• First day of the semester for new Glioners starting this summer! 

  • The cultural fair is the perfect opportunity to experience Glion’s diverse student body first hand. With over 15 countries being represented, students, faculty and staff are welcome to try some typical cuisine, drinks, and enjoy traditional musics and costumes.

Research Mission

The mission of Glion is to support the education of an international student body committed to leadership positions in service industries, such as hospitality or tourism management. Our vision is that our graduates will embody the values of rigor in their work, a strong team spirit, flexibility in problem solving, dedication to service, a global perspective, and respect for other cultures.

We realize this vision in our undergraduate programs by providing close faculty-student interaction in both traditional class-based and problem-based learning environments. These environments give students the practice, theories, and support to develop values, the essential tools for immediate employment, and the desire for continued learning as they progress in their careers. Our graduate programs similarly balance theory with practice to meet the individualized needs of professionals.

GLION also seeks to undertake research relevant to the development of the Hospitality Industry and seeks to share that both internationally amongst peers and within the institution as part of our faculty teaching, and learning strategies.

Research Events & Activities at Glion:

  • Faculty board membership to EuroCHRIE Conference
  • Faculty advisory board membership to EDULEARN15
  • Faculty Attendance to Colloquiums (ex. Destination marketing Conference in Corfou, 2015)
  • Student Research Collaboration with Industry (Kempinski, IHC, Nestle Professional, Moevenpick and Accor for instance)
  • Student Consultancy (ex. MBA Global Strategic Management Class & Woodsford Grupa, MSC Financial trends & Aminona project or French Hotel Conversion project)

RESEARCH ON EDUCATION

Clark, S. (2012). Education and innovation – the challenge of relevancy. 13-14 September, Eye for Travel, Las Vegas, USA.

Ebersole, J. (2012). Measuring Ethical Leadership Potential among Hospitality Students. In Proceedings, D. Vrontis, Y. Weber, R. Kaufmann, & S. Tarba (Eds.), 5th EuroMedConference - New Business Models For Success Through Competitiveness and Responsibility. Nicosia, Cyprus: EuroMed Press. ISBN: 978-9963-711-07-9.

Horrigan, D., and Murray, P. (2012). An applied industry research model: The need for hospitality student opportunities for experiential learning via applied industry research. The 10th APacCHRIE Conference, Manila, Philippines, 5 – 8 June, 2012.

Juskiw  P.  and  Glanz,  L,  (2012).  Real  life  and  the  classroom:  advantages  and  risks  of commissioned student projects’ 19th EDiNEB International Conference Inholland University of Applied Sciences, Haarlem, The Netherlands May 2 – 4 2012.

Kammer C. and Rios-Morales, R. (2012). Know you label! The impact of introductory wine education on the assessment of wine label information by novices enrolled in a foundation wine course. In Proceedings, D. Vrontis, Y. Weber, R. Kaufmann, & S. Tarba (Eds.), 5th EuroMedConference - New Business Models For Success Through Competitiveness and Responsibility. Nicosia, Cyprus: EuroMed Press. ISBN: 978-9963-711-07-9.

Kammer C. and Rios-Morales R., Wine labels: the impact of a module in wine knowledge, International Journal of Globalisation and Small Business, Inderscience Publishers.

Newnham, D. S. (forthcoming, 2016). The inner circle: building bridges or boundaries between researchers and practitioners. In (Eds.) F, Ligozat., M. Charmillot., & A. Müller. Série Raisons Educatives. N°20 – Le partage des savoirs dans les processus de recherche en éducation.

Newnham, D. S. (accepted with revision). Double binds in child rearing, why a community developer school. In Anthropology and Education quarterly.

Newnham, D. S. (accepted with revisions). Entrepreneurship or authority: a new school culture through expansive learning. In Journal of Entrepreneurship, Sage.

Virkkunen, J. & Newnham, D.S. (2013). The Change Laboratory: A Tool for Collaborative Development of Work and Education Activities. Belgium: Sense.

HUMAN RESOURCES & ORGANISATIONS

Davoine E., Morschett D., Novitskaya O., Batsenko K. (2013) Human Resource Management Issues in Multinational Companies: case studies from Ukrainian and Russian subsidiaries. Case book in English, Ukrainian and Russian language. Supported by SCOPES Program of Swiss National Fund. 

