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Office of the Provost
& VP, Academic Affairs
The Office of the Provost & VP, Academic Affairs manages all academic matters, including curriculum appraisals, contract negotiations for faculty members, and academic facilities. The Provost’s team also oversees enrolment and student services, and promotes academic leadership and supports faculty to help students succeed.
List of key people
List of key units
The Office of the Provost is comprised of the following administrative units:
Student and Enrolment Services oversees and coordinates the services students need and expect – from before they apply to when they prepare to graduate. Helps students with government documents and financial aid resources, offers health care and counseling services, and manages recreation, athletics and on-campus residences, among others.
Deputy Provost: Lisa Ostiguy
Reporting to the Deputy Provost:
- Patrick Boivin, Director, Recreation and Athletics
- Bradley Tucker, Associate Vice-President of Registrarial Services
- Andrew Woodall, Dean of Students
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The central mission of the university is facilitated by a work environment that accords with applicable collective agreements, provides necessary training and support, and handles conflicts in a fair, collaborative and transparent manner. One of the central missions of the Faculty Relations group is to help develop such a work environment for all academic staff.
Vice-Provost, Faculty Relations: Jorgen Hansen
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Teaching and Learning assists faculty members with curriculum development and program appraisals, and offers teaching resources in an effort to create a learning environment that drives students to excel at university and in society.
Vice-Provost, Teaching and Learning: Catherine Bolton
Reporting to the Vice-Provost, Teaching and Learning:
- Rosemary Reilly, Acting Academic Director, Centre for Teaching and Learning Services
- Gerry Hughes, Director, Institute for Co-Operative Education
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