Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay is a professor at the School of Administrative Sciences at Téluq University (University of Quebec) and the director of the ARUC on the management of ages and social times (www.teluq.ca/aruc-gats). In recognition of the quality of her research and teaching, she was admitted to the Circle of Excellence of the University of Quebec in 2021 and became a member of the Royal Society of Canada in 2022. She held the Canada Research Chair in socio-organizational issues of the knowledge economy (www.teluq.ca/chaireecosavoir) from 2002 to 2016 and is currently the Canada Research Chair in socio-organizational issues of the knowledge society. A member of the Order of Certified Human Resources Advisors, she is the author of numerous scientific articles and books (www.teluq.ca/dgtremblay) and has also been a visiting professor at several universities, including Paris I-Sorbonne, Lyon III, Lille I, Toulouse-Mirail, Hanoi (Vietnam), Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium), and the European School of Management.
She conducts research on work-family balance, work organization, telecommuting, and coworking, and has been invited to give lectures in many countries, including France, Vietnam, and Belgium, and is responsible for second-cycle programs in contemporary human resources management and creative project management at Téluq University.