Open Letter from Carleton University Faculty in Support of CUPE 2424

March 14, 2018

Open Letter to Interim President Summerlee and Carleton University’s Board of Governors

Dear Interim President Summerlee and Carleton University’s Board of Governors:

We, the undersigned members of Carleton University’s academic staff, are deeply concerned about the treatment of our colleagues in CUPE 2424 during the current labour dispute. The communications released from the Administration’s newsroom during the past week all begin with a formal affirmation that “all members of CUPE 2424 are highly valued and highly respected members of our community.” We write this letter to urge you to demonstrate in both words and deeds that members of CUPE 2424 are truly valued and respected.

Our colleagues in CUPE 2424 are an indispensable constituency in Carleton’s community. We value them and are deeply grateful for their many years of service and dedication to Carleton’s students, faculty, and management alike. They have served Carleton with conscientiousness and devotion, and some of them have done so for decades. Many of them have also won distinguished service awards. These Service Excellence Awards seem belittled and trivialized today when these very same people find themselves on picket lines braving the cold and feeling under-valued.

Unions have the right to protect the pensions of their members; there is nothing exceptional about CUPE 2424’s effort to negotiate a just settlement on behalf of its members. This fact is borne out by the pension-related strikes that are currently taking place across a majority of university campuses in the UK. Every union at Carleton has or ought to have some language in its Collective Agreement to protect members’ pension benefits. We urge you to facilitate a return of both parties to the bargaining table and call for bargaining in good faith on both sides.

Given that the Administration has a monopoly on official University communications, we enjoin you to ensure that these are used not for tactical advantage but to reaffirm respect for everyone in our community, and particularly for the personal safety and dignity of CUPE 2424 members on the picket lines. For example, the University-wide email of March 8 endorsing the view that picket lines have caused “undue interruptions” and “unacceptable delays” might be read by some as tacitly sanctioning hostility, including verbal abuse and physical confrontation. Indeed, some of us have been witness to hostilities and the near collision of a vehicle with picketers. We urge you to remind the Carleton community that this is a legal strike, that picketers have the right to slow down traffic, and that all violations will be prosecuted.

We invite you to consider the incalculable losses that a long strike or an unjust settlement for CUPE 2424 would represent: a bruised and disaffected workforce, a demoralized student body, and a mistrustful and suspicious faculty attitude towards the Administration. There is no doubt that this would result in irreparable damage to Carleton’s reputation and the fabric of its teaching and research community. Many of us have participated in outreach activities in order to showcase the kind of work we do at Carleton and the kind of community we proudly represent. Many of us have shared our research in high schools and at other local venues, have served as judges in externally sponsored educational events, and have tutored students in the city’s elementary and secondary schools, to name just a few. Our community outreach has been motivated by our belief that Carleton is an institution committed to its students, its workforce, and a moral code anchored in justice, fairness, and respect.

Interim President Summerlee has pledged transparency and promised an ethos in which “Anyone can challenge whatever they like” (http://ottawacitizen.com/news/local-news/carletons-interim-president-pledges-greater-transparency-anyone-can-challenge-whatever-they-like). We would like to challenge you, Dr. Summerlee, as well as our esteemed members on the Board of Governors, to facilitate a return of the negotiating teams to the bargaining table. Right now, more than ever, we stand in need of leadership that will bring us together by showing courage, foresight, and moral integrity. A President and a Board of Governors are responsible to everyone on the University campus, including members of CUPE 2424. We stand together and fall together, and we urge you to exhibit leadership that will guide Carleton towards the best community it can be—namely, an institution informed by the principles of collegiality, mutual respect, and goodwill.

