Queen's University

For the Record: February 2, 2012

Date: 
Thu, 02/02/2012

Appointments

New Faculty Appointments

Steven C. Brooks, Emergency Medicine (March 2012)

Staff Appointments

Admissions/Clinical Skills Assistant
Faculty of Health Sciences - Undergraduate Medical Education
2011-232
Danielle Blackstock

Director, Ban Righ Centre
2011-231
Carole T. Morrison (Faculty of Education)

Assistant to the Directors
Undergraduate Medical Education
2012-252
Caitlin Eales

Project Manager
Physical Plant Services
2011-214
Jamie Thompson

Administrative Secretary
Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine
2011-262
Dana Thompson-Green

Administrative Coordinator
Office of the Vice-Principal (Research)
2011-245
Susan Richardson (Office of Research Services)

Systems Coordinator
Queen's University Library
2011-219
Katie Legere (Human Resources)

Advancement Officer
Athletics and Recreation
2011-133
Sarah Roth (Development)

Site Program Assistant (Bowmanville - Oshawa - Lakeridge)
Family Medicine
2011-216
Christina Carey (Family Medicine)

Research Contracts Coordinator
Office of Research Services
2011-233
Heather Ellsworth-Webster (NCIC Clinical Trials Group)

Human Resources Assistant
School of Busines
2011-260
Jaclyn McCoy

Research Accounting Officer
Finacial Services
2011-136
Tyler Robinson

Assistant Coordinator - Standardized Patient Programs
School of Medicine
2011-152
Connie Taylor

Business Analyst
Financial Services
2011-239
Tanya Fowler (Financial Services)

Billing Clerk
Family Medicine
2011-238
Cindy Allen

Senior Development Officer
Development
2011-253
Margaret Einarson (Development)

Administrative Secretary, Development
School of Business
2011-265
Noreen Haun (School of Business)

Materials Supervisor/Buyer
Physical Plant Services
2011-206
Berniece Ladanyi

Associate Director, Investments
Investment Services
2011-132
Brian O’Neill

Senior Application Support Technician
Discovery Systems, Stauffer Library
2011-218
Alex Fletcher

Human Resources Client Services Manager
Human Resources
2011-180
Leah Wales

Graduate Program Assistant
School of Nursing
2011-215
Briana Broderick (Faculty of Law)

Receptionist
Family Medicine – Family Health Team
2011-236
Jennifer Wells (Family Medicine – Family Health Team)

Examinations Administrator
Office of the University Registrar
2011-222
Deborah Smith (Office of the University Registrar)

Caretaking Attendant
Residence Facilities (Housing and Hospitality Services)
2011-227
Courtney Pearson

Caretaking Attendant
Residence Facilities (Housing and Hospitality Services)
2011-228
Allan Le Roy

Caretaking Attendant
Residence Facilities (Housing and Hospitality Services)
2011-229
Chelsea Fowler

Caretaking Attendant
Residence Facilities (Housing and Hospitality Services)
2011-230
Sharon Brazeau

Committees

Dean's Advisory Review Committee – Surveillance Studies Centre

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 Surveillance Studies Centre:

Allen Head (Economics), James Lee, Chair, (Associate Dean - International and Research, Faculty of Arts and Science); Mark Rosenberg, (Geography); Sergio Sismondo, (Philosophy); Sonja Verbeek, Recording Secretary, [Office of the Vice-Principal (Research)]. 

Members of the university community are invited to submit their comments on the present state and future prospects of the Surveillance Studies Centre by Wednesday, February 29, to Sonja Verbeek, c/o Office of the Vice-Principal (Research), 251 Richardson Hall, or via email.  More details may be found online.

Department of Community Health and Epidemiology

Alan Harrison, Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic), has appointed a selection committee to provide advice on the appointment of a successor to Dr. William Mackillop who will complete his second term as head of the Department of Community Health and Epidemiology on December 31, 2012. The selection committee has the following membership:

Elected members from the Department of Community Health and Epidemiology
Dr. Beatriz E. Alvarado-Llano, Assistant Professor
Dr. Patricia A. Groome, Professor
Dr. Duncan J.W. Hunter, Associate Professor
Dr. Will D. King, Associate Professor
Dr. Paul Y. Peng, Associate Professor

Appointed Members
Alex Perry, graduate student representative
Dr. James N. Reynolds, Professor, Biomedical and Medical Sciences
Lee M. Watkins, Administrative Assistant, Community Health and Epidemiology

Non-Voting Members
Dr. David H. Rappaport, Associate Dean, School of Graduate Studies
Dr. Iain D. Young, Vice-Dean Academic, Faculty of Health Sciences

Chair
Richard K. Reznick, Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences

Secretary
Gail L. Knutson, Senior Staffing Officer, Faculty of Health Sciences

All members of the university community are invited to submit the names of possible candidates for the headship and to comment, in writing, on the present state and future prospects of the department. Submissions are to be directed by Wednesday, February 8 to Dean Reznick, c/o Mrs. Knutson, Faculty of Health Sciences, Macklem House, Queen’s University, 18 Barrie Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 3N6 or to gail.knutson@queensu.ca. All submissions will be reviewed by the selection committee, in confidence, and will become part of the record of decision-making. Anonymous submissions will not be considered.

