Transformative and Transdisciplinary
Transdisciplinary ATLAS Fellow
In May 2012, the Board of Governors of the Academy of Transdisciplinary Learning and Advanced Studies named Sue an ATLAS Fellow in recognition of her outstanding transdisciplinary achievements (promoting transdisciplinarity for the benefit of humanity).
Dr. McGregor was named Marjorie M. Brown Distinguished Professor (Kappa Omicron Nu) 2011
In recognition of the use of critical social theory in scholarship and research and for continuing to critically analyze concepts central to the field and calling for dialogue toward acceptance by the profession.
Dr. McGregor Granted Docent in Home Economics
In June 2010, the Chancellor's Office of the University of Helsinki (Finland) granted Dr. McGregor the title of Docent in Home Economics (Kotitaloustiede) (Faculty of Behavioural Sciences).
Dr. McGregor Received the TOPACE International Award
Sue received the TOPACE International Award for distinguished consumer scholarship and educator, at the Consumer Citizenship Network conference, Berlin, Germany (March 2009). Pronounced topaz (Tower Person Award for Consumer Education), this juried award recognizes people who are "strategic centers of action" who exhibit outstanding achievement, recognition and international cooperation. The conference involved participants from over 30 countries and was held at the Technical University of Berlin. The award was presented by Dr. Heiko Steffens.
NEW BOOK RELEASED!! 2010 Consumer Moral Leadership, with Sense Publishers
2010 Consumer Moral Leadership, with Sense Publishers (The Netherlands). Focus is on reframing consumption in the 21st century through multiple lenses, including: biomimicry, non-violence, integral peace, transdisciplinarity, integral theory, conscious (mindful) consumption.
Favourable Review by Russ Volckmann (Editor of Integral Leadership Review, 2010)
"McGregor has differentiated herself from many of the other books we find on leaders by confronting the question of leadership...grounded in morality. What strikes me about this work is twofold: (1) the extraordinary breadth of scholarship represented and (2) the commitment to action. This book may be heavy reading for many citizen/consumers, but it is well worth the time spent."
MSVU CONVERSATIONS WITH FACULTY SERIES - STREAMING INTERNET VIDEO INTERVIEW
June 2008 - Interviewed by Carol Sparkes on the topic of The Nature of Transdisciplinary Research and Practice. Available as a streaming Internet video at:
In May 2006, Dr. McGregor released a book titled Transformative Practice: New Pathways to Leadership
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It has received favorable reviews in Integral Leadership Review and Design Research News (organization/journal for the UK based Design Research Society with membership in 40 countries). It has been featured in the International Leadership Association newsletter, creating global exposure. It is featured as recommended reading at the Network for Transdisciplinarity in Sciences and Humanity, based in Switzerland.
The Design Research News noted, "McGregor offers an additional intellectual framework from which to draw further nourishment for our personal philosophical growth."
The Integral Leadership Review noted, "McGregor has produced a truly transdisciplinary look at the subject of leadership and the practice of her profession... Her reach is broad enough to inspire us to take a fresh look at leadership."