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Effrosyni Diamantoudi named Concordia’s interim vice-president of research and graduate studies

The dean of graduate studies will also continue her current role during the search for a permanent VP
June 3, 2024
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Effrosyni (Faye) Diamantoudi has been appointed as Concordia’s interim vice-president of research and graduate studies, beginning July 1.

Diamantoudi will assume her new role as well as continue in her current position of dean of graduate studies, which she has held since February 2023. This follows 13 years of serving in administrative positions at the university, including interim dean of graduate studies, associate dean of recruitment and awards in the School of Graduate Studies and graduate program director in the Department of Economics.

“Faye’s administrative experience and deep connections with Concordia’s research community will provide steady leadership as we continue our search for someone to fill this important role on a permanent basis,” says Concordia President Graham Carr.

Diamantoudi replaces Dominique Bérubé, who is moving to McGill University, where she will assume the role of vice-president of research and innovation.

Aaron Johnson appointed associate vice-president research, strategic institutional initiatives and innovation

Concordia’s Office of Vice-President, Research and Graduate Studies announces the appointment of Aaron Johnson as associate vice-president of research, strategic institutional initiatives and innovation. Johnson, an associate professor in the Department of Psychology, recently served as the associate dean of research and infrastructure in Concordia’s Faculty of Arts and Science.

He replaces Lyes Kadem, who will return to his role as professor in the Department of Mechanical, Industrial and Aerospace Engineering.


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