Committees & Meetings

Terms of Reference

Members:

  • Kedrick James, Chair (LLED)
  • Wendy Carr (TEO)
  • Shawna Faber (ECPS)
  • Jessica La Rochelle (NITEP)
  • Meghan Corella Morales (LLED)
  • Leslie Roman (EDST)
  • Sandra Scott (EDCP)
  • Momoko Hirano, Committee support (TEO)

 

Terms of Reference

  • 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:

  • Blye Frank (Chair)
  • Mary Bryson (DNSO)
  • Jan Hare (IND ED)
  • Lee Gunderson (ECPS)
  • Mark Edwards (PDCE)
  • Samson Nashon (EDCP)
  • Anthony Paré (LLED)
  • Ali Abdi (EDST)
  • Mark Beauchamp (ORE)
  • Wendy Carr (TEO)
  • Clara Ng (DNSO)
  • Dee Dee Sung (DNSO)
  • ErinRose Handy (DNSO)
  • Robert Boushel (KIN)
  • Tracy Wyman (DNSO)

Terms of Reference

  • Address issues related to financial resources, student enrollment, tuition assessment and other financial related matters. The committee will ensure transparency and stewardship within the Faculty for budgeting processes, procedures and financial management.

Members:

  • Dr. Blye Frank
  • Dr. Mary Bryson (Co-Chair)
  • Clara Ng (Co-Chair)
  • Dr. Tom Sork
  • Dr. Beth Haverkamp
  • Dr. Rita Irwin
  • Dr. Peter Grimmett – Department Heads/Director of School Representative (2-year term)
  • Lia Cosco – Senior Administrators Representative (2-year term)
  • Uma Kugavaratharajah, Committee Support

Terms of Reference

  • 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:

  • Mark Beauchamp (Chair)
  • Shelley Hymel (EDCP)
  • Patsy Duff (LLED)
  • David Anderson (EDCP)
  • Vanessa Andreotti (EDST)
  • Mark Carpenter (KIN)
  • Jennifer Shapka (ECPS)
  • Heather Frost (ORE)

 

Members:

  • Blye Frank (Chair)
  • Anthony Paré (LLED)
  • Samson Nashon (EDCP)
  • Ali Abdi (EDST)
  • Lee Gunderson (ECPS)
  • Robert Boushel (KIN)

Members:


Dean Blye Frank, Chair

Dr. Frank was appointed Dean of the Faculty of Education at The University of British Columbia for a five-year term, effective April 1, 2011. He earned his PhD from Dalhousie University (1990), MEd (1981), BEd (1976) and BA (1975) from Acadia University. A scholar and advocate for social justice and equity with over four decades working in education, Dr. Frank is an experienced educator and administrator who brings a strong commitment to excellence in research, teaching and academic leadership.

Prior to his current appointment, Dr. Frank was Professor and Head of the Division of Medical Education in the Faculty of Medicine at Dalhousie University in Halifax. Dr. Frank has an active research career and is a recognized expert in the field of gender studies with academic interests that include masculinity and the sociology of boys’ and men’s health.


scott-robinson

Scott Robinson

Scott has been an educator in the B.C. public system for the past twenty-two years and has held a wide variety of school and district level leadership roles in districts across metro Vancouver.  Graduating from the University of Victoria with a Bachelor of Education (Elementary) in 1992,  Scott trained as a primary teacher and has since taught a wide variety of grades and subject levels across the K-12 public system.  Scott completed a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from the University of San Diego in 2002 before holding positions as an elementary, middle and secondary principal in the Coquitlam School District.

Scott left Coquitlam in 2011 to become Assistant Superintendent in Richmond and then moved to the Vancouver School District in 2012 as Associate Superintendent.  He was appointed Superintendent of Schools of the Vancouver School District in March, 2015.  Scott is a firm believer in the power of building strong relationships one at a time in order to achieve the common goal that be believes should drive every decision made by those in public education – to serve each and every child.

