Announcing the Advisory Committee for the Dean, Faculty of Arts and Science (PDAD&C #35)

From: Cheryl Regehr, Vice-President and Provost
Date: April 20, 2023
Re: Announcing the Advisory Committee for the Dean, Faculty of Arts and Science (PDAD&C #35)

On June 30, 2024, Professor Melanie Woodin will complete her term as Dean, Faculty of Arts and Science. Professor Woodin is eligible for reappointment.  

In accordance with Section 60 of the Policy on Appointment of Academic Administrators, President Gertler has appointed a committee to advise on the appointment of the Dean of Faculty of Arts and Science. The composition of the committee is as follows:  

Cheryl Regehr, Vice-President & Provost   

Teaching Staff of the Faculty:   
Carol Chin, Professor, Department of History and Principal, Woodsworth College    
Alison Gibbs, Professor, Teaching Stream, Department of Statistical Sciences  
Marla Sokolowski, University Professor and Chair, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology    
Misha Teramura, Assistant Professor, Department of English   
Dale Turner, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science   

Eugene Seo, Undergraduate Student  
Annabel Thornton, PhD Student, Department of Economics   
Other Qualified Individuals:   
Bill Gough, Vice-Principal, Academic and Dean, University of Toronto Scarborough   
Christopher Yip, Dean, Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering    
Trevor Young, Dean, Temerty Faculty of Medicine and Vice-Provost, Relations with Health Care Institutions 

Dean of the School of Graduate Studies:   
Joshua Barker, Vice-Provost, Graduate Research & Education and Dean, School of Graduate Studies    
Larry Alford, Chief Librarian   

Administrative Staff of the School:   
Vicki Lowes, Executive Director, Experiential Learning & Professional Development 

The Advisory Committee will begin meeting shortly and welcomes comments on the position of Dean. These may be sent to the attention of Toks Weah, Special Projects Officer, by email at Communications will be received in confidence and will be anonymized before consideration by the Advisory Committee.