Rosemary has received a Masters degree in Psychology and a Masters degree in Industrial Relations, both from Queen's University. She completed her PhD from the Centre for Industrial Relations at the University of Toronto and joined the faculty in the College of Commerce at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon in 1992.
Her research interests include, demographic effects on the labour force and on career patterns, as well as work-time scheduling including alternative work-time arrangements. Rosemary is co-author with David Foot of several demography papers, including, "Populations, Pyramids and Promotional Prospects".
Rosemary Venne, Donna Goodridge, Elizabeth Quinlan and Paulette Hunter. 2015. “Let’s Talk about Dying: Proposals for Encouraging Discussion of Advance-Care Planning.” The International Journal of Aging and Society, Vol 5(4), pp.33-46.
Kalagnanam, S. and Venne, R. A. 2015. ‘Management control in a spiritually-charged organisation’, International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp.1–15.
- Goodridge, Donna, Elizabeth Quinlan, Rosemary Venne, Paulette Hunter, and Doug Surtees. "Planning for Serious Illness by the General Public: A Population-Based Survey," ISRN Family Medicine, vol. 2013, Article ID 483673, 8 pages, 2013. doi:10.5402/2013/483673.
- Hannay, Maureen. & Rosemary A. Venne. 2012. It’s showtime: using movies to teach leadership in online courses. MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching. Vol 8 (no.3), pp 238-247.
- Foot, David .K. and Rosemary A. Venne. 2011. The Long Goodbye: Age, Demographics and Flexibility in Retirement. Canadian Studies in Population, 38, (3-4), 59-74.
Rosemary A. Venne. 2011. "Mentoring: Bridging the Generational and Career Divide", in Adapting Mentorship Across the Professions, (eds. E. Ralph & K. Walker), Calgary:Temeron Books, pp.107-122.
Rosemary A. Venne. 2010. 'Longer to launch: Demographic changes in life-course transitions'. in Ways of Living: Work, Organisations, Community and Lifestyle Choices, edited by Paul Blyton, Betsy Blunsdon, Ken Reed and Ali Dastmalchian, Palgrave Macmillan, pp75-98.
Selection of recent Presentations and Conferences:
- “Demographics, Career Attachment and Partial Retirement: the Changing Picture of Female Retirement” at the Southern Demography Association 2014 Annual Meeting, in Memphis Tennessee, October 15-17, 2014.
- May 27, 2013, invited presentation to Association of Managers in Canadian College and University Student Centres (AMICCUS-C) on the topic of Work-life Balance (Get a life: work-life balance in the 21st century, Saskatoon SK.
- Rosemary Venne (Presenter), Donna Goodridge; Elizabeth Quinlan, Paulette Hunter & Doug Surtees. “Policy implications for encouraging discussions of advance-care planning” at the Aging and Society 2013 conference, November 8-9, 2013, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
- Rosemary Venne: 2012. Demography and Educational Trends in Alberta, at NAIT (Northern Alberta Institute of Technology) Employee Engagement Event, April 30, 2012, Edmonton Alberta
- Rosemary Venne. 2011. Freedom 67: Women, Career Attachment and Partial Retirement, presented at the Canadian Research Data Centre Network National Conference 2011 “Coming of Age: The Policy Impact of an Aging Population”, Edmonton, Alberta, October 4-5.
- Rosemary A. Venne (with M. Hannay). 2011. It's Showtime: Using movies to teach leadership in online courses (concurrent session), Annual meeting of the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE), held at the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, June 15-18.
- Rosemary A. Venne. Public Policy Forum’s conference on Mature Workers “Canada’s Aging Workforce”, on Panel: Strategies for Retention and Recruitment, title of presentation: “The long goodbye: Age, demographics and flexibility in retirement”. Ottawa, October 28, 2010.
- Rosemary A. Venne. Presentation to Skills and Employment Branch's YMAGIN (Your Mandate for Greater Involvement) at Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC), Title: The Coming Demographic Shift: Career, Leadership and Human Resource Implications. Gatineau, Quebec, October 5, 2010.
- Rosemary A. Venne. The Coming Demographic Shift: Career and Human Resource Policy Implications, presented to Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, September 16, 2010.