Nominations for the Advisory Committee for the Vice-President and Principal, University of Toronto Mississauga
|To:||Faculty, Staff, Students, and Alumni, University of Toronto Mississauga |
|From:||David Naylor, President |
Cheryl Misak, Vice-President and Provost
|Date:||August 7, 2009|
|Re:||Nominations for the Advisory Committee for the Vice-President and Principal, University of Toronto Mississauga|
As announced on June 30, 2009, Professor Ian Orchard will not be seeking an extension or renewal of his appointment as Vice-President and Principal of the University of Toronto Mississauga and as such will complete his term on June 30, 2010.
In accordance with Section 62 of the Policy on Appointment of Academic Administrators, we are writing to call for nominations of individuals to serve on the advisory committee that will advise on the appointment of a new Vice-President and Principal.
The Policy on Appointment of Academic Administrators mandates the potential composition of the advisory committee as follows:
1 The President or representative (Chair);
2 The Vice-President and Provost or representative;
3 The Dean of the School of Graduate Studies or representative;
4 Three to five members of the teaching staff of the campus;
5 One to three students of the campus;
6 A librarian, where appropriate;
7 Two or three other qualified scholars from within or outside this University, but outside the campus;
8 In addition, the committee may include an alumnus/a, a member of the administrative staff, and a qualified individual from outside the University.
The advisory committee will begin meeting in the fall with the objective of completing the search as soon as possible. Nominations for the committee should be sent by August 21, 2009, via the President's web site online form at http://www.president.utoronto.ca/officeofthepresident/utm-vp-principal.htm
Please be aware that the information requested in the form is submitted for the purpose of securing nominations for the formation of the advisory committee for the appointment of a Vice-President and Principal, UTM.
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