Committees

Departmental Committees

Terms of Reference

  • Review and advise on proposals for curriculum changes or new undergraduate courses from members of LLED.
  • Provide curriculum consultations for new course proposals from other units across campus, including providing feedback on new undergraduate programs of study, degrees, and other credentials.
  • Periodic review of LLED undergraduate curriculum offerings and maintenance of LLED offerings in the academic calendar.

Members

Accurso, K. (Chair and CCASA Rep)
Berger, I.
James, K.
Wong, M.
DLC Advisory

The DLC Advisory Committee reviews and develops DLC policies, departmental technology needs, and gives advice to the Head and Dean on faculty proposals for use of technology in courses.
Members

Gladwin, D.
James, K. (Chair)
Wong, M.
Early, M.

Terms of Reference

  • Provide financial and management oversight regarding student funding.
  • Administer graduate program and curriculum changes in the department.
  • Provide academic oversight in administration of admission and student progress.
  • Identify needs, problems, and solutions related to graduate student matters.
  • Provide management oversight regarding student scholarship applications.

Members

Berger, I.
Corella, M. (on leave)
Kendrick, M. (Chair)
Rogers, T.
Shi, L.

Terms of Reference

  • Advise and make recommendations to the Head pertaining to the Department especially around matters of programmatic initiatives, policies, strategies, goals, budget and oversight.
  • Meets monthly, usually the week before the Department meeting.
  • Provides recommendations for internal LLED Rits grants, visiting scholars, and other ad hoc adjudications.
  • Consists of deputy head, area coordinators, office manager, graduate advisor, graduate student, and up to two other faculty members.

Members

Belliveau, G. (Chair)
Deschambault, R. (Acting Rits Director)
Duff, P.
James, K. (LITR Coordinator)
Kendrick, M. (Grad Advisor)
Kubota, R. (ALSED Coordinator)
Li, G. (Deputy Head)
Susnjara, A. (Administrative Manager)
Shad, S. (Student Rep)
Yamamoto, M. (Student Rep)

Terms of Reference

  • Advise and make recommendations to the Head for process and ranking summary of activities supplied by department members.
  • Meets usually twice per year.
  • Consists of usually six department members (aside from the Head) from each stream and in different ranks.
  • Members typically serve two-year terms.

Members

Belliveau, G. (Chair)
Gladwin, D.
Jenson, J.
Li, G.

Members

Wong, M. (Chair)
James, K.
Rogers, T.
Wernicke, M.

Terms of Reference

The Committee will normally consist of the TESL MEd program coordinator, the ALSED coordinator, and an LLED-faculty instructor in the program. The committee will convene a minimum of 2 times per academic year in order to:

  • Provide academic oversight of the Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) Masters of Education online program for matters related to:
    • Staffing: Make recommendations to the Workload Committee (Fall)
    • Curriculum: Review and discuss updates provided by the coordinator (Spring)
    • Admissions: Review and discuss updates, including procedures and outcomes, provided by the coordinator (Spring)
  • Identify needs, problems and solutions related to the TESL MEd program curriculum, courses, enrolments and graduate student matters;
  • Discuss changes in course offerings and scheduling. Proposals for changes can come from the Advisory Committee;
  • Provide academic oversight in administration of admissions and student progress.

Members

Cervatiuc, A. (Chair)
Norton, B.
Wernicke, M.
Wong, M.

Terms of Reference

The Committee will normally consist of the MLED (FRM) MEd program coordinator and two LLED-faculty instructors in the program, where possible. The committee will convene a minimum of 2 times per academic year in order to:

  • Provide academic oversight of the Masters of Education in Modern Languages/French online cohort program for matters related to:
    • Staffing: Make recommendations to the Workload Committee (Fall)
    • Curriculum: Review and discuss updates provided by the coordinator (Spring)
    • Admissions: Review and discuss updates, including procedures and outcomes, provided by the coordinator (Spring)
  • · Identify needs, problems and solutions related to the MLED (FRM) MEd program marketing and communication, curriculum, courses, enrolments, use of technology, and graduate student matters;
  • Discuss changes in course offerings and scheduling. Proposals for changes can come from the Advisory Committee;
  • Provide academic oversight in administration of admissions and student progress, including reviewing admissions files.

