Team Fredericton, where he was
responsible for economic and
Joseph Henry is the
new dean of students
at King’s College at
Effective July 1,
Steven Dew becomes
provost and vice-president, academic,
depuis 1996. Il a été directeur du
Département de génie chimique
de 1995 à 2001, puis directeur
de la recherche et de l’innovation
de 2001 à 2007.
chair of St. Thomas
of governors. Mr. Fitzgerald
is executive director of New
Brunswick’s Regional Service
Commission 11, part of a larger
system to facilitate community
collaboration and regional
service delivery. He is a former
executive director of strategic
initiatives for the City of Frederic-
ton and executive director of
U of Waterloo, Mr. Watson is
principal with the international
law firm Baker & McKenzie LLP.
His areas of practice specialties
include administrative law,
employment law, labour relations,
international labour standards,
and occupational health and
safety. He’s been a member of the
board since 2011.
Christophe Guy a
été nommé à la
Montréal par décret ministériel
pour un nouveau mandat de
quatre ans qui a débuté le 1er juin
dernier. M. Guy est professeur
titulaire à Polytechnique Montréal
at the University of Alberta.
Dr. Dew has been associate dean,
research and planning, in the
faculty of engineering since 1999,
and a professor in electrical and
computer engineering since
completing his PhD in electrical
engineering at U of A in 1992. In
that time, the faculty has experi-
enced significant growth in
the number of faculty hired, in
student enrolments, in research
funding secured and in research
was named associate
at the University of Ottawa.
At the U of S, we dream big—and we aren’t afraid of the hard work it takes to make those
dreams come true. Our passionate researchers, faculty and students are changing the way
the world works and thinks, and we are excited to welcome a leader who can help us
pursue even bigger dreams.
Currently the dean of the College of Arts and Science at the U of S, Peter holds an
undergraduate degree in English and history from Queen’s University, and MA and PhD
degrees in English from the University of Toronto. He is a world expert in modern American
literature and the history and future of the book, and has written extensively on literature,
arts and culture.
Peter has served in national and provincial leadership roles with respect to research, scholarly
and artistic work. A classical guitarist and composer, he has also produced two acoustic guitar
albums. He will assume his position as president of the university on October 24, 2015.
We searched the world for our next president, and found him right here at home.
Congratulations Peter on your new role as president of the University of Saskatchewan.
The University of Saskatchewan is
pleased to announce Peter Stoicheff as
our 11th president and vice-chancellor.