McMullen & Angel elected to Board & Council
Long-time faculty members Linda McMullen and Joseph Angel have been elected to the U of S Board of Governors and University Council executive, respectively.
McMullen, a clinical professor and head of the Department of Psychology, beat out five others in the May election for faculty representative on the Board of Governors.
She topped the polls over fellow faculty members Glen Beck, Jim Cheesman, Michael Corcoran, Ron Cuming and Linda Ferguson.
McMullen’s three-year term on the Board began July 1, 2004. She replaces Chemistry Department Head Ron Steer, who served as faculty rep for the past three years.
McMullen joined the U of S in 1980. She has taught at all levels, and has supervised clinical practica and both master’s theses and doctoral dissertations. She has served on a number of U of S bodies including the University Review Committee, and has been a member of the executives of the Faculty Association and the Faculty Club. She was named a fellow of the Canadian Psychological Association in 2003.
Angel, a professor of biochemistry specializing in nutrition, was elected by acclamation in mid-June to the position of chair of University Council. His two-year term began July 1, 2004.
He takes over the chair from Economics Prof. Bob Lucas.
Angel has been on University Council for many years and recently served as chair of its former Capital Planning Committee.
Angel came to the U of S in 1975 from the faculty at UBC.