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For the Record: March 8, 2019

For the Record provides postings of appointment, committee, grant, award, and other notices set out by collective agreements and university policies and processes. It is the university’s primary vehicle for sharing this information with our community.

The next issue of For the Record will be published Thursday, March 22. The deadline for submitting information is Tuesday, March 20. For the Record is published bi-weekly throughout the academic year and monthly during the summer.

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COMMITTEES

Advisory Search Committee – Director of Global Health

The Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS) is looking for an individual to fulfill the role of Director of Global Health, who will act a member of the executive team of the Office of Professional Development and Educational Scholarship (OPDES). The Director of Global Health is expected to facilitate inter-professional collaboration between the Schools of FHS to prepare its learners and support its faculty to educate, conduct research and advocate to reduce the effects of health disparities in Kingston and improve health and health outcomes globally. A Search Committee, Advisory to the Dean, has been established to provide advice on the directorship and the present state and future prospects of Global Health. The composition of the committee is as follows:

  • Dr. Leslie Flynn (Chair), Vice-Dean, Education, FHS
  • Dr. Richard van Wylick, Associate Dean, Continuing Professional Development, FHS
  • Dr. Colleen Davison, Assistant Professor, Department of Public Health Sciences
  • Dr. Susan Bartels, Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
  • Sharon Yeung, Global Health Officer Sr., Aesculapian Society
  • Crystal Tripple (Secretary), Staffing Assistant, Faculty of Health Sciences

The Advisory Search Committee is now accepting applications for the position. Applications should consist of a cover letter and an up-to-date curriculum vitae. Faculty, staff, students, residents and all other members of the hospital and university communities, are also encouraged to submit their comments, in writing, on the present state and future prospects of Global Health, as well as the names of possible candidates for the directorship and the reasons for supporting each nominee. Applications for the position and written submissions are to be directed to the chair c/o Joel Gillis, Faculty of Health Sciences, Macklem House, 18 Barrie St., Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 3N6. Electronic submissions can be forwarded to joel.gillis@queensu.ca.

While applications and submissions will be accepted throughout the search process, it will be advantageous for the committee to have them by March 22, 2019. Responses received will remain confidential and will be shared only with the members of the review committee; Anonymous submissions will not be considered.

Advisory Committee – Dean, Faculty of Education

Dr. Rebecca Luce-Kapler’s term as Dean of the Faculty of Education ends on June 30, 2020, and Dr. Luce-Kapler has indicated that she would be pleased to consider a second term as dean. In accordance with the procedures established by Senate, an advisory committee chaired by Interim Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic) Tom Harris will be established to advise the principal on the present state and future prospects of the faculty, and on the dean’s renewal.

Future Prospects of the Faculty and Advisory Committee Membership

Members of the university community are invited to submit letters with commentary on the present state and future prospects of the faculty, and to suggest individuals who might serve on the advisory committee. Respondents are asked to indicate whether they wish to have their letters shown, in confidence, to the members of the advisory committee. More information on the Faculty of Education is available on the faculty website and in the Dean’s Review report published in 2018.

Letters and advisory committee member suggestions should be submitted to Tom Harris, Interim Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic), via provost@queensu.ca, by Wednesday, March 27, 2019.

APPOINTMENT

Susan Belyea – Director, Ban Righ Centre

The Division of Student Affairs and the Board of the Ban Righ Foundation welcome Susan Belyea as the new director of the Ban Righ Centre.

Belyea succeeds Carole Morrison, who has moved to the position of associate director, operations and business development in Career Services.

Belyea brings extensive leadership and administrative experience with not-for-profit organizations, and as a successful small business owner, to this important role. She founded and ran Fireworks Glass Studio locally for 17 years, developing planning, finance and management skills. She is also co-founder of Loving Spoonful and served as its first executive director. She worked with a board of directors, staff, volunteers, donors and community advisors to grow Loving Spoonful into a sustainable charitable organization that works to meet the needs of food insecure populations in Kingston.

Belyea enrolled at Queen’s as a mature student and completed a PhD in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies in 2018. Her dissertation focused on food provisioning in Canada and Cuba, and she brings to the directorship a global perspective – also acquired through more than 20 years of welcoming international students into her home.

Belyea has taught and supervised undergraduate students for the past five years, and is finishing up a post-doctoral fellowship. During her studies, she spent many hours writing at the Ban Righ Centre, and knows first-hand what a special community and space it is for Queen’s, and the positive impact it has on the lives and academic success of mature women students.