Lee JJ. and Glanz L.(2012). Don't think there aren’t crocodiles because the water is calm’: A study of workplace conflict narratives from the Malaysian Hotel industry 30th EuroCHRIE Conference EHL Lausanne October 25th-27th 2012.

Newnham, D.S. (2016). The organization of people in distress. 32nd Egos colloquium, Naples, 7-9 July, 2016. (full paper accepted February, 2016).

Newnham, D. S. (waiting revisions). Breaking the Code of tracking change: Retooling Change Laboratory analyses in order to regain equity in a voluntary organization. In Learning Culture & Social Interaction.

Novitskaya O., Davoine E. (2011) Трансфер Западных HR практик в Украине (Transfer of Western HR practices in Ukraine). Управление персоналом - Украина № 9 

Novitskaya O., Davoine E., Kabalina V., Voronina A. (2012) “Формирование практик УЧР в российских филиалах международных компаний: динамика стандартизации, адаптации и гибридизации. (The process of formation of HRM practices in Russian subsidiaries of Multinational Companies: standardization, adaptation and hybridization)”5th Annual Conference «Contemporary Problems in Management: Exploring the Boundaries». October 24, 2012, Moscow, Russia.

Novitskaya O., Davoine E. (2013) Managing HRM in Ukraine. Conference paper. 15 march, Simferopol, Ukraine.

Novitskaya O., Brewster C. (2016) The Impact of National Context Effects on HRM Practices in Russian Subsidiaries of Western MNCs. Journal of East West Business. 

Virkkunen, J. & Newnham, D.S. (2015). O Laboratorio de Mundança. Ume ferramenta de desenvolvimento colaborativo para o trabalho e a educaçäo. Serie Trabalho e Sociedae. Fabrefactum.

TOURISM

Cowhey, A., S., O’Leary, S. and O'Connor, N. (2014). A holiday to remember: How tourists are researching their Irish adventure using social media, Cork Institute of Technology; The 9th Annual Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference – The Past, Present and Future of Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland, Cork.

Ebersole, J. (2012). Anabaptist Tourism to Switzerland: Assessing the impact of the 2004 Swiss Reconciliation Initiatives and 2007 Emmental Tourism Täuferjahr events Proceedings of the international Conference on Tourism (ICOT 2012) Archanes, Crete, May 23-27.

MARKETING

Cowhey, A., S., O’Leary, S. and O'Connor, N. (2014). A holiday to remember: How tourists are researching their Irish adventure using social media, Cork Institute of Technology; The 9th Annual Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference – The Past, Present and Future of Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland, Cork.

Screti, F., & Martín Jiménez, A. (2011). Rhetoric and Argumentation in advertising: TV Campaign Let’s live like Galician. In F.H. van Eemeren, B.J. Garssen, D. Godden & G. Mitchell (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th Conference of the International Society for the Study of Argumentation (pp. 1778-1788). Amsterdam: Rozenberg/SicSat.

Screti, F. (2010). Comunicación empresarial: el caso Inditex. In J. Sueiro Justel (Ed.), III Congreso Internacional de Lingüística Hispánica (CILHIS): Novos investigadores en linguas e lingüística: actas (pp. 201-215). Lugo: Axac.

TECHNOLOGY

Delbreil, E. (2012). Wireless Sensor Technology Used to Enhance Quality of Life amongst the Elderly with dementia in France and Switzerland: Understanding Caregiver Perceptions to  Improve  Technology  Take-up  and  Business  Models.  In  Proceedings,  D.  Vrontis,  Y. Weber, R. Kaufmann, & S. Tarba (Eds.), 5th EuroMedConference - New Business Models For Success Through Competitiveness and Responsibility. Nicosia, Cyprus: EuroMed Press. ISBN: 978-9963-711-07-9.

Goedtkindt, P. (2012). Geo-temporal tracking (GTT) of tourist flows using mobile phone network data. In Proceedings, D. Vrontis, Y. Weber, R. Kaufmann, & S. Tarba (Eds.), 5th EuroMedConference - New Business Models For Success Through Competitiveness and Responsibility (pp.1544–1545). Nicosia, Cyprus: EuroMed Press. ISBN: 978-9963-711-07-9.

