Acting Associate Dean (Student Affairs)

David Titley-PeloquinDavid Titley-Peloquin

Senior Faculty Lecturer; Director, Freshman Program; Academic Advisor
Department of Bioresource Engineering

T: 514-398-7976 | david.titley-peloquin [at] (Email) | Macdonald-Stewart Building, MS1-022


The Acting Associate Dean (Student Affairs) provides academic direction and general oversight of the Student Affairs Office, which includes (for undergraduate students): recruitment, admissions, student exchanges, summer studies, orientation, advising, scholarships, convocations, information systems and other related functions. The Acting Associate Dean oversees the general well-being of undergraduate students on the Macdonald Campus.

The Acting Associate Dean monitors and collaborates closely with Student Services (e.g., Career and Placement, Student Health, Counselling, Office of Students with Disabilities, Mental Health, Student Aid) and Athletics, and assumes responsibility for the physical-social welfare and conflict resolution for students on the Macdonald Campus.

The Acting Associate Dean represents Macdonald on and/or chairs the following committees: University Admissions Committee, Committee on Student Services (CSS), Enrolment and Student Affairs Advisory Committee (ESAAC) Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Scholarships Committee, Student Services Macdonald Sub-Committee of the Senate Coordinating Committee, Committee on Academic Standing, Admissions Committee, Student Recruitment Committee, Teaching Excellence Committee, Faculty Promotions Committee, Farm Management and Technology Committee.

The Acting Associate Dean is a member of the Executive Committee, Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

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About David Titley-Peloquin

David Titley-Peloquin obtained his PhD from McGill University’s School of Computer Science in 2010. He then spent one year as a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Oxford and three years at the European Center for Research and Advanced Training in Scientific Computing (CERFACS) in Toulouse, France. Since January 2015 he is a Faculty Lecturer at McGill University’s Macdonald Campus.




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