Advisory Committee for the Appointment of a Vice-Principal (Academic) and Dean, University of Toronto Scarborough

PDAD&C#13, 2013-14

 

To:  Faculty, Staff and Students of the University of Toronto Scarborough
Principals, Deans, Academic Directors and Chairs
From:      Franco Vaccarino, Vice-President and Principal, UTSC
Cheryl Misak, Vice-President and Provost 
Date:  August 20, 2013
Re:  Advisory Committee for the Appointment of a Vice-Principal (Academic) and Dean, University of Toronto Scarborough
cc:  President David Naylor
The Bulletin

As announced on June 10, 2013, Professor Rick Halpern will complete his first term as Vice-Principal (Academic) and Dean of the University of Toronto Scarborough on June 30, 2014. Professor Halpern is eligible for re-appointment. In accordance with Section 62(c) of the Policy on Appointment of Academic Administrators, President David Naylor has appointed a committee to recommend the appointment of a Vice-Principal (Academic) and Dean of UTSC. The composition of the committee is as follows:

• Professor Franco Vaccarino, Vice-President and Principal, UTSC (Co-Chair)
• Professor Cheryl Regehr, Provost-Designate (Co-Chair)
• Mr. Larry Alford, Chief Librarian
• Professor Malcolm Campbell, Vice-Principal, Research, UTSC
• Professor Brian Corman, Dean, School of Graduate Studies and Vice-Provost, Graduate Education
• Professor Suzanne Erb, Department of Psychology, UTSC
• Professor April Franco, Department of Management, UTSC
• Professor Philip Kremer, Chair, Department of Philosophy, UTSC
• Professor Kenneth MacDonald, Department of Human Geography, UTSC
• Professor Amy Mullin, Vice-Principal (Academic) and Dean, UTM
• Ms. Kim Richard, Director, Human Resource Services, UTSC
• Professor Joseph Wong, Department of Political Science and Director, Asian Institute, Faculty of Arts and Science
• Mr. Feng Xu, Undergraduate Student

The Advisory Committee welcomes comments from interested persons. These should be sent to the attention of Archana Sridhar, Assistant Provost by mail (Room 225, Simcoe Hall) or by email to archana.sridhar@utoronto.ca.