 


Thelma Sharp Cook

Thelma Sharp Cook

A professor emerita in the UBC Faculty of Education, Thelma Sharp Cook graduated from UBC's first teaching class in secondary education in 1958. Shortly after the inception of NITEP, the Indigenous Teacher Education Program at UBC, she was appointed as the program’s second director in 1977, where she took an active role in fundraising for scholarships, awards, and bursaries for Aboriginal students.

Although retired, Thelma still maintains her connections with UBC. In addition to serving on Dean Blye Frank's External Advisory Board for the Faculty of Education, she still takes classes (for credit) and volunteers at graduation. Her generous ongoing contributions to UBC include establishment of the Sharp Family NITEP Graduation Prize and the Thelma Sharp Cook Scholarship.


Dede DeRose

Dede DeRose

DeDe DeRose is Secwepempc and a member of the Esketemc First Nation near Williams Lake. She graduated from the Native Indian Teacher’s Education Program (NITEP) with a BEd degree in 1981; received a Diploma in Education in 1990; and completed the Ts”kel Master’s Program at UBC in 1993. Since graduating her priority in public schools, the district, and the province have been to advocate for improving Aboriginal student success.

Born in Williams Lake, the eldest of six children, she grew up on ranches in rural areas of the Chilcotin and Cariboo communities participating in 4-H and competing in rodeo. She attended small rural schools graduating from 100 Mile House. She taught for nine years in the Cariboo Chilcotin School District before taking a position as a principal in six elementary schools in the Kamloops/Thompson School District for 19 years. Currently, DeDe has returned to the Kamloops/ Thompson School District in her role at an elementary school principal to 400 students. She also is involved with the BCPVPA and the BCSSA by assisting in the development of Aboriginal leadership for their members.

During her career, DeRose has advocated for the inclusion of Aboriginal languages, cross curriculum inclusion of Aboriginal history and culture, and genuine involvement from parents, caregivers, and communities. She served as the first Aboriginal educator on the former BC College of Teachers for over eight years. DeRose has chaired and co-chaired the First Nations Education Council at UBC for 14 years. In 2005, DeRose was awarded the first Teacher Educator Award from the Association of BC Deans of Education for her “outstanding work in supporting and promoting teacher education at the school level.” DeDe served as the first Superintendent of Aboriginal Achievement and was seconded for two years from 2012 to 2014 to the Ministry of Education. She was honoured to act in that role.

On a personal note, DeDe's most important and special role is the recent one she's had over the past 4 years of being the best Kye7e (grandmother) possible to her five adorable and wonderful "imch" (grandchildren).

 


Harpreet Dhillon

Harpreet Dhillon

Harpreet Dhillon is a grade six teacher at Surrey’s Cindrich Elementary School. She completed UBC’s Bachelor of Education program in 2000 and received additional training in art education. In 2013, Harp was named winner of the Faculty’s Alumni Teacher Award for her work in bringing social responsibility to her students and the greater student body of Cindrich. The Faculty presents this award to celebrate the outstanding achievements of its alumni, who as teachers, are making exceptional impacts in the lives of their students and learning communities. With a lead-by-example approach, Harp has inspired many students to get involved in activities to support their local communities and those around the world.

Harpreet established the WE team at Cindrich over four years ago and students now help communities in need both locally and around the world. She believes that children have much to offer as members of community. She strives to fulfill the philosophy of one her favourite quotes from Margaret Mead found on her classroom wall, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”


Avis Glaze

Avis Glaze

Dr. Avis Glaze is one of Canada’s outstanding educators and a recognized international leader in education. From classroom teacher to superintendent of schools and director of education, this award-winning educator has experience at all levels of the school system. She was one of five Commissioners on Ontario’s Royal Commission on Learning. As Ontario’s first Chief Student Achievement Officer and founding CEO of the Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat, she played a pivotal role in improving student achievement in Ontario. Dr. Glaze served as Ontario’s Education Commissioner and Senior Adviser to the Minister of Education. She was Professor in Residence in the Faculty of Education at the University of Ottawa. Currently, she is President of Edu-quest International Inc. offering a wide range of educational services and speaking engagements across the globe. Her most recent appointment was as a member of the International Advisory Committee to the First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon. She also served as Adviser to Nelson Mandela in South Africa through CIDA, and as Adviser to the Minister of Education in New Zealand on national standards.

