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University appoints enrolment management group


Queen’s has formed a Strategic Enrolment Management Group (SEMG) to oversee the development of an enrolment plan for the university. The SEMG has been created on the recommendation of the university’s Enrolment Planning Task Force.

“This group will play an important role for the university as we navigate a constantly changing post-secondary landscape,” says Alan Harrison, Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic). "The SEMG will recommend strategies for the development of enrolment at Queenʼs that are sustainable and also consistent with the values of the university."

The factors the group will consider as it develops its recommendations are changing demographics and student interest, financial challenges and opportunities, the effects of the university’s new activity-based budget, and government priorities.

The group’s first task will be developing an enrolment plan for 2013-2014, along with projections for the two subsequent years. The plan will be presented to Senate in the spring.

Members of the SEMG are: Provost Harrison; Ann Tierney, Vice-Provost and Dean of Student Affairs; Jo-Anne Brady, Vice-Provost (Planning and Budgeting); Teresa Alm, Interim University Registrar; Charles Sumbler, Senior Associate to the Provost; David Saunders, Dean, Business; Stephen Elliott, Dean, Education; John Pierce, Acting Associate Dean (Studies), Arts and Science; Kimberly Woodhouse, Dean, Engineering and Applied Science; Iain Young, Executive Vice-Dean, Health Sciences; Jane Emrich, Assistant Dean of Students, Law; Brenda Brouwer, Vice-Provost and Dean, Graduate Studies; Doug Johnson, President & CEO, Alma Mater Society; Aaron Bains, Student Senator, Law, and voting member of the Society of Graduate and Professional Students; and Laurene Ratcliffe, Professor, Biology.

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