Members

Bournot-Trites, M.
Wernicke, M. (Chair)

Members

James, K.
Early, M. (Co-Chair)
Talmy, S. (Co-Chair)
Zappa-Hollman, S.

Terms of Reference

  • Identify and schedule courses for the upcoming academic year;
  • Review faculty workload requests and finalize workloads for the upcoming academic year;
  • Manage workload and scheduling changes throughout the year;
  • Consists of the Administrative Manager, all Area Coordinators, and up to 2 more faculty members;
  • Workload and Scheduling year run from May 1 – April 30.

Members

Accurso, K. (Curriculum)
James, K. (LITR)
Kubota, R. (ALSED)
Susnjara, A.

Terms of Reference

  • Read, score, rank, and provide in-depth evaluations of student applications for awards and scholarships;
  • Participate in award deliberations during review meetings;
  • Maintain confidentiality throughout the award adjudication process;
  • Meet multiple times per year.

Members

Bournot-Trites, M. (Chair)
Deschambault, R.
Early, M.
Kowkabi, N.
Talmy, S.

Members

Belliveau, G.
Gladwin, D.
Shoemaker, K.
Susnjara, A. (Chair)

Faculty Committees

Members

Accurso, K.

Advise and make recommendations to the Dean pertaining to the Faculty especially around matters of programmatic initiatives, policies, academic integrity, strategies, goals, budget and oversight.
Members

Belliveau, G.
Hare, J.
McTavish, M.

Advise and make recommendations to the Dean and Faculty of Education departments/units. Explore, discuss and disseminate information regarding research initiatives and issues within the Faculty, University and wider community.
Members

Duff, P. (Chair)
Jenson, J.

Members

Belliveau, G.

Members

Corella, M. (on leave)

Members

Berger, I.
Dobson, T.

Advise departments and Dean on graduate policy within the Faculty. Administer all graduate program and curriculum changes within the Faculty. Coordinate and disseminate information on research methods courses offered throughout the Faculty.
Members

Dobson, T. (Chair)
Kendrick, M.
Macfadyen, L.

Members

Cervatiuc, A.

Provide academic oversight of the Masters of Educational Technology (MET) program academic matters such as staffing, curriculum, admissions. Assure the academic integrity of the program. Provide financial and management oversight regarding budgetary issues. Identify needs, problems and solutions related to MET program curriculum, courses and graduate student matters. Review curriculum proposals; course revisions; course schedule; peer reviews of teaching and student evaluation of teaching data. Provide academic oversight in administration of admissions and student progress, including reviewing admissions files. Make recommendations and participate in design of advertisements for new positions and instructional hiring.
Members

Jenson, J.
Dobson, T.
Macfadyen, L. (MET Assoc. Director)

Members

Dobson, T.
Macfadyen, L. (MET Assoc. Director & Chair)

Members

Macfadyen, L. (MET Assoc. Director)

The key objective of FERAC is to identify and support members of the Faculty’s professoriate that are promising candidates for local, national and international research awards and prizes. With representation from all four departments and the School of Kinesiology, committee members will liaise with their own units to learn about promising departmental awards nominees and disseminate information about upcoming award and prize competitions.
Members

Jenson, J.

Members

Hare, J. (Co-Chair)
McTavish, M. (Co-Chair)

University Committees

Members

Accurso, K.
Early, M.
James, K.
Wernicke, M.
Wong, M.

Members

Bournot-Trites, M.

Members

D’Silva, R. (Co-Chair)
Duff, P.

Members

Berger, I.
Gladwin, D.
Kendrick, M.
Rogers, T.

Members

Belliveau, G.
Deschambault, R.
Kowkabi, N.
Susnjara, A.

Members

Corella, M. (on leave)

Members

Zappa-Hollman, S. (multiple committees)