Avis continues to be the inveterate learner that she is, taking courses at every possible opportunity. She recently received designation as a Visible Learning Certified Trainer, in John Hattie’s work, offered through Corwin Press in Thousand Oaks, California.

Dr. Glaze is skilled at motivating, inspiring, and developing the skills of entire school staffs to realize their potential in improving their schools. The most recent book which she co-authored, is Breaking Barriers: Excellence and Equity for All (Glaze, Mattingley and Levin). A forthcoming book, High School Graduation: k-12 Strategies that Work, (Glaze, Mattingley and Andrews) identifies proven strategies to improve graduation rates for all students regardless of socio-economic or other social or demographic factors.


Wade Grant

Wade Grant

First elected to Musqueam Chief & Council in 2004, Wade Grant was a Musqueam Councillor until stepping down in 2014 to accept a role as the Special Advisor to the Premier on Aboriginal Issues.

Prior to this, Wade was the Economic Development Coordinator for Musqueam First Nation. He was appointed to Vancouver Police Board in 2010. He is also a Board member on the Aboriginal Tourism BC Board, the Laurier Institute Board, the Canadian Blood Services National Blood Bank Board and is Co-Chair of the Vancouver Urban Dialogues Project.

During the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, Wade was Assistant General Manager of the Four Host Nations Aboriginal Pavilion. He has acted as a policy analyst for the BC Assembly of First Nations and as executive assistant to the Solicitor General of British Columbia. He holds a BA in Political Science from UBC and attended UBC Law School.

Wade, his wife Maureen and two children, Eli and Isla, live on the Musqueam Indian Reserve.

 


John Harrison

John Harrison

John began his teaching career in 1976 in Burnaby School District. Over the years he has worked as head teacher, vice-principal, and principal at various Burnaby Schools. His teaching certification came from UBC following an undergraduate degree in sociology and political science.  In 1988 John obtained his master's degree in administrative leadership from Simon Fraser University. John was very involved at the school and district level in professional development and mentoring student teachers. This eventually led to appointments at UBC as a faculty associate and social studies curriculum instructor. He was also appointed as a faculty associate at Simon Fraser University. John developed learning resources for teachers in literature, social studies and critical thinking. He has presented workshops for educators on conflict resolution, communications, creating cohesive and caring school communities, building leadership capacity and critical thinking.

He recently completed a diploma program in Sustainable Community Development at the SFU City Program.

He is currently President of Inter-City Gas Ltd.

 

 


Steve Mulligan

Steve Mulligan

Steve began a career with the Canadian Air Force by completing a Bachelor of Engineering degree at the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ontario. After flying as a Navigator for several years, he went back to school to study Theatre Arts at Grant MacEwan College in Edmonton, Alberta. Here in Vancouver he completed his Bachelor of Education degree at University of British Columbia in 2000 and began teaching with the Vancouver School Board shortly thereafter. In 2006, he completed a Masters of Education degree, also from UBC, focusing on urban issues in education. He has taught everything from grade two to high school Math, and spent four years working as the VSB’s Anti-homophobia and Diversity Consultant. He currently teaches at Mount Pleasant Elementary School supporting all students with projects and initiatives focused on Literacy, Social-Emotional development and responsibility, as well as parent and community engagement.


Bob Quartermain

Bob Quartermain

Over his 35-year career in geology, exploration and development Dr. Quartermain established a solid track record in building shareholder value in the field of precious metals exploration and development. He was the president of Silver Standard Resources for 25 years building it from a fledgling exploration company to one of the largest in-ground silver resources held by a publicly traded company with a market capitalization of $2 billion.