Governance

Staff senator election

Staff members are invited to vote for one staff senator to serve a three-year term starting September 1, 2012.

Nominees are: George Farah (ITServices), Eliot Frymire (NCIC Clinical Trials Group), Julie Gutelius Clarke (School of Business), Janice Hill (Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre) and Darcie Kelly (Alumni Relations & Annual Giving).

Staff can vote online from February 1 through February 27.

Visit the Senate website for more information. 

Apply now to serve on Senate committees

Committee service is a valuable way in which members of the university community participate in the governance of Queen's. Senate committees discuss issues of broad interest to the academic community, and make recommendations on policy and practice that are essential to the university's operations and evolution.

At this time the Senate Nominating Committee seeks faculty, staff and students who are willing to put their names forward for committee service, beginning September 1, 2012. Terms are usually for two years, with the number of meetings per year depending on the particular committee's area of responsibility.

For a list of vacancies, visit the website. You can click on the committee name to read the terms of reference and composition. An online application form is at the bottom of the vacancy list.

The need for members to serve on all these committees is pressing. Community members are urged to consider putting their name forward, either for a committee dealing with a subject that is of immediate interest or concern to you, or for a committee dealing with a subject that you know is important. Either way, committee work allows you to directly impact the way Queen's functions as a teaching and research institution, and as a community of scholars, students and staff.

Applications will be accepted until March 16.

If you wish to discuss the opportunity of serving on a Senate committee, please feel free to contact the Secretariat Office at (613) 533-6095.

Nominations

OPIRG Positive Space Award

The OPIRG Positive Space Award is presented to a full-time Queen’s undergraduate or graduate student who has demonstrated leadership in the Queen’s and/or Kingston community in promoting the recognition and celebration of sexual and gender diversity. 

Any member of the Queen’s community may nominate a student for this award. To nominate someone, send an e-mail with the subject “Nomination” to posspace@queensu.ca including the following information:

• Your name, program/department, and contact information (phone number/email address)
• Your nominee’s name, program, and contact information, and whether your nominee is a graduate or undergraduate student.
• The name, program/department, and contact information of at least one other person willing to serve as a reference on behalf of your nominee.
• A description of why you think your nominee should receive the OPIRG Positive Space Award, including some of the LGBTQ activities in which this person engages and how the person has shown leadership in promoting the recognition and celebration of sexual and gender diversity.

The nomination deadline is Friday, February 10. You can nominate more than one person.

The recipient of the fourth annual OPIRG Positive Space Award will be announced during Queen’s Pride Week in March.

Questions and comments may be sent by email.  

2012 Award for Excellence in Graduate Supervision

The School of Graduate Studies provides this award to recognize those outstanding supervisors who demonstrate excellence in advising, monitoring and mentoring graduate students through their training. Excellence is judged on the quality of supervision and mentorship in facilitating the acquisition of skills and resources needed for the student to succeed as scholars and professionals. Characteristics include availability, timeliness and quality of guidance and feedback, responsiveness to student needs, and enthusiasm for the pursuit of knowledge. In addition the supervisor must promote timely completion of the thesis and encourage the career development of the student through the provision of leadership and support in academic matters such as publishing, presenting, applying for funding. Preference will be given to faculty members who have displayed sustained mentorship activity over many years.

For further details and a nomination form please visit the SGS website. Complete nomination packages must be submitted to the School of Graduate Studies no later than Monday, April 30 at 4:30 pm.

Notices

Submit applications for Chairs in Teaching and Learning

Queen’s University Chairs in Teaching and Learning recognize faculty members who have a record as excellent teachers and as scholars of teaching and learning, who have demonstrated educational leadership at Queen’s and elsewhere, and who have a program of activities that would allow them to make their expertise widely available to the university community. The chair is for three years (non-renewable) and comes with a grant of $20,000 per annum in support of the chair’s activities. Any faculty member with a full-time regular or continuing adjunct appointment is eligible to apply.

To apply, faculty members must submit the following to ctl@queensu.ca by February 27, 2012.

• an abbreviated CV
• a Teaching Dossier
• a detailed proposal (maximum of five single-spaced pages) describing their planned activities and outcomes during his/her term; a budget for these activities is also required
• a letter from the applicant’s dean or department head indicating how they will support the chair during his/her term

Additional information about the chair can be found online, by calling (613) 533-6428 or ctl@queensu.ca

 

 

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