For the Record: December 2, 2010
Call for nominations to the Senate academic plan task force
On November 25, the Senate voted to establish a task force to develop an academic plan for Queen's University. The membership of the task force is: three faculty, one dean, one staff, two students (one undergraduate and one graduate/professional) and, in addition, a chair appointed by the principal. A majority shall be senators.
The task force will create the academic plan.
The deadline for nominations is December 10 at 4 pm.
Please submit nominations using the online form. Self-nominations are accepted.
Senate and Board of Trustees call for nominations
Nominations are requested for the following positions:
Senate: One staff member, three-year term, 2011 until 2014.
Board of Trustees: One staff member, four-year term, 2011 until 2015.
Board of Trustees: One faculty/librarian/archivist member, four-year term, 2011 until 2015.
Nomination forms and information about the process are available online or by contacting the University Secretariat at (613) 533-6095.
Nominations must be received at the University Secretariat, 153 Richardson Hall, by 4 pm on December 10.
Dean's advisory review committee – Disraeli Project
In accordance with Queen’s University Senate policy on "Procedures Governing the Establishment, Reporting and Review of Research Centres, Institutes and Other Entities at Queen’s University" and in collaboration with the Office of the Vice-Principal (Research), Dean Alistair MacLean announces the membership of the advisory committee for the review of the Disraeli Project: James Lee, Associate Dean - Research, Faculty of Arts and Science (Chair); Frederick Lock, Department of English; Diane Reid, Faculty of Arts and Science (recording secretary); François Rouget, Department of French Studies; and Marguerite Van Die, Department of History.
Members of the university community are invited to submit their comments on the present state and future prospects of the Disraeli Project by Friday, January 14, 2011, to Dr. James Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org) c/o Office of the Dean, Faculty of Arts & Science (F300 Mackintosh-Corry Hall). Details may be found online.
New location for Pension Plan AGM
The annual general meeting of the Queen’s Pension Plan, originally scheduled to be held December 3 at 1:30 pm in Wallace Hall of the John Deutsch University Centre, has been moved to Room 101 of the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies Building, 28 Division Street (across from Dupuis Hall).
December 2010 payroll cut-off dates
Most university departments will be closed from noon, Friday, December 24, until 8:30 am, Monday, January 3, 2011. Due to the necessity of closing the 2010 calendar year, cut-off dates will be as follows:
Monthly paid employees
1. Salaries deposited to bank accounts will be available by 10 am on December 31, 2010.
2. The cut-off date for changes to the regular monthly payroll is Tuesday, December 7, 2010.
3. The cut-off date for salary requisitions for monthly paid employees is Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Casually paid employees (Does not apply to monthly paid employees)
For Casual Salary Reqs processed by: Direct Deposits will be made on:
Tues. Nov.16/10 (pp end Nov. 13)................................ Fri., Nov. 26/10
Tues. Nov. 30/10 (pp end Nov. 27)................................Fri., Dec. 10/10
* Fri. Dec. 3/10 (pp end Dec. 11)...................................Wed., Dec. 22/10
** Fri. Dec. 17/10 (pp end Dec. 25)…………………...Fri., Jan. 07/11
*Departments that choose to pay their employees for the last payroll of 2010 (pp ending date of December 11) may estimate salaries owing and process requisitions accordingly.
Approved requisitions for casually paid employees, processed after the cut-off of December 3, 2010, will not be paid until January 7, 2011.
**Please note: This payment will not be included in the individual’s 2010 T4 that is issued by the university in February 2011 as payment falls into the 2011 taxation year.
If you have a milestone of five, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 years or more of continuous service coming up and you do NOT wish your name to be included in the listing, please contact Faye Baudoux at ext. 77791. Congratulations to those who reached the following milestones in October and November 2010.
October 2010 (omitted from October Milestones)
25 years: Raymond Caird, Custodial Services; Shelagh E L Mirski, Environmental Health and Safety; David T Quesnel, Custodial Services.
20 years: Norman Amey, Custodial Services; Ann-Marie Bradley, Clinical Trials Group; Paula Whitley, School of Environmental Studies.
35 years: Lee R Boudreau, Pathology and Molecular Medicine; Candy K Randall, Continuing and Distance Studies.
30 years: V Elaine Bevens Caird, Apartment and Housing; Angelo Antonio D'Alessandro, Custodial Services; Roger F Healey, Institutional Research and Planning; Onno Oosten, Mechanical and Materials Engineering.
