Museum Faculty and Staff

Redpath Museum staff and students, September 2015.

 

Director

  • Larsson, Hans, Associate Professor. Curator of Palaeontology. BSc (McGill), PhD (University of Chicago)

 

Administrative office

  • caroline.leblond [at] mcgill.ca (Caroline LeBlond), Administrative Assistant, B.Sc. (Université de Montréal), MSc (Moncton)
  • ginette.dessureault [at] mcgill.ca (Ginette Dessureault), Administrative coordinator
  • marie-eve.leclerc2 [at] mcgill.ca (Marie-Eve Leclerc), Public program administrative coordinator

 

 Academic staff

  • Barrett, Rowan, Assistant Professor BSc (University of Guelph), MSc (McGill Univesrity), PhD (University of British Columbia)
  • Green, David, Professor, Curator of Vertebrates. BSc (Univ. of British Columbia), MSc, PhD (Univ. of Guelph) 
  • Hendry, Andrew, Professor, Curator of Fish. BSc (Univ. of Victoria), MSc, PhD (Univ. of Washington)
  • Larsson, Hans, Associate Professor, Curator of Palaeontology. BSc (McGill), PhD (University of Chicago)
  • Millien, Virginie, Assistant Professor and Chief Curator and Curator of Palaeontology & Zoology, DEA PhD (Univ. Montpellier II, École Normale Supérieure Paris)
  • Ricciardi, Anthony, Professor, Curator of Invertebrates, MSc, PhD (McGill)

 

Curatorial staff

  • annie.lussier [at] mcgill.ca (Annie Lussier), Curator of World Cultures Collections, BA (McGill), MA (Université de Montréal).
  • anthony.howell [at] mcgill.ca (Anthony Howell), Curatorial Technician, Zoology
  • chantal.montreuil [at] mcgill.ca (Chantal Montreuil), Palaeontology Technician

 

Public program

  • ingrid.birker [at] mcgill.ca (Ingrid Birker), Public Program and Education, B.Sc. (York), MSc (Leicester), MA (McGill) 
  • Sara Estrada Arevalo, Museum educator

 

Associate members

  • Bell, Graham A.C., Professor. MA (Oxon), DPhil (Oxon), FRSC, FLS, James McGill Professor
  • Paquette, Jeanne, Mineralogy. BSc, MSc (McGill), PhD (SUNY Stony Brook)
  • Chapman, Colin (MSE)
  • Chapman, Lauren

 

Adjunct members

  • Holmes, R., Vertebrate Palaeontology
  • Woloch, M., Coins

 

Honorary curators

  • Lawson, B., BA (Northwestern  University), MA (McGill), World Cultures
  • Lourie, S., B.A. (Oxon), PhD (McGill), Seahorses
  • Tarassoff, P., BEng (McGill), ScD (MIT), Mineralogy

 

Redpath Museum Committees (2021)

EDI Committee: Ginette Dessureault - Co-Chair, Jessica Ford - Co-Chair and Alexis Heckley - Co-Chair, Rowan Barrett, Virginie Millien, Anthony Ricciardi, Annie Lussier, Chantal Montreuil

Safety Committee:  Anthony Ricciardi - Chair. Ingrid Birker, Chantal Montreuil, Anthony Howell, Annie Lussier. Graduate student (to be named)

Minor, Awards & Curriculum Committee:  David Green – Chair. All Academic personnel

Space Committee: Anthony Howell – Chair. Caroline LeBlond, David Green, Annie Lussier

Exhibits Committee:  Anthony Howell – Co-Chair and Annie Lussier, Co-Chair. Ingrid Birker, Hans Larsson

Collections Committee: Anthony Howell – Co-Chair and Annie Lussier, Co-Chair. Hans Larsson, Virginie Millien, Jeanne Paquette.

Collections Ethics Committee: Annie Lussier – Chair. Hans Larsson, Anthony Howell. Richard Fraser, (Maude Abbott Medical Museum). Guislaine Lemay (McCord Museum). Other members to be announced.

Publications Committee: Jeanne Paquette  – Chair. Ingrid Birker, Anthony Howell, Caroline LeBlond, Ginette Dessureault, Marie-Eve Leclerc. 

Promotion & Tenure Committee: Hans Larsson – Chair. All tenured Academic personnel

Public Program Committee: Ingrid Birker - Chair. Annie Lussier, Anthony Howell, Chantal Montreuil, Sara Estrada Arevalo, Caroline LeBlond, Ginette Dessureault, Marie-Eve Leclerc.

All committees, except the Promotion & Tenure committee, are constituted for three-year terms. Graduate student will sit on all committees except Tenure committees.

    Land Acknowledgement

    McGill University is located on land which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg nations. McGill honours, recognizes and respects these nations as the traditional stewards of the lands and waters on which we meet today.

    The Redpath Museum's director EDI statement.

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