A graduate of Harvard University with a Master's degree in Education, Betsy is currently studying toward a PhD in Management. Betsy's research focuses on sensemaking behavior of innovation teams, specifically within high reliability organisations. She seeks to understand from an ethnographic foundation how teams talk when they are chartered with creating something new.
Immediately before enrolling at Exeter Betsy completed a program in Bioethics at Yale University. She has been a successful entrepreneur and intrapreneur, and she has twice been elected President of Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs, Inc., a 501(c)(3) with 5,000 members worldwide. In addition, she has worked at Harvard and MIT doing research and facilitating educational experiences for students as well as executives.
In parallel to her academic activities, Betsy has designed and delivered courses on the archaeology of the ancient near east at the Semitic Museum at Harvard University. She also has published poetry and written plays in the medical humanities.
Campbell, B. (2005). Teaching about good work by preparing well: Designing online resources for ethics educators.
Commentary on “Moral pedagogy and practical ethics” (Huff & Frey).
cience and Engineering Ethics, Volume 11, Number 3, 409-41, DOI:10.1007/s11948-005-0009-0
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