Rios-Morales R., Aiello L., and   Cacia, C. (2012). Enhancing Quality Brand of Tourism Products Using New IT Applications, Cambridge Business and economics Conference 2012, Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, June 27-28, 2012.

DESTINATION MANAGEMENT

Dupain C., Novitskaya O.(2015) Paris Destination Image from the Point of View of Asian Students. Roman Egger and Christian Maurer, Iscontour 2015 Tourism Research Perspectives, Proceedings of the International Student Conference in Tourism Research. Salzburg, pp. 325-340.

Jenkins l. Rios-Morales R., Cevera R. (2012). Sustainable business futures for adventure tourism actors in UK’s environmentally protected areas: The Case of Pembrokeshire Coastal and Brecon National Parks. In Proceedings, D. Vrontis, Y. Weber, R. Kaufmann, & S. Tarba (Eds.), 5th EuroMedConference - New Business Models For Success Through Competitiveness and Responsibility. Nicosia, Cyprus: EuroMed Press. ISBN: 978-9963-711-07-9

O’Connor, N. (2014). Global greening for St Patrick’s Day - Rolling out the green carpet overseas, Mid Sweden University, Sweden.

O’Connor, N. (2014). Camelot in Ireland - JFK’s relationship with the ‘old sod’, Mid Sweden University, Sweden.

O’Connor, N. (2014). Ireland through a lens - From Cong to…..Hollywood, Mid Sweden University, Sweden.

CULTURE & SOCIETY

Glanz, L and Underwood J (2012). Playing fast and loose with work: the global career capital of  mountain  lifestyle  professionals’  EIASM  workshop  on  new  analyses  of  expatriation ESSEC Business School, Paris December 13th-14th 2012.

Kammer C., le Clos de Chillon: histoire, spécificités et opportunités oenotouristiques, Geneva University.  

Screti, F. (2012). Postmodernismo y glocalismo en el raggamuffin de Fido Guido. In P. Couto Cantero et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 10th World Congress of the International Association for Semiotic Studies (IASS-AIS): Culture of Communication - Communication of Culture (pp. 279-290). A Coruña: Universidade da Coruña.

Screti, F. (2009). Una lengua cuatro lenguas: propuesta didáctica cuatrilingüe para la intercomprensión entre romanófonos. In L. Romero Aguilera & C. Julià Luna (Eds.), Tendencias actuales en la investigación diacrónica de la lengua: actas del VIII Congreso Nacional de la Asociación de Jóvenes Investigadores de Historiografía e Historia de la Lengua Española (pp. 489-504). Barcelona: Universitat de Barcelona.

BUSINESS & FINANCE

Granier E., Rios-Morales R. and Huh P. (2012). Perceptions and Drivers of Individual and Institutional Wine Investors. In Proceedings, D. Vrontis, Y. Weber, R. Kaufmann, & S. Tarba (Eds.), 5th EuroMedConference - New Business Models For Success Through Competitiveness and Responsibility. Nicosia, Cyprus: EuroMed Press. ISBN: 978-9963-711-07-9.

Mihai  S.,  and  Rios-Morales  R.  (2012).  Fiscal  Pressure  Impact  on  bank  Labor  in  the Eurozone. In Proceedings, D. Vrontis, Y. Weber, R. Kaufmann, & S. Tarba (Eds.), 5th EuroMedConference - New Business Models For Success Through Competitiveness and Responsibility. Nicosia, Cyprus: EuroMed Press. ISBN: 978-9963-711-07-9.

Rios-Morales R. and Brennan L. (2012). Chinese Foreign Direct Investment in Europe.  Research colloquium entitled  Chinese  Investment  in  Europe,  the  Centre for  International Business, University of Leeds, United Kingdom, 11th - 12th April, 2012.

Rios-Morales R. (2012) Foreign Direct Investment: method of economic growth and Poverty reduction. Keynote address at the 2nd Financial Research Conference, Research Foundation IMEF in collaboration with Ernst & Young, 30-31 August 2012, Technology Institute of Monterrey, Querétaro-Mexico. 

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Jenkins l. Rios Morales R., Cevera R. (2012). Sustainable  business  futures  for adventure tourism actors in UK’s environmentally protected areas: The Case of Pembrokeshire Coastal and Brecon National Parks. In Proceedings, D. Vrontis, Y. Weber, R. Kaufmann, & S. Tarba (Eds.), 5th EuroMedConference - New Business Models For Success Through Competitiveness and Responsibility. Nicosia, Cyprus: EuroMed Press. ISBN: 978-9963-711-07-9.

