LOUIS-FRANCOIS BRODEUR holds an MA in political philosophy, is a doctoral candidate in administration at HEC Montreal and has received a doctoral grant from the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture (FRQSC). His research focuses on professors’ academic freedom: how it emerges, interacts with its environment and changes. In recent years he has had the opportunity to present his research at numerous international forums. Alongside his academic activities, he serves on FRQSC’s Board of Directors.
His interests lin higher education and Public Policy ed him to be involved in many organizations. He has been President of Force Jeunesse —which promotes and works towards improving youth’s job prospects and equity between generations,— administrator at the Association francophone pour le savoir (ACFAS) —which promotes diffusion of knowledge,— and graduate student representative at the University of Montreal (FAÉCUM).
In addition to having organized, hosted and participated in several conferences on union renewal, secularism, reasonable accommodations, the future of civil service, he has also written on the university system. Finally, in his spare time, he is a cycling enthusiast and novice gardener.