NOMINATIONS

Nomination period open for Brockington Visitorship, Chancellor Dunning Trust, George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Robert Sutherland Visitorship and Rosen Lecture Series

Any person or group within the Queen’s community is eligible to make a nomination

The Provost’s Advisory Committee for the Promotion of the Arts invites nominations for the Brockington Visitorship, the Chancellor Dunning Trust Lectureship, the George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, the Robert Sutherland Visitorship and the Rosen Lecture Series. In order to encourage the broadest possible range of nominations, any person or group within the Queen’s community is eligible to make a nomination.

The deadline for submission is 11.59 pm on April 1, 2019.  Please send one electronic copy of submission to provost@queensu.ca

Terms of Reference

Brockington Visitorship – To invite a person of international distinction to come to Queen’s University to deliver a public lecture and to meet formally and informally with faculty and students.

Chancellor Dunning Trust Lectureship – The Chancellor Dunning Lecturer will be expected to deliver a public lecture that promotes the understanding and appreciation of the supreme importance of the dignity, freedom and responsibility of the individual person in human society.

George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund – This fund provides grants to support public performances and exhibitions for the benefit of the Queen’s and broader Kingston communities.

Robert Sutherland Visitorship – The purpose of the Robert Sutherland Visitorship is to enable dialogue and inspire action around race-related, equity, and justice issues in order to shape our citizens of tomorrow.

Rosen Lecture Series – The purpose of the series is to enable the wider community to better understand the living and vital tradition of Judaism, its relationship to other religious traditions and its role in the development of contemporary civilizations, and to explore the historical role played by Jews and Jewish thought.

SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES

Job Title: Administrative Coordinator
Department: University Relations
Competition: J1118-1126
Successful Candidate: Christine Wash (Smith School of Business)

Job Title: Registered Practical Nurse (OPSEU Local 452)
Department: Family Medicine
Competition: J0119-0635
Successful Candidate: Nicole McNeill

Job Title: Communications and Events Coordinator
Department: Faculty of Health Science - Southeastern Ontario Academic Medical Organization Office (SEAMO)
Competition: J1018-0466
Successful Candidate: Hollie Knapp-Fisher

Job Title: Program Manager, Master of Management Analytics
Department: Master of Management Analytics - Smith School of Business
Competition: J0119-0554
Successful Candidate: Emily Vanderheyden

Job Title: Office Assistant (USW Local 2010)
Department: Postgraduate Medical Education
Competition: J1218-0839
Successful Candidate: Amanda Villeneuve (Family Medicine)

Job Title: Program Manager, Global MMA (USW Local 2010)
Department: Global Master of Management Analytics - Smith School of Business
Competition: J1218-0066
Successful Candidate: Noemie Halle-Ducasse (PGPS Admin - Smith School of Business)

Job Title: Program Assistant, Commerce Program (USW Local 2010)
Department: Commerce - Smith School of Business
Competition: J0119-0802
Successful Candidate: Brittany Howard

Job Title: Senior Web Services and Data Security Specialist - Residence Technology (USW Local 2010)
Department: Residences
Competition: J1218-0378
Successful Candidate: Ian Gauthier (Residences)

Job Title: Business Support Representative
Department: Human Resources
Competition: J1118-0275
Successful Candidate: Peter Phillips

Job Title: Learning Managment Systems Specialist (USW Local 2010)
Department: Continuing and Distance Studies
Competition: J1018-0374
Successful Candidate: Ziyad Muslat (Continuing Teacher Education)

Job Title: Associate Director, Facilities and Operations
Department: Athletics and Recreation
Competition: J1118-1100
Successful Candidate: Richard (Rick) Ladouceur

Job Title: Transcript Assistant (USW Local 2010)
Department: Office of the University Registrar (Records and Services)
Competition: J1118-0371
Successful Candidate: Lucas Serson

Job Title: Salesforce Administrator (USW Local 2010)
Department: Salesforce - Smith School of Business
Competition: J0219-0241
Successful Candidate: Jessica Power (Professional Graduate Program Services - Smith School of Business)

Job Title: Teaching and Learning Coordinator
Department: Centre for Teaching and Learning
Competition: J1218-0257
Successful Candidate: Kairee Kirkwood (VP Academic - Office)

Job Title: Marketing Manager (USW Local 2010)
Department: Marketing and Communications - Smith School of Business
Competition: J0518-1191
Successful Candidate: Hayley Nador (Professional Graduate Program Services - Smith School of Business)

Job Title: Program Manager - Healthcare Quality, Risk and Safety
Department: School of Nursing
Competition: J0119-0191
Successful Candidate: Michelle Trotter (School of Nursing)

Job Title: Learning Management Systems Specialist
Department: Continuing and Distance Studies
Competition: J1018-0422
Successful Candidate: Chandra Erickson

Job Title: Staffing Office Assistant
Department: Faculty of Health Sciences
Competition: J0119-0135
Successful Candidate: Angelie Fortin