In her role as Interim Associate Vice-Principal (International), Jill Scott leads the university’s strategic direction for all aspects of Queen’s international engagement. Working closely with faculties and schools, the Vice-Provost and Dean of Student Affairs and the Office of the Vice-Principal (Research), she is responsible for the implementation of the Queen’s University Comprehensive International Plan and supports strategic international relationships, institutional coordination, communication and collaboration across the university to assist students, faculty and staff to expand and grow international learning and research.
In addition to her role in the international portfolio, Dr. Scott currently holds the position of Vice-Provost (Teaching and Learning) and is professor in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures with cross-appointments to Gender Studies and Cultural Studies. Her research is divided between the areas of Indigenous language and cultural revitalization and assessment of learning in higher education. She is Principal Investigator for a HEQCO-funded, institution-wide, network-based research project focused on the development and assessment of cognitive skills in undergraduate education.