Dung Q TranFriday 11:30am - Growing the Value and Leadership of Honor Societies Through Storytelling and Design

A member of three ACHS-certified honor societies, Dr. Dung Q. Tran, is an Assistant Professor of Leadership and Organization Development in the School of Business, Arts, and Media at Cabrini University. With regard to research and teaching, Tran is interested in how values-based perspectives and storytelling shape leader identity development and organizational leadership theory and practice. 

Working at the intersection of Leadership and the Humanities, his scholarship has appeared in the International Journal of Servant-Leadership; Communication Research Trends; the Journal of Catholic Education; the Asian American Theological Forum; and (with M. R. Carey) in the following anthologies: Evolving Leadership for Collective Wellbeing: Lessons for Implementing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (Emerald, 2019); The Palgrave Handbook of Workplace Spirituality and Fulfillment (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018); and Breaking the Zero-Sum Game: Transforming Societies Through Inclusive Leadership (Emerald, 2017).

In addition to Tran's scholarly and pedagogical pursuits, he currently serves as vice-president of Alpha Sigma Nu's Board of Directors. 

The child of Vietnamese refugees, Tran earned his doctorate in Leadership Studies at Gonzaga University and completed his master's degree in Theological Studies – with emphases in Spirituality and Catholic Higher Education – at Santa Clara University. He also holds Washington and California Teaching Credentials in History, a master's degree in Secondary Education, and two bachelor's degrees in Communication Studies and Theology from Loyola Marymount University.