Provost's Advisory Committee on Budget

I. Terms of Reference

An advisory committee to the provost comprising vice-principals, deans, shared services directors and faculty, provides advice on the budget model and specific resource allocation options. More specifically, the committee:

  • reviews recommendations and provides advice on the development of the budget model; ensures a broad understanding of the objectives and principles of Queen's activity-based budget;
  • makes specific recommendations to ensure that the budget model reflects transparent and appropriate incentives to stimulate revenue growth and efficiently and effectively attribute activity costs required to support the academic enterprise; and
  • advises on appropriate resource allocation to shared services; reviews unit budgets as part of the annual budget process.

II. Committee Composition

Name Title
P. Deane Principal and Vice-Chancellor
B. Crow Dean, Faculty of Arts and Science
K. Deluzio Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
L.M. Postovit Faculty Member
K. Bertrand Vice-Principal (Advancement)
M.C. Arguin Chief Information Officer and Associate Vice-Principal (ITS)
M. Fraser Vice-Principal (University Communications)
M. Evans Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic) 
D. Janiec Vice-Principal (Finance and Administration)
S. Simpson Vice-Principal (Culture, Equity, and Inclusion)
R. Luce-Kapler Dean, Faculty of Education
G. Watson Vice-Provost (Teaching and Learning)
J. Philpott Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences
F. Quadir  Vice-Provost and Dean, School of Graduate Studies
W. Costen Dean, Smith School of Business
T. Shearer  Deputy Provost
T. Almeida Executive Director, Budget and Resource Planning
L. Stewart Executive Director, Office of the Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic)
A. Tierney Vice-Provost and Dean, Student Affairs
M. Asberg Vice-Provost and University Librarian 
C.M. Flood  Dean, Faculty of Law 
H. Woermke Associate Vice-Principal (Finance)
N. Ross Vice-Principal (Research)

Chair: Matthew Evans, Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic)