Concordians are invited to submit feedback for the evaluation of the dean of Engineering and Computer Science
Amir Asif’s first term as the dean of Concordia’s Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science ends on July 31, 2019. He has confirmed that he will seek a second term.
When a dean seeks renewal of his or her term, Concordia’s president establishes the Dean’s Evaluation Committee.
Chaired by Graham Carr, provost and vice-president of Academic Affairs, this committee evaluates Amir Asif’s performance in his role as the dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science.
Concordians can weigh in
Members of the university community are invited to make brief written submissions based on the evaluation themes and criteria. The community’s input will assist the committee in its work.
All comments must be signed or come from an identifiable email address.
Submissions will be treated in the strictest confidence. Only the secretary and chair of the Dean, Engineering and Computer Science Evaluation Committee will be privy to the identity of the person submitting the comments.
While the committee may wish to discuss the content of the submissions with the dean, the submissions themselves will not be communicated to Asif or to anyone beyond the committee.
The evaluation process is governed by the Policy on the Remuneration and Evaluation of Senior Administrators (BD-8). There is also a protocol for receiving and transmitting comments submitted to the evaluation committees that accompanies the policy.
Please send written submissions to Andrea Renaud, secretary of the committee, at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than May 24, 2018.
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