After leaving his post with Silver Standard, Dr. Quartermain launched Pretium Resources Inc. with one of Canada’s largest IPOs in 2010 and is currently the President and CEO of the company. Pretium has 100% interest in the Snowfield and Brucejack Projects in northern British Columbia; combined they represent one of the largest underdeveloped gold resources in North America.

Dr. Quartermain holds Bachelor of Science degree in geology from the University of New Brunswick, a Master of Science degree in mineral exploration from Queen’s University and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Science degree from the University of New Brunswick in May 2009.

Recognizing the importance of education and recruitment in the field of geology, Dr. Quartermain supports his alma mater, the University of New Brunswick (UNB) through philanthropic initiatives for the Quartermain Sports Medicine Centre, the Quartermain Center for Earth Sciences, and annual Robert Quartermain Geology Scholarships.


The Hon. Linda Reid

The Hon. Linda Reid

The Honourable Linda Reid, MLA has built her reputation in the BC Legislature on her professional background in education, management and community service. She was a key architect of the first electoral success of her party in the Province in 1991, and has been re-elected to represent Richmond East continuously since then. Linda is the longest-serving MLA in the current parliament, making bold and steadfast efforts to drive positive change for more than 20 years.

Elected as Speaker of the Legislative Assembly in June 2013, Linda offers a balanced perspective across multiple portfolios from her experience both as a Member of Government and as an Opposition Member. In addition to her recent role as Deputy Speaker from 2009 – 2013, Linda was also the Minister responsible for Early Childhood Development and for Childcare from 2001 – 2009, the perfect marriage of her solid professional credentials to these critical areas of public policy. While in Opposition, she served as Caucus Chair and held numerous key Critic and Committee roles. In all of these capacities, Linda worked tirelessly to build a network of advisors outside of the political process so that the counsel and wisdom of the people she serves would guide her position in policy development.

Linda’s volunteer record in the community demonstrates a lifelong commitment to public service that informs her distinguished record in government. From her beginnings as a First Aid Cadet with St. John Ambulance and as leader of young women in the Guiding movement, through to her participation as BC Chair for the Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind, as a Director of the Garden City Hospice Society, and as a founding member of the Richmond Chinatown Lions Club, Linda has made a positive difference. In 2012, Linda won the Ethel Tibbits Award for Community in recognition of her leadership in Richmond, and was honoured with the inaugural award for Outstanding Leadership by the BC Youth Parliament, an organization that Linda has been passionately involved with since 1986.

Linda is also the recipient of three commemorative medals – the 125th Anniversary of the Confederation of Canada Medal, the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal, and the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. More recently, in July 2013, Linda was elected to be the Vice-Chair of the Canadian Region of the Commonwealth Women Parliamentarians (CWP).

Linda and her husband Sheldon live in Richmond East with their children Olivia and Will.


Michel Tarko

Michel Tarko

Michel is the President & CEO of the JIBC. Dr. Tarko was previously Vice President, Academic at JIBC and prior to that, held the position of Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences at Douglas College. He also served as the Project Manager for the development of the Bachelor of Science in Psychiatric Nursing - Douglas College’s first baccalaureate degree independent of other post-secondary education partnerships. As Dean, he was actively engaged in building partnerships between post-secondary educational institutions inter-provincially related to graduate education in psychiatric nursing.

Michel serves on two Boards (European Psychiatric Nursing Advisory Board and the Neuman Systems Model of Nursing, VP, Executive Committee).

Michel has a PhD in Education and is a registered psychiatric nurse.


Bob Poole

Bob has played an active role in many aspects of the education continuum since graduating from UBC with a BSc (Biology) and a teacher Professional Certificate.