25 years: Terry Burns, Custodial Services; Gordon Crawley, Central Heating Plant; Stephen Graham, PPS; Wayde K McMachen, Custodial Services; Ronald J Oomen, Custodial Services; Barbara L Saunders, Pathology and Molecular Medicine.
20 years: Kathie Granger, OUR; David Lynch, PPS; Janet L MacDonald, Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine; Lisa Rodriguez, School of Business.
15 years: Bogumil Mekarski, PPS.
10 years: Karen E Logan, Development; Susan Beth Magee, Pharmacology and Toxicology; James E Petrunka, ITS.
Five years: Whitney A Babcock, Career Services; Josie Birchall, School of Kinesiology and Health Studies; Maureen E Boisvert, School of Business; Sherri L Bradshaw, School of Business; Nancy Chase, School of Business; Rebecca Cranham, Animal Care Service; Christopher S Ducharme, Residences; Stephen W Fitch, School of Business; Terri L Flindall, Alumni Relations & Annual Giving; Jacqueline F Gilmour, PPS; Jennifer N M Gilmour, PPS; Christopher Holton, PPS; F Christopher MacPhee, HPCV Laboratory; Lisa S C Menard, Alumni Relations & Annual Giving; Betty Ann Mills, Residences; Katharine A Newstead, School of Business; E Jane O'Donnell, School of Business; Judith E Russell, School of Business; Michele L Vignola, Residences; Amber Wallace, School of Business; Sherri A Whan, Residences; Elaine Margaret Wilson, PPS, Joan M Wilson, Residences.
20 years: Meave McLatchie, Industrial Relations Centre; Lauren Sharpe, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
15 years: Shirley Roth, School of Music.
10 years: Kim Akerblom, Institutional Research and Planning; Brian Secker, Faculty of Education; Lee Sheahan, Respiratory and Critical Care; Murray Skeggs, Campus Security; Ruiyao Wang, Chemistry.
Five years: Kelly J Hoadley, Residences; Krista Ann Knight, Postgraduate Medical Education; Liane C Wintle, School of Business.
Staff Appreciation Day Draw, December 2, 2010
Congratulations to the winners and sincere thanks to all who donated prizes.
Donor Prize Prize Winner
Principal Daniel Woolf Gift Basket Susan Earle
(Faculty of Arts & Sci)
Vice-Principal Caroline Davis Gift Basket and Pamela Anne Livingston
(Finance & Administration) Evergreen Saplings (Biochemistry)
Vice-Principal Steven Liss Queen’s Fleece Lisa Riley
(Research) (Annual Giving)
Vice-Principal Tom Harris Gift Basket Meagan Conners
(Advancement) (School of Business)
Richard Reznick Gift Basket Tracy Elliott
Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences (University Secretariat)
John Pierce Queen’s hat and scarf Marilyn Lindsay
AVP and Dean, Student Affairs (Psychology)
Al Orth Floral Arrangement Lisa Menard
Acting AVP, Human Resources (Annual Giving)
Alistair MacLean Gift Basket Sherri Ferris
Dean, Faculty of Arts and Science (Physical Plant Services)
Stephen Elliot Book Lynne Wight
Dean, Faculty of Education (Vice-Principal (Academic))
William Flanagan Waffle Maker Shawn Tinlin
Dean, Faculty of Law (Pathology & Molecular Medicine)
David Saunders QSB Fleece Carolyn Heymans
Dean, School of Business (Human Mobility Research Centre)
Interim Vice-Provost and Gift Basket Ann-Marie Bradley
Dean, School of Graduate Studies (NCIC Clinical Trial)
Joanne Brady Gift Basket Melissa Balson
University Registrar (Physics)
Martha Whitehead Gift Basket Tom Bradshaw
Acting University Librarian (School of Computing)
Sean Reynolds Digital Photo Frame and Carly Napier
Chief Information Officer Speakers (Career Services)
Nominate a Queen’s hero
Do you know someone who has worked tirelessly in support of Queen’s and deserves recognition? Consider nominating them for a Queen’s Distinguished Service Award.
First awarded in 1974, the Distinguished Service Awards are presented annually in May at the University Council meeting and dinner. The 176 recipients to date include alumni, staff, faculty members, former principals, retirees, donors and friends – all of whom have in some way helped to make the university a better place.
Although the deadline is a few months away on February 4, 2011, the selection committee would like people to start thinking about submitting and preparing a nomination before the holiday season ramps up over the next few weeks.
All alumni and members of University Council (this includes members of Senate and the Board of Trustees) are invited to nominate candidates. Other university community members with nomination suggestions are encouraged to contact a representative. Membership lists are posted on the University Secretariat website under the Senate, Board and University Council categories.