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Queen's University

Principal announces provost search committee

Principal Daniel Woolf has convened and will chair a committee to advise him on the appointment of a new provost and vice-principal (academic). Dr. Robert Silverman's term as the inaugural holder of this position ends June 30, 2011.

The Principal invites members of the Queen's community to submit their views on this appointment and on the operation of the Provost's Office.

The advisory committee has been selected with the assistance of University Senate. The committee members are:

  • Daniel Woolf, Principal and Vice-Chancellor (Chair)
  • Toby Abramsky, Trustee
  • Irène Bujara, University Advisor on Equity
  • Safiah Chowdhury, President, Alma Mater Society
  • Caroline Davis, Vice-Principal Finance and Administration
  • Rosemary Jolly, professor, Department of English
  • Irene LaFlèche, senator and staff member in the School of Computing (elected by Senate)
  • Leila Notash, senator and professor, Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering (elected by Senate)
  • Susan Marlin, Associate Vice-Principal Research
  • Alistair MacLean, Dean, Faculty of Arts and Science
  • Kathy O'Brien, Director, Office of the Provost
  • Jawad Qureshy, President, Society of Graduate and Professional Students
  • Haotian Wang, senator, Engineering and Applied Science student (elected by Senate) 
  • Sally Rigden, Special Assistant, Principal's Office (Secretary)

Members of the university community are invited to submit their views of the Office of the Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic) to the Principal at Respondents are asked to state whether or not they wish to have their letters shown, in confidence, to members of the advisory committee by September 15th, 2010. 

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