Meet the people
The Academic Committee
ECAS Academic Committee
The Academic Committee advises and assists the Management Board and the Shareholders’ Board in shaping ECAS’ academic agenda.
Members of The Academic Committee
Simone Abels is Professor of science education and Vice President at the Leuphana University Lüneburg. Her research interests are in inclusive science education, inquiry-based learning, reflective teacher education and video-based professional development.
James Conroy is Professor of Religious and Philosophical Education (Pedagogy, Praxis & Faith) and Dean of Global Engagement for Europe at the Universitiy of Glasgow. He is also Academic Director of ECAS.
Erich Hörl is Professor of Media Culture and Media Philosophy.
His research focusses on the conceptualization of a general ecology as well as on the history, the problems and challenges of the contemporary technological condition.
Iain MacNeil is the Alexander Stone Chair of Commercial Law at the University of Glasgow where he heads the research group on corporate and financial law. His research interests focus on a range of issues in corporate governance and financial regulation, including sustainable finance and the implications for the global legal order of China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
Markus Reihlen is Professor of Strategic Management at Leuphana University Lüneburg. From 2010 to 2012 he was Graduate School Dean of Studies and from 2012 until 2020 Vice President responsible for the Leuphana Graduate School, Young Academics and Entrepreneurship.
Sabina Siebert is Professor of Management at the Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow, UK. Her research interests include organizational and institutional change, trust and distrust, organizations and professions, and management in the creative industries. Currently she is Academic Fellow in the Scottish Parliament researching the topic of how Parliamentary spaces affect the practices, modes of working and people’s interactions.
Jörg Philipp Terhechte
Henrik von Wehrden
in a new context to create novel knowledge. His research spans across many spatial scales and systems, as well as explores the normative dimensions of methodological research.