Is appointed as Dean Research for UniSA Business, University of South Australia and Professor Emeritus, University of Calgary, Canada.
My research focuses on international work and learning transitions and the integration of diversity
and social justice into professional practices.
My research highlights learning and work transitions of people across countries and cultures with a
focus on international students and workers. International transitions are relevant for young
adolescents and adults who are navigating new cultural contexts while exploring and implementing
their career aspirations. Nancy expanded the model of culture-infused career counselling to provide
applications of diversity and social justice concepts.
Arthur, N. (Ed.). (2018). Counselling in Cultural Contexts: Identities and Social Justice. Springer.
Arthur, N., Borgen, R., McMahon, M. (2019). Career Theories and Models at Work: Ideas for Practice. CERIC. https://ceric.ca/publications/career-theories-and-models-at-work-ideas-for-practice/
Arthur, N., McMahon, N. (2019). Contemporary Theories of Career Development: International
Perspectives. Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/Contemporary-Theories-of-Career-Development- International-Perspectives/Arthur-McMahon/p/book/9781138279988
Arthur, N., Lei, D., Woodend, J. (2022). From Near and Afar: International Secondary School
Students’ Career Influences. Journal of Career Development, 0(0). https://doi.org/10.1177/08948453221094309
Arthur, N. ., Woodend, J., Gust, L., Dyrda, A., Dang, J. (2022). It’s Not As Easy as They Say:
International Students’ Perspectives About Gaining Canadian Work Experience. Canadian Journal of
Career Development, 21(2), 42–58. https://doi.org/10.53379/cjcd.2022.344