Donna Burlingame has joined the Facilities Management Division in the position of utilities manager. She comes to the University from the job of senior accountant with Dawn Food Products.
Three faculty members from Arts and Science were recognized recently with teaching excellence awards. The 2004 winners were Lorin Elias, associate professor of psychology, Michael Kennedy, a sessional lecturer in English, and Anthony Kusalik, computer science professor.
Dr. Femi Olatunbosun, head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, has been invited to chair the International Project Subcommittee of the Reproductive Health Initiative, a project of the American Medical Women's Association. The work included preparing a sexual and reproductive health medicine curriculum designed to help students, faculty and professions in developing countries improve sexual and reproductive health education and service delivery.
adjunct professor in the Department of Soil Sciences, and Western
Ag Innovations Inc. have won one of NSERC’s 2004 Synergy Awards
for Innovation. The award recognizes Schoenau for developing the technology
used by Western Ag Innovations to produce the Plant Root Simulator,
a soil-testing probe with forecasting software that has been used
to improve yields on 3.4 million acres of farmland in western Canada
Huskie Athletics has announced appointments in various areas of its operation:
Bryce Chapman, former assistant coach of the women's soccer team, as head coach of the men's soccer team.
Ivan Tam as interim track and field head coach.
Scott St. Pierre
as interim assistant coach for track and field.
formerly the sports information officer, as athlete services officer.
as promotions co-ordinator for the Huskie Athletics program.