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Daniel Therrien is appointed interim registrar

Lyne Bouret steps into the role of interim controller

From left: Daniel Therrien and Lyne Bouret. | Photos by Concordia University From left: Daniel Therrien and Lyne Bouret. | Photos by Concordia University

University Controller Daniel Therrien has been appointed Concordia’s interim registrar. While he officially begins his new post on June 1, he is already working closely with Bradley Tucker, outgoing associate VP of Registrarial Services and registrar, to ensure a smooth transition.

“I’d like to thank Daniel for taking on this important responsibility and I look forward to working with him,” says Deputy Provost Lisa Ostiguy. “He brings extensive experience and knowledge of Concordia as well as the Quebec higher education sector. This will serve him well in his role as interim registrar and we will greatly benefit from his expertise.”

Ostiguy also extended her appreciation to Tucker for his contributions, especially with respect to several complex strategic and operational initiatives that he has led over the past decade, including the launch of the Student Information System (SIS).

Financial Services: maintaining continuity of operations

Therrien, who joined the university in 1998, has been controller for close to six years. Stepping into his role on an interim basis is Lyne Bouret who has been director of Research and  Accounting Services for the past five years. She started at Concordia in 2002.

Geneviève Desrosiers Geneviève Desrosiers

Geneviève Desrosiers, who has been supervisor of General Accounting for nearly five years, becomes interim director of Research and Accounting Services. She began working as an accountant at the university in 2006.

“I have worked collaboratively with Daniel for a number of years now,” says Patrick Kelley, Concordia’s chief financial officer. “He is a talented, thoughtful and experienced administrator who will do well in this new assignment. I’d like to thank both Lyne and Geneviève for taking on their new responsibilities, which will help to maintain the continuity of operations within the Financial Services Department.”


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