S., Terrion, J. Lennox, Jaya Peruvemba, S., Ahmed, R. (Forthcoming). Communication in Everyday Life: Personal and Professional Contexts, Toronto: Oxford University Press Canada.

Chapters in Books

1. Bujaki, M., Terrion, J. Lennox, Mavriplis, C., & Moreau-Johnson, F. (2012). Group mentoring programme for mid-career women associate professors, in D. Clutterbuck and K. Paulson, (Eds.). Successful Diversity Mentoring Programmes: A Global Casebook, pp. 76-82. New York, NY: Open University Press/McGraw-Hill.

2. Terrion, J. Lennox (2011). Student peer-mentors as a navigational resource in higher education. In S. Fletcher and C. Mullen (Eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Mentoring and Coaching in Education, pp. 383-395. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

3. Terrion, J. Lennox & Aceti, V. (2010). The potential for student engagement using clickers in a large introductory class. In R. Luppicini and A. K. Haghi (Eds.) Cases on Digital Technologies in Higher Education: Issues and Challenges, pp. 126-138. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

4. Terrion, J. Lennox & Texter, L. (1995). Shared meanings and perceptions.  In R. L. Hartman and L. A. Texter (Eds.). Advanced Interpersonal Communication, pp.17-30. Dubuque, Iowa:  Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co.

Articles in Refereed Journals

1. Terrion, J. Lennox (In press). Building recovery capital in recovering substance abusers through a service-learning partnership: A qualitative evaluation of a communication skills training program. Journal of Service Learning in Higher Education, 33 pages.

2. Terrion, J. Lennox (In press). A communication model of relational pathways into and out of adolescent substance use disorder. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, 29 pages.

3. Lagacé, M. & Terrion, J. Lennox (In press). Dirigeants et cadres : Briser le plafond d’argent  par de saines pratiques communicationnelles avec les seniors? Gestion : Revue internationale de gestion. 20 pages.

4. Terrion, J. Lennox (2013). The experience of post-secondary education for students in recovery from addiction to drugs or alcohol: Relationships and recovery capital. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 30(1), 3-23.

5.  Terrion, J. Lennox & Aceti, V. (2012). Freshman chemistry students’ perceptions of the effects of clicker technology on learning and engagement, Research in Learning Technology,20(2). PDF

6.   Terrion, J. Lennox & Daoust J-L. (2011-2012). Assessing the impact of supplemental instruction on the retention of undergraduate students after controlling for motivation. Journal of College Student Retention, 13, 3, 311-328

7.   Rollins, E. & Terrion, J. Lennox (2010). Explorations of self-efficacy: Personal narratives as qualitative data in the analysis of smoking cessation efforts. Journal of Smoking Cessation, 5, 1, 57–68.

8.   Terrion, J. Lennox & Leonard, D. (2010). Motivation of paid peer mentors and unpaid peer helpers in higher education. International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring, 8, 1, 85-103. PDF

9.   Terrion, J. Lennox & Lagacé, M. (2008). Communication as precursor and consequence of subjective social capital in older people: A new perspective on the Communication Predicament Model. Social Theory & Health, 6, 239-249. PDF

10.   Terrion, J. Lennox & Philion, R. (2008). The electronic mentor journal as reflection-on-action: A qualitative analysis of communication and learning in a peer-mentoring program. Studies in Higher Education, 33, 5, 583–597.  2010 Impact Factor: 0.922.

11. Terrion, J. Lennox & Hogrebe, A. (2007). A Canadian experience with an intervention program for vulnerable families: Lessons for German social work and policy. European Journal of Social Work, 10, 3, 401-416. 2010 Impact factor: 0.444.

12. Terrion, J. Lennox & Leonard, D. (2007). A taxonomy of the characteristics of student peer mentors in higher education: Findings from a literature review. Mentoring & Tutoring, 15, 2, 149-164. PDF

13. Terrion, J. Lennox, Philion, R., & Leonard, D. (2007). An evaluation of a university peer-mentoring training program. International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring, 5, 1, 42-57. PDF

14. Terrion, J. Lennox (2006). Building social capital in vulnerable families: Success markers of a school-based intervention program. Youth & Society, 38, 2, 155-176. 2010 Impact Factor: 1.058.

15. Terrion, J. Lennox. (2006). The development of social capital through a leadership training program. MountainRise (A Refereed Electronic Journal dedicated to the scholarship of teaching and learning), 3, 2.  Accessible at http://mountainrise.wcu.edu/issue.html (14 pp.) PDF.

16. Terrion, J. Lennox (2006). The impact of a management training program for university administrators. Journal of Management Development, 25, 183-194. Reviewed in (2007). Development and Learning in Organizations, 21, 2, 29-30.

17.  Terrion, J. Lennox & Ashforth, B. (2002). From I to we: Humor, metaphor and equivocality in the development of a temporary group. Human Relations, 55, pp. 55-88.

Book Reviews in Refereed Journals

1. Lennox, J. (1989). Review of Organization–Communication:  Emerging perspectives I (1986).  (L. Thayer, (Ed.). Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Publishing Co.). Canadian Journal of Communication, May.

Papers in refereed conference proceedings

1. Montgomery, N. Dimitra & Terrion, J. Lennox (2013, March). Changing times: The need to address immigrant mental health literacy in Canada. The 2013 Clute Institute International Academic Conference March 18 – 20, 2013 in Key West, Florida (USA).

Conference Papers and Invited Presentations

1. Terrion, J. Lennox & O’Rielly, S. (2013, May 27). Social Competence in Adolescents in Residential Treatment for SUD. Addictions and Mental Health Ontario Conference, Marriott Hotel, Toronto, ON.

