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Three Elections Opening Monday 20 March 2017

Monday, March 13, 2017

The Secretariat is holding three separate elections beginning Monday 20 March 2017. These elections are for full-time staff, regular faculty, and graduate student constituencies.

Staff Representative to Board of Governors

Full-time staff members will elect a representative to the Board of Governors. Brief candidate statements are available online for the five candidates who are contesting the position. All full-time, including all union full-time staff, may vote. The voting period for non-union full-time staff is Monday 20 March 2017 to Friday 24 March 2017 by electronic ballot. The voting period for union full-time staff is Monday 20 March 2017 to Friday 31 March by paper ballot.

Please see Election: Full-time Staff Member to the Board of Governors for more information.

Faculty-at-Large Representatives to Senate

Regular faculty will elect seven faculty-at-large representatives to Senate. Brief candidate statements are available online for the twelve candidates who are contesting the position. All regular faculty may vote by electronic ballot. The voting period is Monday 20 March 2017 to Friday 24 March 2017.

Please see Election: Faculty-at-Large Representatives to Senate for more information.

Graduate Student Representatives to Senate

Graduate students will elect two representatives to Senate. Brief candidate statements are available online for the four candidates who are contesting the position. All graduate students may vote by electronic ballot. The voting period is Monday 20 March 2017 to Friday 24 March 2017.

Please see Election: Graduate Student Representatives to Senate for more information.

Faculty Senator Acclamations

Additionally, six Faculty Senate seats have been filled by acclamation. The acclaimed senators are:

  • Applied Health Sciences: Katie Misener, Recreation and Leisure Studies;
  • Arts: Tara Collington, French Studies;
  • Engineering: Claudio Canizares, Electrical and Computer Engineering;
  • Environment: Mark Seasons, School of Planning;
  • Mathematics: Chris Bauch, Applied Mathematics; and
  • Science: Michael Balogh, Physics and Astronomy

Their three-year terms will begin on 1 May 2017.

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    2. April (1)
    3. March (3)
    4. February (1)
    5. January (1)
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    2. November (3)
    3. October (2)
    4. September (4)
    5. August (3)
    6. June (1)
    7. May (2)
    8. April (1)
    9. March (2)
    10. February (2)
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    1. October (1)
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    3. June (1)
    4. May (3)
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