University Tenure Committees

University Tenure Committee: Membership

Excerpt from the Regulations Relating to the Employment of Tenure Track and Tenured Academic Staff:

7.22

The Dean of each faculty shall appoint one or more UTCs; the number of UTCs shall be decided upon by the Dean and shall be sufficient to deal with the year’s cohort of tenure candidates. Each UTC shall, in addition to the Dean, consist of five members. (…)

7.22.2

By May 15 of the year of tenure consideration, the Dean shall appoint the first two members of each UTC from a list of six tenured members of the faculty (the “faculty list”). The faculty shall determine the manner in which the members of the faculty list are selected. Membership of the faculty list shall be for a two-year renewable term.

7.22.3

No member of the UTC shall hold an appointment in the same department or departments as the candidate. (…)

7.22.5

By May 30, the Secretary-General shall appoint the other three members to each UTC from the list approved by Senate (the “Senate list”). The Senate list shall be composed of:

(i) for each faculty with departments, nine tenured members of the academic staff who do not hold appointment in that faculty; and
(ii) for each faculty without departments, six tenured members of the academic staff who do not hold appointment in that faculty.

Membership of the Senate list shall be for a three-year renewable term.

7.22.6

No members of a UTC appointed by the Secretary-General shall hold appointment in the same faculty.

7.22.7

Appointments to UTCs from the Senate list shall be based on a system of regular rotation and take into account the availability of the members of the academic staff on the list.

Excerpt from the Regulations Relating to the Employment of Librarian Staff:

3.28

The University Tenure Committee shall, in addition to the Director or Dean of Libraries, consist of five members.

3.28.1

By May 15 of the year of tenure consideration, the Director or Dean of Libraries shall appoint two members to the University Tenure Committee from a list of three tenured members of the McGill University Libraries (the “library list”). The Libraries shall determine the manner in which the members of the library list are selected. Membership of the library list shall be for a two (2) year renewable term.
3.28.2 By May 30, the Secretary-General or delegate shall appoint the other three members to the University Tenure Committee from the list approved by Senate (the “Senate list”). The Senate list shall be composed of four tenured members of the academic staff who do not hold appointments in the McGill University Libraries. Membership of the Senate list shall be for a two (2) year renewable term.
3.28.3 Appointments to the University Tenure Committee from the Senate list shall be based on a system of regular rotation and take into account the availability of the members of the academic staff on the list.


University Tenure Committees 

Alternate Chairs

(June 1, 2021 and ending May 31, 2022)

Agricultural and Environmental Sciences: Valerie Gravel
Arts UTC #1: Michael Smith
Arts UTC #2: Laila Parsons
Dentistry: Monzur Murshed
Education: David Pearsall
Engineering: Mihriban Pekguleryuz
Libraries: Megan Chellew
Management: Samer Faraj
Medicine and Health Sciences: Lesley Fellows
Medicine and Dentistry (Joint UTC #1): Lesley Fellows
Medicine and Dentistry (Joint UTC #2): Lesley Fellows
Music (for Performance candidates): Sean Ferguson
Music (for Research candidates): Jean-Sébastien Vallée
Science UTC #1: Andreas Warburton
Science UTC #2: Lauren Chapman

Senate List

(May 1st to April 30th) 

