Dr. Pietrantonio, a sociologist
specializing in equality and
minority relations, had served as
vice-dean of undergraduate studies
and secretary of the faculty
of social sciences since 2010.
Her five-year term began July 1.
has named Charles
Falzon dean of the
faculty of communi-
cation and design. Mr. Falzon, a
film and TV producer, is chair of
Ryerson’s RTA School of Media
and in 2010 was appointed
an associate professor. He is
co-founder of CCI Entertainment
Ltd., former president of Gullane
Entertainment PLC, and founding
chairperson of what’s now called
the Canadian Media Production
Association. The five-year
appointment took effect July 1.
Québec à Montréal
(UQAM) a nommé Hugo Cyr
doyen de la Faculté de science
politique et de droit de l’UQAM.
Il est entré en fonction, pour
un premier mandat de cinq ans,
le 1er juin dernier. Titulaire de
deux baccalauréats (droit civil et
common law) de l’Université
McGill, d’une maîtrise de la Yale
Law School et d’un doctorat en
droit de l’Université de Montréal,
M. Cyr est professeur au Départe-
ment des sciences juridiques de
l’UQAM depuis 2002.
was appointed chief
financial officer at
She moves to Ryerson from
Wilfrid Laurier University, where
she was assistant vice-president,
On July 1, Kerry
Alberta’s dean of the faculty of
physical education and recreation
for a second five-year term.
Under his leadership, the faculty
has undergone significant
change, including the creation of
Canada’s first Master of Coaching
designation and the beginnings
of an embedded certificate in
Aboriginal Sport and Recreation.
Dr. Mummery is the principal
investigator of the province’s
UWALK public health program.
Sushanta Mitra has
been named York
search. The position takes effect
Aug. 1. Dr. Mitra is past chair of
mechanical engineering at York’s
Lassonde School of Engineering.
He holds the Kaneff Professor-
ship in Micro and Nanotech-
nology for Social Innovation.
has been appointed
director of Concordia
for Continuing Education. Her
five-year appointment began on
June 1. Ms. Dunnigan previously
coordinated the design of
customized training for clients
such as the Societé de transport
de Montréal and Ubisoft. She also
served at Université de Sherbrooke,
where she managed a team in
corporate continuing education.
André G. Roy a
été nommé recteur
par intérim de
Delaney as chancel-
lor for a second two-year term,
that began June 2. Ms. Delaney is
president of investment counsel-
ling firm C.A. Delaney Capital
Management Ltd. She also sits on
the board of trustees of the
Hospital for Sick Children and
sits on the leadership
council of the Perimeter Institute
for Theoretical Physics.
On Aug. 1, Kim
Meade assumes the
post of vice-presi-
and student affairs, at Mount
Allison University. Ms. Meade has
been vice-provost and associate
vice-president, student services,
at Brock University since 2003.
Before that, she was director
of enrolment management at
as dean of the faculty
of fine arts for a five-year mandate
that begins on Aug. 1. Dr. Duclos
was dean of graduate studies at
the School of the Art Institute
of Chicago, where she also had
an appointment as professor
of visual and critical studies. She
previously served as graduate
program director at the Maine
College of Art and in various roles
at the University of Manchester,
McGill University, Deakin
University and Concordia.
has hired Cara
Boese as director of
co-op, career services
and experiential education.
She stepped into the position on
June 1. Ms. Boese came to Brock
in 2006 as a senior relationship
manager in the co-op programs
office. In 2012 she was appointed
manager of talent acquisition in
the human resources department.
Greenwood is serving
as the University
of Waterloo’s interim
vice-president, advancement, since
May 22. Ms. Sargeant Greenwood
came to U of Waterloo as associ-
ate vice-president, annual and
planned giving, in 2008. In 2014
she was appointed associate
vice-president, campaign strategy
and implementation. Her career
has included posts in advance-
ment at Nipissing University, York
University, KCI Ketchum Canada
and Branksome Hall.
of the faculty of arts. Dr. Nemes-
vari joins Laurier from St. Francis
Xavier University, where he has
been dean of arts since 2010.
A specialist in Victorian literature,