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KRIS HANS & ERIK CHRISTIANSEN



Expert Voices:

Watch as Kris Hans and Erik Christian discuss the importance of preparation, communication, reusable resources, collaboration software, and netiquette


Profiles

Kris Hans

Kris is an ideas generator capable of turning dreams into reality and truly a social entrepreneur. He continues to undertake diverse roles and responsibilities that bring his skills and experience to serve Calgary’s many communities — a testament to the value that he places on civic participation and social enterprise. 

Currently, Kris is Co-Founder and Strategist at Market Grade, an interdisciplinary consultancy focused on marketing, design, innovation, and strategy. Kris teaches Business Management, Design Thinking, Economics for Business, Entrepreneurial Thinking (Opportunity Identification & Technology for Entrepreneurs), Global Challenges,Strategic Planning, and Strategic Selling at the University of Calgary. At Mount Royal University he's been teaching Business Communications since 2016 and taught Entrepreneurship and Marketing in the past. Also Kris served as the first-ever Entrepreneur in Residence at W21C in the O’Brien Institute of Public Health, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary. Kris continues to work with students and start-up ventures to help grow their businesses and diversify the Alberta economy.

To connect with Kris, visit the following: 


Eric Christiansen

Erik is the subject librarian for Psychology, Counselling, Health and Physical Education and the Music Conservatory at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Canada. Erik has experience working in information technology, and previously he provided instructional design, education technology and research support at the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Education. His research interests are centered around open education, integrating information literacy into academic curriculum and web usability. He is an active member of the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) community. Erik also has a long held interest in computing, interface design and music.

To learn more about Erik, you can visit his website, blog or follow him on Twitter.

  • Twitter: @egchristiansen






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