Announcing the Advisory Committee for the Principal of New College (PDAD&C #30)

From: Cheryl Regehr, Vice-President & Provost
Date: November 10, 2016
Re: Announcing the Advisory Committee for the Principal of New College (PDAD&C #30)

As announced inĀ PDAD&C #7 on September 1, 2016, Professor Yves Roberge will end his second term as Principal of New College on June 30, 2017.

In accordance with Section 62 of the Policy on Appointment of Academic Administrators, please find below the membership of the Advisory Committee for a new Principal of New College:

Cheryl Regehr, Vice-President & Provost (Chair)
Sandy Welsh, Vice-Provost, Students (Co-Chair)

Teaching Staff of the College:
Dickson Eyoh, Associate Professor and Program Director, African Studies
Deborah Knott, Associate Professor, Teaching Stream, New College; Vice-Principal, New College
D. Alissa Trotz, Associate Professor, Women & Gender Studies; Caribbean Studies Program

Nicholas Grant
Smriti Sasikumar

Dean of School of Graduate Studies:
Locke Rowe, Dean, School of Graduate Studies

Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Science:
David Cameron, Dean, Faculty of Arts & Science (Co-Chair)

Neil Romanosky, Associate Chief Librarian for Science Research and Information, Gerstein Science Information Centre

Scholars outside the College:
Joseph Desloges, Principal, Woodsworth College; Professor, Geography & Planning, Faculty of Arts & Science
Michelle Murphy, Professor, Department of History, Faculty of Arts & Science
Melanie Woodin, Associate Professor, Cell & Systems Biology; Director, Human Biology Program

Paul E. Lindblad, Senior Banking Analyst, Ministry of Finance, Ontario Financing Authority

Administrative Staff of the College:
Kerri Huffman, Assistant Principal and Registrar of New College

The Advisory Committee will begin its work in the fall term and welcomes comments from interested persons. These may be sent to the attention of Cheryl Gibbs, Assistant Director, Office of the Vice-Provost, Students, by mail (Simcoe Hall Room 221) or by email to Communications will be received in confidence and are anonymized before consideration by the Advisory Committee.