Since 2002 Bob has been a full time employee of the International Baccalaureate Organization, now serving as Regional Development Specialist for the IB Americas Region of the IBO. He works out of Vancouver on IB Americas initiatives both in Canada and the US, connecting with Universities, Governments, professional and nonprofit Associations as well as broad network of school based Associations. His role on the Organization’s Global Recognition team deals with related issues internationally. His professional experience has led to the development of an extensive network of educators; colleagues and contacts within North America and from around the world.

Bob was a Biology teacher, an IB teacher, and for many years, the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme Coordinator, at Sir Winston Churchill High School in Vancouver. His involvement with the IB grew in parallel with the IB’s growth in the United States, Canada and in countries around the world. His skills and experience led to service on a wide variety of committees and task forces both for the IB globally and for the Americas regionally. He participated in the development of many of the processes and procedures of the IBO: teacher professional development, school visits, school evaluations, handbooks and guidance materials for both schools and coordinators.

He has been recognized for his leadership and creativity in addressing the many challenges in education and for developing approaches for IB recognition to Universities and Government. He continues to encourage and mentor teachers, coordinators, schools and grass roots advocacy groups called, Associations of IB World Schools. These volunteer organizations allow practicing teachers and educators to give voice to their needs locally and nationally. Bob’s work has him in close contact with people in most facets of educational systems in North America including; students, teachers, administrators, school districts, Ministers and Ministries of Education in Canada, State Superintendents and Departments of Education in the US, as well as extensive contacts within the University community and in the legislative realm of government.

Bob is a strong proponent for broad access for all students to high quality programs.

 


Don Shafer

Don is a veteran broadcaster, entrepreneur, community activist, student and pretty average guitar player. He served as a cryptologist in the US Army, studied Psychology and English at UT Austin & Communications and Journalism at USC Los Angeles and as a lifelong learner, is currently completing his Master’s Degree in Liberal Arts at Simon Fraser University.

As President & CEO of Roundhouse Radio, Vancouver’s newest radio station, Don and his team are committed to building a new “hyper” local radio station focused on sharing the stories of everyone who lives, works and plays in the City of Vancouver to help bring this community closer together.

As one of the Directors and owners, Roundhouse Radio is a legacy project that pulls together five decades in media assisting local communities, Not-For-Profit organisations, NGO’s and working towards positive social change.

Don is an active member of the broadcasting community and has served on a number of boards and committees including the Canadian Association of Broadcasters, the Radio Marketing Bureau, Television Marketing Bureau, Small Market Independent Television Group and the British Columbia Association of Broadcasters. He is a past president of the Ontario Association of Broadcasters and recipient of the Alan Waters Life Time Achievement Award.

Don is a community activist and a strong supporter of local community organisations. He has served on the boards of Variety the Children’s Charity in Vancouver & Toronto, The Canadian Culinary Championships to assist the Canadian Olympic Team and the Kelowna General Hospital Foundation. He is active in the LGBTQ community assisting PFLAG and QMUNITY, the Canadian Red Cross and a number of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside Resident Associations. He is a member of the British Columbia Institute of Technology and Unversity of British Columbia’s  Advisory Boards.

Father of five, camper, biker and fly fisher, Don is an avid reader and presently engaged in his thesis exploring The Many Faces of Climate Change and Denial.

 


Jill Gardiner

Jill Gardiner has been self-employed as a professional director and financial consultant since 2010. Previously, she spent over 20 years in the investment banking industry, most recently as Regional Head and Managing Director, British Columbia, for RBC Capital Markets.  She also held various positions in corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions and debt capital markets as well as serving as Head of the Forest Products Group and Head of the Pipelines & Utilities Group.

Ms. Gardiner is currently Chair of the board of directors of Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd, and a member of the boards of directors of Capital Power Corporation, Parkbridge Lifestyle Communities Inc, and SilverBirch Hotels & Resorts LP.  She previously served on the boards of Timber Investments Ltd and a number of non-profit boards, including The Banff Centre, the Vancouver Art Gallery and the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology.

Ms. Gardiner holds a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Business Administration, both from Queen’s University.  She is a member of the Institute of Corporate Directors.