2. Terrion, J. Lennox (2013, May). Volunteering: Why do we do it and why we have to do it. Invited presentation to the Rotary Adventures in Citizenship Program, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON.

3. Terrion, J. Lennox (2012, November). Communicating in a male dominated field. Invited presentation at Faculty Commons, New York City College of Technology, New York, NY.

4. Terrion, J. Lennox (2012, November). To Tenure and Beyond: Strengthening COMMunity by Mentoring Associate Professors. Panel presentation at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, November 15, 2012, Orlando, Florida.

5. Terrion, J. Lennox (2012, October). A Communication Model of Relational Pathways into and out of Adolescent Substance Use Disorder. Public presentation at the Award for Excellence in Teaching, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON.

6. Terrion, J. Lennox (2012, May). Volunteering: Why do we do it and why we have to do it. Invited presentation to the Rotary Adventures in Citizenship Program, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON.

7. Terrion, J. Lennox (2011, May). Treading the fine line in a male dominated field: The communication challenge. Invited presentation to the FORWARD to Professorship Spring 2011 Workshop, Gallaudet University, Washington, DC.

8. Terrion, J. Lennox (2011, May). Treading the fine line in a male dominated field: The communication challenge. Invited presentation to the Speaking Up: Effective Communication for Women in Academia conference, University of Virginia, VA.

9. Terrion, J. Lennox (2010, November). Building recovery capital in young men in substance abuse treatment: The impact of a communication skills training program. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, November 17, 2010, San Francisco, CA.

10. Terrion, J. Lennox (2010, May). Qualitative approaches to program evaluation: Challenges and examples from support programs for vulnerable populations. Presentation to National Council for Educational Research and Training, Ottawa, Ontario.

11. Terrion, J. Lennox (2010, May). Communicating in a male-dominated field. Invited presentation to the FORWARD to Professorship workshop, Gallaudet University, Washington, DC.

12. Terrion, J. Lennox (2010, January). Treading the fine line in a male-dominated field: The communication challenge. Invited presentation to the Women Engineers Moving up in Ontario Conference, Ottawa, Ontario.

13. Terrion, J. Lennox (2009, October). The development of recovery capital in substance abusers through communication skills training: A qualitative evaluation. Paper presented to the Interdisciplinary Research Group in Organizational Communication, Ottawa, Ontario.

14. Terrion, J. Lennox (2009, October). A qualitative evaluation of the impact of a communication skills training program on recovering addicts. Poster presentation at the International Research Conference on Service-learning and Community Engagement, Ottawa, Ontario.

15. Terrion, J. Lennox, Jaya, P., Aceti, V., & Ferguson, S. (2009, May). Enhancing the student experience through the use of clickers in a large introductory class. Paper presented at the Symposium on Teaching and Technology, Ottawa, Ontario.

16. Terrion, J. Lennox & Philion, R. (2008, May). Communication and learning in a peer-mentoring program: A qualitative analysis of electronic mentor journals. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Annual Conference, Montreal, Quebec.

17. Terrion, J. Lennox & Lagacé, M. (2006, June). Capitalizing on social links: A case study of the correlation of perceived connectedness and well-being in senior citizens. Paper presented at the Canadian Communication Association Annual Conference, Toronto, Ontario.

18. Terrion, J. Lennox (2005, May). Making more powerful presentations. Presentation at the Association of Ontario University Human Resource Professionals Annual Conference, Ottawa, Ontario.

19. Terrion, J. Lennox (2004, June). Building a better lecture: Engaging students using the lecture format. Paper presented at the International Consortium for Educational Development Annual Conference, Ottawa, Ontario.

20. Terrion, J. Lennox (1998).  The Cops’ Code of Putdown Humor.  Canadian Communication Association Conference, Ottawa, Ontario.

21. Ferguson, S. and Terrion, J. Lennox (1998).  Evaluation of Communication: The Age of Accountability.  Canadian Communication Association Conference, Ottawa, Ontario.

22. Ferguson, S. and Terrion, J. Lennox (1997).  The New 3Rs for Communications:  Research, Results and Reporting.  International Association of Business Communicators Canada Conference, Ottawa, Ontario.

23. Lennox, J. and Ashforth, B. (1997).  From I to we:  Putdown humor and equivocality in the development of a temporary group.  International Communication Association, Montreal, Quebec.

24. Lennox, J. (1991).  Organizational culture: metaphors and ambiguity in RCMP training programs.  Canadian Communication Association, Kingston, Ontario.

25. Lennox, J. (1990).  Organization as conversation:  The social construction of organizational reality.  Canadian Communication Association, Victoria, British Columbia.

26. deTurck, M.A. and Lennox, J. (1990).  Perceptions of marital power: Attribution theory versus resource theory.  International Communication Association, Dublin, Ireland.

Professional Publications and Reports

1. Terrion, J. Lennox. (2010). An Evaluation of the University of Ottawa’s Focused and Integrated Training (FIT) Program. Report presented to Human Resources Service, University of Ottawa, Ottawa (44 pp.).

2. Terrion, J. Lennox, Philion, R., Daoust, J-L., Hogrebe, A., & Leonard, D. (2005). An Evaluation of the Impact and Outcomes of the University of Ottawa’s Peer-Mentoring Training Program. Report presented to Student Academic Success Service, University of Ottawa, Ottawa (45 pp.).

3. Terrion, J. Lennox (2005). An Evaluation of the Impact and Outcomes of the University of Ottawa’s Management Leadership Program. Report presented to Human Resources Service, University of Ottawa, Ottawa (34 pp.).

Others (Workshops)

1. Terrion, J. Lennox (2005). Research Workshop: Investigating the potential of a school-based, community-led intervention to promote healthy child development in vulnerable families. University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario. CIHR Funded.