Jenkins, I., Bristow, R., and Cervera, R., (2012). From Cradle-to-Cradle: Food Sourcing and Attitudes of Restaurants to Sustainable Developments. The Cases of the Caribbean, USA, Switzerland and Wales, Working Paper, EuroCHRIE Conference, Lausanne 25-27 October.

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Kuokkanen, H., and Macdonald, M. (2012). Corporate Social Responsibility: the visitors’ view. In Proceedings, D. Vrontis, Y. Weber, R. Kaufmann, & S. Tarba (Eds.), 5th EuroMedConference - New Business Models For Success Through Competitiveness and Responsibility . Nicosia, Cyprus: EuroMed Press. ISBN: 978-9963-711-07-9.

Books & Book Chapters

Clark,  S.  (2012).  International  Case  Studies  for  Hospitality  and  Tourism  Management Students and Trainees, Ed. E. Ineson , M. Smith, and N. Valentin,. 3 Case studies. Tehnopress ISBN978-973-702-924-9. (Book chapter).

Clark, S. (Accepted 2012 – forthcoming 2013). Social and Cultural Aspects of Events. Ed O, Mouffakir, and T. Pernecky. (Book chapter).

Jenkins I. and Schroeder R.(Eds). (2013) Sustainability in Tourism Wiesbaden: Springer Gabler.

Jenkins, I. and Bristow, R. (2012). Global Sustainable Tourism Criteria – An International Perspective on Restaurant Sustainability Model Development. In ‘Innovative Business Practices: Prevailing a Turbulent Era’ Ed. Vontris D and Thrassou A., Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle Upon Tyne. (Book chapter).

John, C. (2012). International Perspective Switzerland. In: L. Safko, The Social Media Bible (3rd Ed., pp. 267-269). Hoboken, NJ, USA: Wiley. ISBN 978-1-118-26974-9. (Book chapter).

Juskiw P. and Glanz, L. (2013) ‘MBA Applied Research Projects: authentic learning for the hospitality industry‘  Advances in Business Education and Training’ Book Series. Series Ed  van den Bossche, Piet.

Kuokkanen, H. (2013). Responsibility in Festivals and Events: A Competitive Advantage. In M. Kozak, L. Andreu, J. Gnoth, S. Sibila Lebe, & A. Fyall (Eds.), Tourism Marketing: On Both Sides of the Counter (pp. 98–113). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Kuokkanen, H., & Rios-Morales, R. (2013). Developing Sustainable Competitive Advantage in the Tourism Industry: a Financial Conceptual Model. In I. Jenkins & R. Schröder (Eds.), (pp. 121–134). Wiesbaden: Gabler.

Rios-Morales R, and  Mihai-Yiannaki, S( 2013) Guest Editorship, ‘Innovative Approaches on Global Issues in Marketing and Finance’ Global Business and Economics Review Vol15, Nos 2-3.

Rios-Morales  R.,  Ramady  M.  and  Brennan  L.  (2012).  GCC  Sovereign  Wealth  Funds: Challenges, opportunities and issues arising from their growing presence on the global landscape, in The Gulf Cooperation Council Economies: Stepping up to Future Challenges. Editor. Ramady M., Publishers SPRINGER, M. (pp. 237-250), ISBN 978-1-4614-1610-4.(Book chapter).

Rios-Morales R, Gamberger D.,Schweizer M., & Brennan L.,(2013) International Environment features and Swiss Foreign Direct Investment. Global Business and Economics Review Vol15, Nos 2-3.

Rios-Morales  R.  &  Crotts  J.  (Forthcoming-2013)  Policy  Strategies  for  Innovation  in Switzerland.   in Innovative Business Practices: Prevailing a Turbulent Era . In ‘Innovative Business Practices: Prevailing a Turbulent Era’ Ed. Vontris D and Thrassou A., Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle Upon Tyne. (Book chapter).

Robinson, J. and O’Connor, N. (2014). The successful integration of recreation and cultural/heritage in a rural setting – An Irish Case Study, An international workshop of the Regional Studies Association (RSA) Research Network on Tourism and Regional Development, Evolution and transformation in tourism destinations: Revitalisation through innovation? Rovira i Virgili University, Catalonia, Spain.

