Lecturer in Food Entrepreneurship and Management in the School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology at the Technological University of Dublin
HRF Publication: Happiness and Domestic Life
Conference: Happy Homes, Happy Society?
Working Paper | Does working from home lead to increased happiness?
HRF Publication: People, Care and Work in the Home
Conference: A Home: A place of growth, care and wellbeing
Working Paper | Working from Home: a double edged sword
Kathleen Farrell works as a lecturer in Food Entrepreneurship and Management in the School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology at the Technological University of Dublin. She has also worked for some years in the hospitality industry in both managerial and training roles. She holds a Masters in Business Studies and a PhD from Smurfit Business School, University College Dublin. Her research interests include work/home harmony, work/life balance and entrepreneurship education. She has some publications in the aforementioned areas of research. In 2017 she worked on a joint project with representatives from Dublin City University (DCU), Cork Institute of Technology, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology, and Dundalk Institute of Technology the purpose of which was to design a digital badge for entrepreneurship education. Recently she visited Kaohsiung University of Hospitality and Tourism in Taiwan in order to foster educational relations and cooperation between Dublin Institute of Technology and Kaohsiung University. She has delivered a module in Strategic management in Hainan University China.