Career Infusion, Career Related Core Competencies, Communication in Public Administration, Panelology
Professor Claude Drolet is our primary communications faculty. Prior to joining us, he worked as the program coordinator for Incheon National University’s Global Excellence Program, including lecturing on global communications and career development. In addition to nearly two decades of experience in higher education, he also worked four years as a communications specialist for the Incheon city government.
Prof. Drolet earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Concordia University and his master’s degree in education from University of Southern Queensland.
A Need for Comprehensive Career Guidelines in Korean Education, Australian Journal of Career Development, Vol 25, Num 2
Adopting a Career Development Culture: A Proposal for Policy Makers, Asian Journal of Cultural Policy, Volume 1, Number 2
An Evidence Based Model for Career Infusion, paper presented at the 2014 Spring Conference of the Korean Association of General Education.
Infusing Career Development into the EFL Classroom: A Proposal for University Teachers, Asian Journal of General Education, Vol 1, Num 1
Student Voices: Korean Perceptions of Ideal English Teachers, Asian Journal of General Education, Vol 1, Num 1
Using Comics in the Development of EFL Reading and Writing, TESOL Review, 2010 Journal
Incheon National University, Incheon, SK - PhD in Public Administration (ABD)
Conestoga College, Kitchener, ON. Can - Graduate Certificate in Career Development,
University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Aust - MEd Literacy and Learning,
Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Can - BA in Psychology, Minor in Organizational Behavior