2022

  • Kevin Wade (Animal Science, AES)
  • Reza Salavati (Parasitology, AES)
  • Jaswinder Singh (Plant Science, AES)
  • Ashraf Ismail (Food Science and Agricultural Chemistry, AES)
  • Stan Kubow (Human Nutrition, AES)
  • Brian Cowan (History and Classical Studies, ARTS)
  • Sandra Hyde (Anthropology, ARTS)
  • Eun Park (School of Information Studies, ARTS)
  • Dietlind Stolle (Political Science, ARTS)
  • Peter Chauvin (DENTISTRY)
  • Richard Hovey (DENTISTRY)
  • Jocelyne Feine (DENTISTRY)
  • Paul Allison (DENTISTRY)
  • Annette Korner (Educational & Counselling Psychology, EDUCATION)
  • Ada Sinacore (Educational & Counselling Psychology, EDUCATION)
  • Anila Asghar (Integrated Studies in Education, EDUCATION)
  • Jun Song (Mining & Materials Engineering, ENGINEERING)
  • Mustafa Kumral (Mining & Materials Engineering, ENGINEERING)
  • Anne Kietzig (Chemical Engineering, ENGINEERING)
  • YaoYao Fiona Zhao (Mechanical Engineering, ENGINEERING)
  • Jaye Ellis (LAW)
  • Lara Khoury (LAW)
  • Carole Urbain (LIBRARIES)
  • Joseph Hafner (LIBRARIES)
  • Eamon Duffy (LIBRARIES)
  • Animesh Animesh (MANAGEMENT)
  • Ruslan Goyenko (MANAGEMENT)
  • Paola Perez-Aleman (MANAGEMENT)
  • Sergei Sarkissian (MANAGEMENT)
  • Hamid Etemad (MANAGEMENT)
  • Heather Durham (Neurology & Neurosurgery, MEDICINE)
  • Hugh Clarke (Obstetrics & Gynecology, MEDICINE)
  • Kathleen Mullen (Ophthalmology, MEDICINE)
  • Jon Wild (Music Research, MUSIC)
  • Matt Haimovitz (Music Performance, MUSIC)
  • Patrick Hansen (Music Performance, MUSIC)
  • Kyoko Hashimoto (Music Performance, MUSIC)
  • Axel Strauss (Music Performance, MUSIC)
  • Paul François (Physics, SCIENCE)
  • Melanie Dirks (Psychology, SCIENCE)
  • Alanna Watt (Biology, SCIENCE)

2023

  • Darin Barney (Art History & Communications, ARTS)
  • John Galbraith (Economics, ARTS)
  • Ollivier Dyens (Dept. des littératures de langue française, de traduction et de création, ARTS)
  • Dieter Reinhardt (DENTISTRY)
  • Dominic Frigon (Civil Engineering & Applied Mechanics, ENGINEERING)
  • Lionel Smith (LAW)
  • Ram Jakhu (LAW)
  • Tracy Webb (Physics, SCIENCE)
  • John Gyakum (Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, SCIENCE)
  • Virginie Millien (Redpath Museum, SCIENCE)

2024

  • Grace Marquis (Human Nutrition, AES)
  • Niladri Basu (Natural Resource Sciences, cross appointed in the School of Human Nutrition, AES; Associate member Epidemiology and Biostatistics and McGill School of the Environment)
  • Jeff Cardille (Natural Resource Sciences, AES)
  • Murray Humphries (Natural Resource Sciences, AES)
  • Michael Blome-Tillmann (Philosophy, ARTS)
  • Delphine Collin-Vézina (School of Social Work, ARTS)
  • Ji Zhang (DENTISTRY)
  • Mindy Carter (Integrated Studies in Education, EDUCATION)
  • Paul Zanazanian (Integrated Studies in Education, EDUCATION)
  • Armando Bertone (Educational & Counselling Psychology, EDUCATION)
  • Tara Flanagan (Educational & Counselling Psychology, EDUCATION)
  • Caroline Temcheff (Educational & Counselling Psychology, EDUCATION)
  • Lindsay Duncan (Kinesiology and Physical Education, EDUCATION)
  • Laurent Mydlarski (Mechanical Engineering, ENGINEERING)
  • Christophe Dubach (Electrical & Computer Engineering, ENGINEERING)
  • Nik Luka (School of Urban Planning, ENGINEERING)
  • Michael Kokkolaras (Mechanical Engineering, ENGINEERING)
  • Yaëll Emerich (LAW)
  • Evan Fox-Decent (LAW)
  • Natalie Waters (LIBRARIES)
  • Emily MacKenzie (LIBRARIES)
  • Ann Marie Holland (LIBRARIES)
  • Kunsoo Han (MANAGEMENT)
  • Robert Kearney (Biomedical Engineering, MEDICINE / Associate Member: Physiology; Physical & Occupational Therapy; Mechanical Engineering)
  • Rebecca Fuhrer (Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health, MEDICINE)
  • Rose Goldstein (Medicine, MEDICINE)
  • Richard Margolese (Surgery / Oncology, MEDICINE)
  • David Thomas (Biochemistry, MEDICINE)
  • Guillaume Bourgogne (Music Performance, MUSIC)
  • Jackie Leclair (Music Performance, MUSIC)
  • Jean Lesage (Music Research, MUSIC)
  • Bob Hasegawa (Music Research, MUSIC)
  • Youla Tsantrizos (Chemistry, SCIENCE)
  • Sarah Turner (Geography, SCIENCE)
  • Brigitte Pientka (School of Computer Science, SCIENCE)

 

 

 

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