B.A.(Hons.)’80, D.Phil.’83 (Oxford). Daniel Woolf became Queen’s University’s 20th Principal and Vice-Chancellor on Sept 1 2009. Formerly Dean of Arts at the University of Alberta, he has also been a professor and administrator at McMaster University and Dalhousie University. Born in Britain and raised in Winnipeg, he studied history at Queen’s (BAH 1980) before earning a DPhil at Oxford University (1983) and then returning to Queen’s as a SSHRC postdoctoral fellow in history. A specialist in early modern British history and in the history of historical thought and writing, he is also a Professor in the Queen’s History Department and remains active in research and graduate supervision. He is married and has three children, one of them a Queen’s student. He is a Fellow of a number of learned societies, including the Royal Society of Canada.
Diane Beauchemin obtained a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry in 1984 from l'Université de Montréal (where she also got a B.Sc. degree in 1980). She then became Research Associate at the National Research Council of Canada where she worked until she joined the Department of Chemistry at Queen's University in 1988 as Assistant Professor. She became Full Professor in 2001, and now has over 114 publications. She currently supervises 7 graduate and 4 undergraduate students, and teaches 2nd and 4th year courses in Analytical Chemistry and a graduate course. She became President of Queen’s University Faculty Association on July 1, 2013.
My career at Queen's has taken me from place to place over the course of now six years. Being of the School of Computing, I became involved within the Computing Students Association and eventually its President. From there, I did an internship for 16 months at IBM. Last year I was a senator, and throughout the past three I've been a teaching assistant and instructor for MATH 111. My interests include teaching & learning, computer science, entrepreneurship, organizational structure & behaviour, and economics. I'm looking forward to another year on Senate and as the representative of nearly 16,000 Queen's students.
As Vice-Provost and Dean of the School of Graduate Studies Dr. Brouwer provides leadership for the administration, enrollment planning, program development/quality assurance and student support (academic and professional development). She maintains an externally supported research program focusing on the physical demands of mobility in aging and stroke and motor cortical control of movement. She has supervised more than 28 Master's and PhD students to completion in Rehabilitation Science, Neuroscience and Kinesiology & Health Studies and currently supervises 2 graduate students (1 Master's, 1 PhD )and 1 post-doctoral fellow.
Stephen Elliott is currently Dean of the Faculty of Education and teaches in the Artist in Community Education program. He has received degrees from Queen's University in Fine Art (BFA,1979) in Education (BEd,1980; MEd,1989) and Art Education from Concordia University (PhD,1999). He is a printmaker and painter with works in many private and corporate collections including The Husky Oil collection, The Toronto Dominion Bank Collection and Art Group Toronto. His current research interests focus on issues that deal with the educative aspects of "talk about art." Major topics of investigation include art criticism, aesthetics, art critiques, and art history.
Bill Flanagan holds a J.D. from the University of Toronto (1985), a D.E.A. from Paris I (Université Paris I-Sorbonne)(1986), and an LL.M. from Columbia University (1989). He has been a member of the Faculty of Law at Queen's University for the last 22 years and was appointed Dean of Law in 2005. He was reappointed for a third term in 2013. He was a law clerk for the Hon. Justice Estey of the Supreme Court of Canada from 1986-87. His biography on the Faculty of Law website can be found here: http://law.queensu.ca/facultyAndStaff/facultyDirectory/flanagan.html.
After spending 26 years at McMaster University, where he received a Lifetime Achievement Award in teaching from the McMaster Student's Union, Dr. Alan Harrison went on to become the Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic) first at Carleton University (2003-2006), then the University of Calgary (2006-2011) before joining Queen's University in 2011 as its Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic). As the university's senior academic, budget and operating officer, Dr. Harrison works with his fellow Vice-Principals to ensure that planning is fully integrated across the university, aligns with the academic mission, and is supported by an appropriate allocation of resources.
Steven N. Liss is the Vice-Principal Research at Queen’s University and a full Professor of Environmental Studies and Chemical Engineering at Queen’s, with research focused on environmental biotechnology and engineering, applied microbiology, wastewater and water management, and fate of contaminants in engineered and natural environmental systems. He is a member and Chair of a number of Boards and management groups as part of his role in supporting research and innovation across Canada. He has also played a significant leadership role in the advancement of university education at the undergraduate and graduate level.
Iain completed his BA in Political Science at Simon Fraser University and his MA at Queen's in Political Studies, before beginning his PhD in the same department in 2008. His dissertation research focuses on Canadian immigration policy and federalism, but his broader research also looks at Canadian identity, political institutions and reform. He served as the Graduate Student Senator in 2010/11 and, during that period, also served as the graduate student representative on the original Academic Planning Task Force. He began his year term as SGPS President in May 2013 and is looking forward to a second term on Senate.
of Toronto, Masters in medical education, Southern Illinois University, and fellowship in colorectal surgery at the University of Texas, Houston. At Toronto Faculty of Medicine, he was inaugural Director of the Faculty’s Centre for Research in Education at UHN, Vice President of Education at UHN and R. S. McLaughlin Professor and Chairman of the Department of Surgery. In July 2010, Dr. Reznick assumed the position of Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen’s University and Chief Executive Officer of the Southeastern Ontario Academic Medical Organization (SEAMO).
Since joining Queen’s School of Business (QSB) in 2003, David Saunders has led the development of a new strategic plan, two unique MBA programs and a suite of professional Masters programs. His focus on strengthening QSB’s international network has resulted in exchange partnerships with over 100 top global business schools, eight double-degree options for QSB students, and the opening of a QSB executive education facility in the UAE. David is co-author of the world’s three largest selling negotiation textbooks. He is Chair of the EQUIS Awarding Body and sits on the board of CEIBS (China Europe International Business School).
Ann leads Queen's Division of Student Affairs, which includes enrolment services for undergraduate and graduate students as well as residences and ancillary services. Ann has established new transition programs for Queen’s students, including Summer Orientation & Q Success; she has increased recreational space on campus and introduced new mental health education tools. She has two degrees from Queen’s - a Bachelor of Laws and a Masters in Public Administration. Ann was previously Vice Provost (Students) at the University of Calgary and served at Carleton University as Dean of Students & Associate Vice President, Student & Academic Support.
Dr. Kimberly A. Woodhouse, B.Eng., Ph.D. (Chemical Engineering) is the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science and a Professor of Chemical Engineering at Queen’s University. Dr. Woodhouse serves on the NSERC Council, the Canadian Academy of Engineering Board of Directors and the Ontario Research Fund Advisory Board. She has received a number of awards, including the Engineers Canada Medal for Excellence in Engineering Education; the Premier’s Excellence Award and the Professional Engineers Ontario Engineering Medal and is a Fellow of the Society of Biomaterials and a Fellow to the Canadian Academy of Engineering.