Screti, F. (in progress). The language of dissent: the construction of counter-hegemonic discourses in Tarantinian raggamuffin vernacular singers from South Italy. In A. Ross & D. Rivers (Eds.), The Sociolinguistics of Hip-Hop as critical conscience: Dissatisfaction and dissent, New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

Screti, F. (2014). Noi: il pronome della nazione. In M. C. Janner, M. A. Della Costanza, & P. Sutermeister (Eds.), Noi Nous Nosotros. Studi romanzi, Études romanes, Estudios románicos (pp. 145-176). Bern: Peter Lang.

Screti, F. (2014). Spanish Pasta: Food, Advertising and Nationalism. In T. Fernández Ulloa (Ed.), Changes, conflicts and ideologies in contemporary Hispanic culture (pp. 103-122). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Screti, F. (2012). La granja nacionalista española: El Toro (español), la Vaca (gallega), el Burro (catalán), la Oveja (vasca) y el Jabalí (vasco), símbolos identitarios en competición. In T. Fernández Ulloa (Ed.), Ideology, politics and demands in Spanish language, literature and films (pp. 358-379). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Screti, F. (2010). Llover y llorar una metáfora histórica. In M. T. Encinas Manterola et al. (Eds.), Ars Longa, diez años de AJIHLE (Vols. 1-2, pp. 447-460). Buenos Aires: Voces del Sur.

Smith, M. (2014) Adapting City as Text and adopting reflective writing in Switzerland. In Long A. (Ed.), Writing on your feet: Reflective practices in City as Text™. NE: NCHC Monograph Series. Portnoy, J. (Ed.). Lincoln.

Smith, M (2013) ‘Self as Text:  A Model for Innovators in Honors Teaching and Learning’ (forthcoming) The International Honors Conference 2013 - Evoking Professional Excellence in Higher Education Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences The Netherlands; 3 & 4 October 2013

Van der Broek P (2013) Leadership Strategies for Women. Lessons from Four Queens on Leadership and Career Development. Management for Professionals Book Series.Springer-Verlag Berlin.

Journal papers & other articles

Albarran M, (2014) Delivering the Customer Service Management System's Promise to Your Target Market Hotel Business Review, 2014

Bradley, J(2013)Lisa Downing, The Subject of Murder: Gender, Exceptionality, and the Modern Killer Feminists@Law, Vol 3, No2

Benton D., Donohoe R. T., Clayton D. E. and Long S. J.  (2013). Supplementation with DHA and the psychological functioning of young adults. British Journal of Nutrition, 109, pp 155-161.

Carter, N. O'Byrne-Prior, J.  and O'Connor, N. (2014).  Establishing the suitability of Limerick City (Ireland) as a conference destination host, Contemporary Issues in Hospitality Student Journal, Hotel and Tourism Management Institute (HTMi), 6(1); 59-70.

Delbreil, E. & Zvobgo, G. (2013) Wireless Sensor Technology in Dementia Care: Caregiver Perceptions, Technology Take-up and Business Model Innovation, EuroMed Journal of Business, 8 (1). 

Ebersole, J. (2012). A Plastics Index for the Food Services Industry Academica Turistica  Year 5 no 2. December.

Engeström, R., Batane, T., Hakkarainen, K., Newnham, D.S., Nleya, P., Senteni, A., & Sinko, M. Reflections on the use of DWR in intercultural collaboration (2014). Mind, Culture and Activity. 21, (82),129-147.

Jenkins I. and Rios-Morales R (2013) Market Niches and the Perceptual Economic Impacts on a Remote Alpine Village: The BRITS week in Laax Event Management Vol 17, Number 3.

Kontopodis, M. & Newnham, D.S. (2011). Dialogue 2011: Expanding Cultural-Historical and Critical Perspectives on Child and Youth Development. In (Eds.) M, Kaontopodis & D.S. Newnham. Ethos, 39 (1), 71-75.

Kuokkanen, H. (2013). Improving profitability: A conceptual model of destination-centric revenue management. Journal of Revenue & Pricing Management. doi:10.1057/rpm.2013.2 (Advance Online Publication).

