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Marturano Antonio

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Adjunct Professor of Philosophical Anthropology, Department of Science and Technology of Education, University of Rome, Tor Vergata

Main areas of specialisation: Applied Ethics (Business Ethics, Leadership Ethics and Ethics of Information Technology), Metaethics, History and Philosophy of Technology, Logic, Philosophy of Logic and Deontic Logic.

Other areas of interest: Philosophy of Leadership, Philosophy of Law.

Employment History

2015- to date Instructor of Public Speaking, Italian Diplomatic Academy, Program “Students Ambassadors to UNO – NHSMUN 2017”
2014- to date Adjunct Professor of Philosophical Anthropology, Department of Science and Technology of Education, University of Rome, Tor Vergata
2013 Head of Leadership Department, Swiss School of Management, Centre of Rome, Italy
2012- to date Professor of Leadership, Swiss School of Management, Centre of Rome, Italy.
2012 Visiting Professor, Bled Business School, Slovenia
2011 Lecturer, Leadership and Strategic Management, Master in Public Management and E-Government, Salento University Lecce.
2010 Lecturer, Seminar on Leadership and Culture, (in English), European University of Rome, International Leadership Semester.
2009 - 2013 Lecturer, Leadership and Communication, MA in Public and Political Communication, University of Pisa (online since 2012-2013).
2008- 2009 Adjunct Professor MA in Management Consulting and ERP, LUISS Guido Carli Rome, Dauphine Paris and CSC.
2008- 2011 Lecturer, Faculty of Economics, LUISS Guido Carli Rome.
2007- 2013 Adjunct Professor of Business Ethics, Faculty of Economic, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Rome (Italy).
2007 Visiting Lecturer in Leadership Studies, Jepson School of Leadership Studies, University of Richmond (VA).
Jan 2002- Dec. 06 Research Fellow - Centre for Leadership Studies, XFI Building, School of Business and Economics, University of Exeter, U.K.
2006 Visiting Lecturer - Institute of Bioethics, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Rome (Italy).
2003 - 2004 Visiting Lecturer - School of Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Exeter (UK)
Jul.-Dec. 2002 Visiting Lecturer Lancaster University Management School, Lancaster (UK)
2000 – 2002 Marie Curie Research Fellow, Institute of Environment, Philosophy and Public Policy, Lancaster University, Lancaster (UK)
2000 Marie Curie Research Fellow, Centre for Professional Ethics, University of Central Lancashire, Preston (UK)
1998 – 2001 Teaching Assistant, School of Economics, Centre for Information Systems, LUISS Guido Carli University Rome (Italy)
1998 – 1999 Visiting Lecturer, Faculty of Engineering, L’Aquila University (Italy)
1998 Visiting Scholar, Institute for Cultural Research, Lancaster University (UK)
1997-1999 Teaching Assistant, School of Law, Institute of Philosophy of Law, University of Rome “La Sapienza”(Italy)
1997-1998 Teaching Assistant in Philosophy of Law, School of Law, Luiss University of Rome (Italy)

Teaching experience
I have held undergraduate and postgraduate lectures, tutorials and seminars on critical thinking and formal logic and on philosophical approaches to legal and ethical problems, focussing especially on those raised by new information technologies, biotechnologies, leadership and work management strategies. I have also supervised undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations (MA and PhD) in the same areas.

Teaching Approach
Throughout my career, I have incorporated a variety of different teaching methods. These include the use of comics, videos, films, case studies, student presentations, small surveys, literature reviews, etc. Based on experience and regular feedback from students about particular learning techniques, I have attempted to raise the participative role of students in lectures as well as in seminars. My interests in teaching methods other than the conventional lectures have led to a paper on the subject in European Business Forum in 2005.

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