Evangelia (Lian) Dumouchel
Ms. Evangelia (Lian) Dumouchel
Position: Principal Lecturer
Affiliation: Tourism Management
LinksHomepage URL: www.tru.ca/act
InterestsLian Dumouchel has been a faculty member at Thompson Rivers University (TRU) since 1994 and taken on a variety of roles including Program Coordinator, Chair, and International Academic Coordinator in the Tourism Management Department. She received a Teaching Excellence Award in 2010 and has extensive experience in curriculum development and international initiatives. Lian has been a member of TRU's Senate, Academic Planning and Priorities Committee, Academic Planning Steering Committee, International Affairs Committee and Board of Governors. She spearheaded the development of the Bachelor of Tourism Management Degree (1997), the Entrepreneurship Major (2003), and the Global Competency Certificate (2009) at TRU.
Before joining TRU, Lian owned and operated a small business consulting firm in Montreal, where for nine years she served clients from such diverse sectors as hospitality and tourism, manufacturing, telecommunications, and retail.
Between 2011 and 2016, Lian took a break from her faculty role and was seconded to two administrative positions at TRU, first as Director of International Academic development (2011-2013), then as Director of Global Engagement (2014-2016).
Research InterestsLian's research interests include curriculum development, high impact and experiential learning, internationalizing higher education, entrepreneurship, innovation, knowledge management and product development within small firms.
EducationMBA in Small Business Management, 1985
McGill University, Montreal, Quebec
B.Com. in Accounting & Marketing, 1982
Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec
PublicationsDumouchel, L. and Russell, K. (2013) Study Abroad Ambassador Program: Using the Power of Peers to Build Student Engagement for Study Abroad. In: A World of Learning: Canada's Performance and Potential in International Education. Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Bureau of International Education (CBIE), pp.54-55.
Dumouchel, L. (2010) Knowledge transfer and relationship building among students, the small business community, and the university. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management & Organisational Learning, pp. 154-160.
Courses TaughtCourses Taught:
ACCT 121 Financial Accounting
ACCT 123 Managerial Accounting
BBUS 347 Consumer Behaviour
BUAD 120 Introduction to Business
BUAD 151 Business Mathematics
COMP 193 Computer Applications in Business
CONV 226 Managing Festivals & Events
HMGT 210 Food & Beverage Cost Control
MKTG 240 Retail Management
MNGT 252 Small Business Management
TMGT 111 The Tourism Industry
TMGT 1140 Human Resources Management
TMGT 115 Marketing
TMGT 116 Supervisory Leadership in Tourism
TMGT 225 Hospitality Law
TMGT 259 Entrepreneurship
TMGT 261 Environmental Issues in the Tourism Industry
TMGT 3000 Practicum in Tourism
TMGT 302 Tourism Policy & Planning
TMGT 3030 Financial Management in Tourism
TMGT 4010 Tourism Product Development & Innovation
TMGT 403 Resort & Recreation Management
TMGT 405 Event Tourism
TMGT 412 Developing New Tourism Enterprises
TMGT 4130 Tourist Behaviour
TMGT 414 Tourism strategy
TMGT 4150 Managing Small Tourism Enterprises
TMGT 4180 Managing the Tourist Experience
TMGT 419 Tourism Enterprise Consulting Project