 


Upcoming Dates 2016-17 Time Venue
Tuesday, September 20, 2016 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Scarfe 310
Monday, November 7, 2016 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Scarfe 310
Thursday, March 23, 2017 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Scarfe 310
Tuesday, May 9, 2017 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Scarfe 310

 

Members:

  • Blye Frank (Chair)
  • Jim Anderson (LLED)
  • Dr. Ryuko Kubota (LLED)
  • Cay Holbrook (ECPS)
  • Tim Inglis (KIN)
  • Ian Franks (KIN)
  • Wayne Ross (EDCP)
  • Kenneth Reeder (LLED)
  • Mona Gleason (EDST)
  • Bruno Zumbo (ECPS)
  • Mark Beauchamp (KIN)
  • Peter Gouzouasis (EDCP)
  • Sandra Mathison (ECPS)
  • Aisling Humphreys, Committee Support (DNSO)

University-Wide Committee Name Representative Name Department/School
Aboriginal Strategic Plan Implementation Committee ARCHIBALD, Dr. Jo-ann IND ED
Academic Leadership Development Program (ALDP) Advisory Committee RATNER, Dr. Pam DNSO
Academic Leadership Development Program Planning Team (ALDP) HAVERKAMP, Dr. Beth ECPS
Academic Oncology Meeting MCKENZIE, Dr. Don KIN
Advisory Committee for UBC Learning Spaces RATNER, Dr. Pam DNSO
Aquatic Centre Advisory Committee SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Associate Deans of Research Meeting HAVERKAMP, Dr. Beth ECPS
Athlete Career Transition UBC Advisory Committee BEAUCHAMP, Dr. Mark KIN
BC Sport Cardiology Centre WARBURTON, Dr. Darren KIN
Behavioural Ethics Review Board BOURNOT-TRITES, Dr. Monique LLED
Behavioural Ethics Review Board DOBSON, Dr. Teresa LLED
Behavioural Research Ethics Board (BREB) O'RILEY, Dr. Patricia EDCP
Canada Research Chair Committee VERTINSKY, Dr. Patricia KIN
Canadian Council of University Physical Education and Kinesiology Committee of Health Deans SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
CBR Tenure and Promotion Working Group BUTTERWICK, Dr. Shauna EDST
Centre for Community Health Science (CHS) SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Centre for Excellence - Own the Podium SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Centre for Excellence in Indigenous Health - Advisory Group SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Centre for Sport and Sustainability (CSS) SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Chair UBC GUNN IMS Advisory Board MCKENZIE, Dr. Don KIN
Clinical Kinesiology Certification Committee, School of Kinesiology WARBURTON, Dr. Darren KIN
College of Health Disciplines BUCHANAN. Dr. Marla ECPS
College of Health Disciplines (CHD) - College Council SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Committee on International Strategy SORK, Dr. Tom DNSO
Community Based Research Working Group (Principles Cluster) ANDREOTTI, Dr. Vanessa EDST
Co-Op Advisory Committee RATNER, Dr. Pam DNSO
English Language Institute Advisory Committee NORTON, Dr. Bonny LLED
English Language Institute Advisory Committee ZAPPA-HOLLMAN, Dr. Sandra LLED
English Language Support Committee NORTON, Dr. Bonny LLED
Enrollment Executive Committee (EEC) SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Enrollment Management Committee (EMC) SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Supervision Advisory Group LEGGO, Dr. Carl LLED
General Services Administration Building Project SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Graduate Academic Policy Committee HAVERKAMP, Dr. Beth ECPS
Graduate Committee, School of Kinesiology WARBURTON, Dr. Darren KIN
Graduate Council, Faculty of Graduate Studies HAVERKAMP, Dr. Beth ECPS
Graduate Council, Faculty of Graduate Studies MCKEE, Dr. Bill ECPS
Graduate Council, Faculty of Graduate Studies SHAPKA, Dr. Jenna ECPS
Graduate Council, Faculty of Graduate Studies SHEEL, Dr. Bill KIN
Graduate New Programs and Curriculum Committee NASHON, Dr. Samson EDCP
Graduate Scholarship Committee, Faculty of Graduate Studies SHAPKA, Dr. Jenna ECPS
Graduate Scholarship Committee, Faculty of Graduate Studies HAVERKAMP, Dr. Beth ECPS
Green College Advisory Board VERTINSKY, Dr. Patricia KIN
Green College Faculty Council HODGES, Dr. Nikki KIN
