Benjamin Redekop
Associate Professor
Leadership and American Studies
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Areas of Expertise
Environmental Leadership; Leadership for Sustainability; Social Movement Leadership; Managerial Decision-Making; History of Ideas; Common Sense Philosophy; Anabaptist-Mennonite History and Culture; German Enlightenment; Scottish Enlightenment.

Ph.D., University of British Columbia European Intellectual History, 1996
M.A., First Class, University of British Columbia Intellectual & Cultural History, 1990
B.A., Summa Cum Laude, Fresno Pacific College, Intellectual and Cultural History, Philosophy,1985

Awards, Scholarships, Grants
2010 Founder’s Research Stipend, Undergraduate Leadership Review. (In support of student research)
2009 North American Management Society Best Paper in Entrepreneurship: “Entrepreneurial Leadership: A Conversation with Dwight Carlson” NAMS annual meeting, Chicago, Illinois
2007 TRW/CETL Educational Scholar Award, Kettering University
2005-08 National Science Foundation CCLI grant to develop a multi-disciplinary course in Industrial Ecology (Co-Principal Investigator)
2003 National Science Foundation & Rockefeller Foundation Grant The Research Revolution: Science and the Shaping of Modern Life (Lead Scholar & Discussion Leader)
2001 Outstanding New Researcher Award, Kettering University

Memberships/Associations (not all are active)
American Society for Engineering Education
Academy of Management
International Leadership Association
Community Leadership Association
American Historical Association
American Society for Eighteenth-Century StudiesHistory of Science Society
International Society for Intellectual History
Reid Society, Society for Literature and Science