research is concentrated primarily in the areas of teacher
development, policy analysis, and English Education and
is funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research
Council of Canada (SSHRC).
He has published
over 100 articles and proceedings, has authored eight book
chapters, written ten books and edited three others. He
has also presented more than 80 refereed conference papers
across Canada, the United States, Europe, South America,
Asia, Africa, and Australia. Dr. Cherubini has been awarded
more than $250,000 in external funding from SSHRC.
Dr. Cherubini was the recipient of the 2014 McGraw Hill
Distinguished Scholar Award presented at the 26th Annual
Ethnographic and Qualitative Research and the 17th Annual
American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences Conferences
In 2019, Lorenzo
was distinguished with the Judge's Choice Award in the Short
Verse Poetry Competition of the Ontario Poetry Society for
his poem, "De-Mentia." Also in 2019, he published
his first book of poetry - Words and Thoughts, Somewhat
of a Rap, and the Parasitic Gap. (Silver Bow Publishing.
Lorenzo was appointed as a member of the Ontario Education
Research Panel (OERP). Among the goals of the OERP is to
further educational research for the advancement of education
Professor Cherubini is the former Editor of the AABSS Journal
- an annual publication of the American Association of Behavioral
and Social Sciences (AABSS). He has served as the Director
of the Tecumseh Centre for Aboriginal Research and Education
at Brock University. Approved by Brock University Senate
in the Fall of 2004 The Tecumseh Centre for Aboriginal Research
and Education is the only multidisciplinary research entity
in Ontario that builds educational programming around the
expressed needs and requirements of Aboriginal communities.