Green College Media & Communications Committee HODGES, Dr. Nikki KIN
Green College Senior Fellow VERTINSKY, Dr. Patricia KIN
Health Building Working Group SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Housing Commons Steering Committee RATNER, Dr. Pam DNSO
ICORD Executive Committee (Associate Director, Education) LAM, Dr. Tania KIN
iEthics Integrated Curriculum SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Institutional Self Study (ISS) Steering Committee - ISS Subcommittee – Academic and Learning Environments FRANK, Dr. Blye DNSO
Interdisciplinary Studies Graduate Program (ISGP) Faculty Advisory Committee LEGGO, Dr. Carl LLED
Internal Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) RTI Research Grant Review Committee INGLIS, Dr. Tim KIN
International Student Initiative Advisory Committee (ISI) SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
International Student Initiative Steering Committee (ISIS) SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Learning Technology Advisory Council SORK, Dr. Tom DNSO
Osborne Outreach Advisory Committee SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies, ‘Institute Associate’ WILSON, Dr. Brian KIN
Peter Wall Institute of Advanced Studies, Mentorship Committee VERTINSKY, Dr. Patricia KIN
President’s Advisory Committee on Major Awards (PACMA) HAVERKAMP, Dr. Beth ECPS
President’s Advisory Committee on Student Discipline MCKEE, Dr. Bill ECPS
Presidents Women’s Advisory Committee VERTINSKY, Dr. Patricia KIN
Professional & Applied Program Budget Model Task Force (Office of the Associate-Provost Academic Innovation) RATNER, Dr. Pam DNSO
Property and Planning Advisory Committee RATNER, Dr. Pam DNSO
Publications Board, UBC Press RATNER, Dr. Pam DNSO
Research Ethics Board HOLBROOK, Dr. Cay ECPS
Research Ethics Board HUBLEY, Dr. Anita ECPS
Rick Hansen Fellowship Adjudication Committee WARBURTON, Dr. Darren KIN
School of Health and Exercise Sciences Personnel Committee (UBCO) FRANKS, Dr. Ian KIN
School of Population and Public Health Advisory Committee HAVERKAMP, Dr. Beth ECPS
Senate FRANK, Dr. Blye DNSO
Senate PERRY, Dr. Nancy ECPS
Senate RUITENBERG, Dr. Claudia EDST
Senate SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Senate Academic Building Needs Committee (SABNC) SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Senate Admissions Committee SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Senate Agenda Committee SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Senate Curriculum Committee FRANK, Dr. Blye DNSO
Senate Curriculum Committee JAMES, Dr. Kedrick LLED
Senate Curriculum Committee JORDAN, Dr. Liz ECPS
Senate Curriculum Committee SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Senate Curriculum Subcommittee for External Programs JAMES, Dr. Kedrick LLED
Senate Mental Health & Wellness Ad Hoc Committee SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Senate Nominating Committee SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Senate Planning and Property Advisory Committee (PPAC) SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Senate Teaching & Learning Committee FRANK, Dr. Blye DNSO
Senior Appointment Committee (SAC) FILIPENKO, Dr. Margot LLED
Senior Appointment Committee (SAC) HUBBALL, Dr. Harry EDCP
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Partnership Grant Internal Review Committee BELLIVEAU, Dr. George LLED
St John’s College Senior Fellow VERTINSKY, Dr. Patricia KIN
St John’s Membership Committee VERTINSKY, Dr. Patricia KIN
Strategic Enrolment Management (SEM) Steering Committee SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Tri-Agency/Affiliated Fellowship Adjudication Committee BELLIVEAU, Dr. George LLED
TS3 Steering Committee SORK, Dr. Tom DNSO
University Athletic Council SPARKS, Dr. Robert KIN
Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute (VCHRI) Translation Research Training & Career Development Working Group (ICORD representative) LAM, Dr. Tania KIN
DNSO Dean's Office
EDCP Curriculum & Pedagogy
ECPS Educational & Counselling Psychology, & Special Education
EDST Educational Studies
LLED Language & Literacy Education
KIN School of Kinesiology
IND ED Indigenous Education

