Help recruit the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science’s next dean
Concordia has embarked on its search for a new dean of the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science.
The process is comprehensive in scope and involves obtaining input from Concordia faculty, students and staff on the search criteria to identify the best candidate.
To share your input, please complete the survey by December 22. Your responses will be held in strict confidence, and inclusion of your name is optional.
“Obtaining feedback from Concordians on the search criteria is crucial to recruiting a dean that will best embody Concordia’s next-generation sense of discovery, innovation and engagement,” says Anne Whitelaw, interim provost and vice-president, academic.
“This valuable input from faculty and students, as well as staff, will help ensure that we recruit a candidate who continues to inspire teaching and research in engineering and computer science at Concordia and beyond.”
Participate in a confidential survey by December 22 to help find the next dean of the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science.