I provide support and strategic advice to FAUW’s directors, officers and committees, and oversee FAUW’s administrative operations. This role builds on my previous experience as a governance professional at both the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University.
Outside the office I can almost always be found making noise: singing with the university choir, playing in the Balinese gamelan, and studying in diverse musical traditions including Japanese shakuhachi and West African drumming.
I manage FAUW's membership records, communications, and events, drawing on experience in magazine/web editing, website and social media management, and musical theatre production, among other things. I am a rock climber, outdoor adventurer, reader, and gardener. You can follow me on Twitter @inhabitings.
I am a professor in the School of Accounting and Finance, teaching business law and professional ethics. My research interests have focused on management issues relating to employed professionals; lawyers, accountants and actuaries in particular. My special focus has increasingly been ethical decision making by professionals both in employment contexts and in private practice.
I've previously served as chair of the Academic Freedom and Tenure Committee of FAUW and I have been president of FAUW since July 2015.
My research is focused on modelling and optimization of water resources and environmental systems such as hydrologic systems and water distribution networks. I am based in the Civil & Environmental Engineering Department and have been a professor at Waterloo since 2005.
I am a member of Faculty Relations Committee, I represent FAUW on PACT (scheduling committee) and I am on the Policy 14 review committee among other things. In the past I have been on Senate and pushed hard for changes to UW ADDS regulations for new faculty.
In my spare time, I drive taxi to and from my boys’ sporting events and like to cheer on the Blue Jays.
I do research on a number of seemingly unrelated areas: design of algorithms for evolutionary tree recovery, teaching computers to write poems, analysis of music lyrics and genres, and harm reduction in gambling. It’s a funny career.
I’m the treasurer of the Faculty Association, and am serving on the Faculty Relations Committee. Previously, I’ve been quite active on FAUW’s Status of Women and Equity Committee, and on Senate. I am also my unit’s undergraduate director.
My partner Daniel and I, and our dog Rover, live in a loft in downtown Kitchener, where I cheerily garden tomatoes 20 metres in the sky.
My research areas include the history of philosophy, sex and gender issues, and the scholarship of teaching and learning. I have served as an undergraduate chair, as an academic program director, as a faculty senator, as a faculty teaching fellow, and in various other leadership roles at the university, and in national and international academic organizations.
My particular interests as a FAUW board member are equity and inclusiveness, good policy, and governance broadly construed. As well, I serve on the Faculty Relations Committee.
I'm happy to chat with faculty members about any issues they might like raised with the board, especially issues related to equity and to university policies and governance.
When I am not doing egghead things at the University, I can be found doing pub quizzes or wrangling my savage pet rabbit, Professor William. You can follow me on Twitter at @ShannonDea1.
My research background is reproductive biology and I teach courses in cell biology, physiology and reproduction. I have been a faculty member in Biology since 2006, and a Lecturer since 2011. I am particularly interested in issues relating to the undergraduate experience and quality of life for teaching faculty.
I am on the FAUW Board, chair of the Lecturers Committee and involved in many activities related to teaching and student support. I can often be found at the Grad House sampling their wonderful craft beers, or running on the streets and paths of Waterloo. My hope is that the latter offsets the former!
I'm from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and enjoy research in algorithms for signal processing. My favourite undergraduate teaching is first-year computer programming for biomedical engineering. I’m also preparing a new graduate course in statistics for biomedical engineering to launch in May 2017.
I've been around Waterloo (undergraduate student 1974-79, graduate student 1979-84, faculty member 1985-present) for some 42 years! From 2009-12, I was FAUW president and I now serve on the FAUW board as acting past president. I am passionate about academic freedom, collegial governance, and university quality. I'm currently part of a vibrant University committee working to redraft Policy 76 (Faculty Hiring).
In February, I like to be found with friends and family on the streets or beach of Bucerías, Nayarit, México — not too far from a bottle of Corona. I want to speak more Spanish but it's proving an uphill struggle!
I am an Associate Professor in the School of Optometry & Vision Science. My research centres around clinical optics to diagnose and identify progression in eye conditions, and to understand the visual experience of spectacle lens wearers. In the optometry professional program, I teach courses on fundamental optics, and spectacle dispensing. As well, I provide clinical care and supervision of students in the University optometry clinic.
I joined the FAUW board in 2016 and have worked with the FAUW consultative committee for the new Policy 42 (Protocol and Response to Sexual Violence). Prior to joining the board, I was a member of the Status of Women & Equity Committee.
I spent many years in the School of Optometry’s classic rock band, “The Lost Faculties,” as their signature performer on cowbell. Since our final tour I have redirected my musical interests towards playing percussion in a local concert band – retraining myself to play when the conductor wants me to instead of when the mood strikes has been interesting!
I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography and Environmental Management. My research program investigates the application and evaluation of geospatial technologies, including open data and web-based mapping. I teach courses on introductory and advanced geographic information systems (GIS).
I have been on the FAUW board since 2016, and my current roles include assisting with communications and digital privacy issues. I am an avid mountain biker and can often be found riding the world-class trail system behind the Boardwalk. You can follow me on Twitter at @peterajohnson.
I have been an Assistant Professor in the Department of French Studies since 2011. I research and teach Québec and Canadian French minorities’ literatures and cultures, with a particular interest in post-industrial landscapes in visual arts and poetry.
I have been on the FAUW Board since 2015, and am now serving as the communication coordinator.
When not on campus, my outdoorsy personality comes back full swing and I am off on trails biking or running – sometimes trailing or following my three children!
My research interests include understanding the role of tourism, leisure, and sport in the development of communities. I have been involved in a wide range of projects including evaluating the role of social supports for women who have been incarcerated, assessing the impacts of tourism on rural communities, investigating curling clubs as spaces for health and wellbeing, and exploring the potential of food practices in fostering social activism.
I have contributed to UW in many ways and have served on many committees. My leisure includes walking my dog near my home in Guelph, cuddling my two cats, and playing with my 6-year-old daughter.
I am a professor in the Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science, with interests in probability theory and mathematical statistics. I have an ex-officio role on the FAUW Board of Directors arising from my position as chair of the Academic Freedom and Tenure Committee.
I am a librarian based in the DC library and have been at Waterloo since 2008, with responsibilities for chemistry, chemical engineering and research data management.
My research focuses on the information needs of researchers and how to meet those needs.
I am on the FAUW board as of 2016 and my role is ex officio representative for the Librarians’ Association of the University of Waterloo.
My focus shifted from research to teaching in 2006 following my return from a two-year post-doc in Japan. After investing eight years in UBC classrooms, I accepted a Lecturer position in the Psychology department here at Waterloo. Originally trained as a researcher in evolutionary psychology, today I enjoy guiding students on their journeys through introductory level psychology, evolutionary psychology, and research methods for the behavioural sciences.
Why move to Waterloo from Vancouver? Better opportunities to contribute to the university community was one reason (another was housing prices). As a member of the board on the Faculty Association, my efforts are concentrated on teaching related issues that affect all members. I also serve on the Lecturer’s committee and the Social committee.
I’m a Father, a Son, and a Husband.
I am an assistant professor in Sexuality, Marriage, and Family Studies at St. Jerome’s University where my teaching focuses on the formation and dissolution of close relationships. My research is on family law issues, including children’s experiences of shared custody, fathering after separation, the voice of the child, and building a KW-Guelph Community of Practice for diverse professionals who serve families in transition.
I am Vice President of the St. Jerome’s University Academic Staff Association, having previously served as Acting Secretary. I am a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, and locally, the Waterloo Region Law Association.