Kuokkanen, H., & Macdonald, M. (2012). CSR – Are visitors willing to pay for responsibility? In Ecole Hotelier de Lausanne (Ed.), EuroCHRIE 2012 Lausanne - Hospitality for a Better World (pp. 158–168). Lausanne: EuroCHRIE.

Kuokkanen, H., & Macdonald, M. (2012). CSR: Are visitors willing to pay for responsibility? Hospitality, (28), 13.

Newnham, D.S. (2015). Facilitating the “Elite” in innovation acquisition: an overrated concept or, a necessity? The Journal of Quality Education. 6, pp. 115-132.

Newnham, D.S. (2014). Abstract forms of thinking: Adolescent bullying and suicide. In Conference on advances in economics, management and social study.  Seek Digital Library: Doi 10.15224/978-1-63248-036-1-65. Pp 68-72.

Prince, D. (2012). American Accreditation: Why do it?, Higher Learning Research Communications September 2012 Volume 2, Number 3 pp. 45-51.

Rios-Morales R.,  Gamberger D.,  Schweizer M.  and  Brennan L.  (Accepted  2012). Institutional Environment Features and Swiss Foreign Direct Investment. Global Business and Economics Review (GBER), Academic Journal Inderscience. ISSN print: 1097-4954.

Rios-Morales, R., Gamberger, D., and Jenkins I. (Accepted 2012). Modeling the Interaction of Tourism Development.  The Journal of Global Business Administration (JGBA),  Academic Journal Inderscience. ISSN:  1913 - 375.

Screti, F. (in progress). Re-writing Galicia: boundaries in imaginary spaces. (Journal of Language and Politics).

Screti, F., & Gerbaudo, P. (in progress). The discursive construction of the addressees in Podemos’ electoral discourse. Notes from the 2015 Spanish general electoral campaign. (Discourse and Society).

Screti, F. (in progress). The rhetoric of ‘coladero’. How Right and Left candidates represented immigrants during the 2008 Spanish general elections. (Discourse Studies).

Screti, F. (in progress). La regimentazione della diversità. Rappresentazioni delle lingue italiane nella stampa contemporanea. (Bulletin Suisse de Linguistique Appliquée).

Screti, F. (submitted). Counterrevolutionary art: OBEY and the manufacturing of dissent. Critical Discourse Studies.

Screti, F. (2016). La lengua como ideologema. Análisis de folletos de propaganda política de asociaciones estudiantiles de A Coruña. Sintagma Journal of Linguistics, 28, (in press).

Screti, F. (2015). Partidos políticos e interactividad: el metadiscurso performativo. Apuntes de las elecciones generales españolas de 2008. Discurso & Sociedad, 9(3), 331-358.

Screti, F. (2015). The ideological appropriation of the letter <k> in the Spanish linguistic landscape. Social Semiotics, 25(2), 200-208. DOI:10.1080/10350330.2015.1010321

Screti, F. (2013). Defending Joy against the Popular Revolution: legitimation and delegitimation through songs. Critical Discourse Studies, 10(2), 205-222. DOI:10.1080/17405904.2013.764614

Screti, F. (2013). Let's live like Galicians: Nationalism in Advertising. Journal of Argumentation in Context, 2(3), 299-321. DOI:10.1075/jaic.2.3.02scr

Screti, F. (2013). Fido Guido: postmodernismo y glocalismo en la música vernácula reggae-raggamuffin de Italia meridional. Cultura, Lenguaje y Representación, 11, 125-143. 

Screti, F. (2012). Al Sur de ningún Norte: manipulación léxica, eufemización y ocultamiento de las desigualdades mundiales. Signo y Seña, 22, 235-261.

Screti, F. (2012). Publicidad en la política, política en la publicidad. Pensar la Publicidad, 6(1), 35-61.

Smith, M. R. (2012). Self as text: Adaptations of Honors practice in Switzerland.  Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, Fall/Winter, 13/2, 101-106.

Virkkunen, J., Newnham, D.S., Nleya, P. & Engestrom, R. (2012). Breaking the vicious circle of categorizing students in school. In Learning Culture and School Interaction. 1, (2), 67-152.

Yvon, F., Ghaiguerova, L.A., & Newnham, D.S. (2013). Vygotsky under debate: two points of view on school learning. Psychology. Russia: State of Art.  6 (2)