Terms of Reference

  • 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:

  • Jenna Shapka, Chair (ORE)
  • Anne Phelan (EDCP)
  • Jennifer Vadeboncoeur (ECPS)
  • Claudia Ruitenberg (EDST)
  • Paul Kennedy (KIN)
  • George Belliveau (LLED)
  • Selina Kohl, Committee Support (ORE)

Graduate Students:

  • TBD

Terms of Reference

  • Mandated by WorkSafeBC and structured under guidelines of Industrial Health and Safety Regulations.
  • Chair and Secretary roles rotate among employee and employer representatives.
  • LHSC Terms of Reference

Minutes

Members:

 

Terms of Reference

  • Ensure that IT is effectively governed in accordance with the Faculty of Education’s strategic plan.
  • Focus is managing all IT risks and leverage opportunities for positioning IT in the Faculty’s academic and operational strategies.
  • Education ITGovernance Committee_ToR

Members:

  • vacant (Chair)
  • Tracy Wyman, Project Director (Vice-Chair)
  • Baljit Chahal, Client Services Manager, (UBC IT)
  • Clara Ng (DNSO)
  • Jacqueline Webb (ECPS)
  • Doug Adler (EDCP)
  • Alexandra Wozny (EDST)
  • vacant (LLED)
  • Natasha Boskic (ETS)
  • Robert Olaj (ORE)
  • Mark Edwards (PDCE)
  • Keith McPherson (TEO)
  • vacant, Committee Support (DNSO)

Terms of Reference

  • Reviews available ethical and other principles in Canada and elsewhere (ACDE Accord; CBIE Codes and Principles; Tri-Council Policy Statement on Ethical Conduct for Research; etc.).
  • Prepares a guidelines/principles to consider when contemplating an international engagement project.
  • Recommends a process for reviewing/discussing proposed international engagement activities that go beyond individual faculty collaborations, especially in relation to motives; alignment with mission, values and strategic priorities; equity and inclusion; cautions, risks and rewards.

Members:

  • Samson Nashon (EDCP)
  • Marlene Asselin (LLED)
  • Kadriye Erikan (ECPS)
  • Vanessa Andreotti (EDST)
  • Shannon Bredin (KIN)
  • Keith McPherson (TEO)
  • Mark Edwards (PDCE)
  • vacant, Committee Support (DNSO)

Students Representative:

  • Simin Sun

Terms of Reference

  • 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;
  • Make recommendations and participate in design of advertisements for new positions and instructional hiring;
  • Liaise with the Re-imagining MET Task Force.

Members:

  • Jennifer Shapka (Chair)
  • Teresa Dobson (LLED)
  • Michael Marker (EDST)
  • Kadriye Ercikan (ECPS)
  • Stephen Petrina (EDCP)
  • Patricia Vertinsky (KIN)
  • David Vogt (MET)
  • David Roy (MET)
  • Mark Edwards (PDCE)
  • Mary Bryson (DNSO)

Terms of Reference

 

Members:

  • Mark Edwards, Chair (PDCE)
  • vacant (ECPS)
  • Jenna Shapka (ORE)
  • Ali Abdi (EDST)
  • Wendy Carr (TEO)
  • vacant, Committee Support (PDCE)