faculty’s associate dean, academic,
for the past five years, leading the
external accreditation of the JD
program and overseeing the entry
of its first-ever PhD class in 2014.
She clerked on the Supreme
Court of Canada in 2002 and
holds a PhD from the University
The University of
Ontario Institute of
ointed Peter Stoett
dean of the faculty of social
sciences and humanities, starting
July 17. Dr. Stoett will join the
university from Concordia Uni-
versity, where he is the founding
director of the Loyola Sustainabil-
ity Research Centre. He holds a
PhD in political studies from
Queen’s University and is an
expert in global environmental
politics and human rights.
Deborah White has
been appointed dean
and chief executive
officer of the
with the University
of Waterloo, has
appointed Kofi Campbell its new
academic dean, effective June 1.
Dr. Campbell is currently associate
professor of English at Wilfrid
Laurier University’s Brantford
campus, where he is also associate
dean of the faculty of liberal arts
and director of the MA in cultural
analysis and social theory. Dr.
Campbell’s scholarly expertise
includes queer Caribbean studies
and postcolonial literature. He
holds a PhD in English literature
from Western University.
The Federation for
the Humanities and
Social Sciences has
named Gabriel Miller
its next executive director,
effective May 1. Mr. Miller is
currently vice-president of public
issues, policy and cancer informa-
Philosopher. Traditionalist. Not afraid of needles.
Darren Tellier had no idea that a single traditional herbal
medicine treatment during a trip to Nepal would completely
change his career path. He discovered that sometimes, the
most uncomfortable experiences lead to the greatest
Read more about Darren’s story at MacEwan.ca/Darren.
tion at the Canadian Cancer
Society, and was formerly director of government and media
relations for the Federation of
Canadian Municipalities. He has
been named one of Canada’s “top
100 lobbyists” by The Hill Times.
vice-president, teaching and
learning, effective April 1. Dr.
Carter, who served in the role in
an acting capacity from July 2015,
has been a faculty member in the
English program at Laurier’s
Brantford campus since 2000. She
previously served as associate dean
of the Brantford campus, and
associate dean of graduate and
postdoctoral studies at Brantford.