Sincerely yours,

1. Dr. Nahla Abdo, Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

2. Dr. Frances Abele, Chancellor’s Professor, School of Public Policy and Administration

3. Dr. Grace Adeniyi Ogunyankin, Assistant Professor, Pauline Jewett Institute of Women’s and Gender Studies

4. Dr. Pius Adesanmi, Professor, English Language and Literature, and Director, Institute of African Studies

5. Dr. Jennifer Adese, Associate Professor and Program Coordinator – Indigenous Studies, School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies

6. Dr. Yoriko Aizu, Contract Instructor, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

7. Brittany Amell, Doctoral Candidate, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

8. Dr. Aubrey Anable, Assistant Professor, School for Studies in Art and Culture

9. Dr. Erik Anonby, Associate Professor, Department of French

10. Dr. Lisa Armstrong, Contract Instructor, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

11. Dr. Laura Banducci, Assistant Professor, College of Humanities

12. Dr. Adam Barrows, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature

13. Dr. Katharine Bausch, Instructor, Pauline Jewett Institute of Women’s and Gender Studies

14. Dr. Matthew Bellamy, Associate Professor, Department of History

15. Dr. Y.A. Bennett, Associate Professor, Department of History

16. Dr. Susan Birkwood, Instructor, English Language and Literature

17. Dr. Rena Bivens, Assistant Professor, School of Journalism and Communication

18. Dr. Ari Black, Contract Instructor, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

19. Dr. Miranda J. Brady, Associate Professor, School of Journalism and Communication

20. Dr. Sarah Brouillette, Professor, English Language and Literature

21. Dr. Doris Buss, Professor, Department of Law and Legal Studies

22. Dr. Deidre Butler, Associate Professor, Religion and College of Humanities Director, Max and Tessie Zelikovitz Centre for Jewish Studies

23. Dr. Siobhain Calkin, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature

24. Dr. Emilie Cameron, Associate Professor, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies

25. Dr. Tullio Caputo, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

26. Julia Carey, Instructor, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

27. Dr. Marie-Eve Carrier-Moisan, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

28. Dr. Mayurika Chakravorty, Instructor, English Language and Literature

29. Dr. Xiaobei Chen, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

30. Dr. Kamari Clarke, Professor, Bachelor of Global and International Studies

31. Dr. Janne Cleveland, Instructor, English Language and Literature

32. Dr. Deborah Conners, Instructor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

33. Dr. Eros Corazza, Professor, Department of Philosophy

34. Dr. Sébastien Côté, Associate Professor, Department of French

35. Dr. Christopher Cox, Assistant Professor, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

36. Dr. Zeba Crook, Professor, Religion

37. Dr. Bruce Curtis, Professor Emeritus, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

38. Dr. Tonya Davidson, Instructor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

39. Darryl Davies, Instructor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

40. Dr. Kimberley Davis, Instructor, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

41. Dr. David Dean, Professor, Department of History

42. Dr. Joanna Dean, Associate Professor, Department of History

43. Dr. Travis DeCook, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature

44. Dr. Morgan Currie, Instructor, School for Studies in Art and Culture

45. Dr. Louise De La Gorgendiere, Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology

46. Biana della Zazzera, Instructor, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

47. Dr. Jane Dickson, Associate Professor, Law and Legal Studies

48. Dr. Danielle DiNovelli-Lang, Assistant Professor, Sociology and Anthropology

49. Dr. Audra Diptee, Associate Professor, Department of History

50. Dr. Chris Dixon, Contract Instructor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

51. Dr. Dana Dragunoiu, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature

52. Dr. Aaron Doyle, Associate Professor and Chair, Sociology and Anthropology

53. Dr. Jay Drydyk, Professor, Department of Philosophy

54. Laura Dunbar, Doctoral Candidate, SLaLS

55. Dr. William Echard, Associate Professor, School for Studies in Art and Culture

56. Dr. Bruce Elliott, Professor, Department of History

57. Lale Eskicioglu, Doctoral Candidate, ICSLAC

58. Dr. Jennifer Evans, Professor, Department of History

59. Dr. Brian Foss, Director, School for Studies in Art and Culture

60. Dr. Mitchell Frank, Associate Professor, School for Studies in Art and Culture

61. Dr. Melissa Frankel, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy

62. Dr. Erica Fraser, Lecturer, Department of History

63. Dr. Wendy Fraser, Contract Instructor, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

64. Dr. Ariel Fuenzilida, Contract Instructor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

65. Dr. Laura Gagne, Contract Instructor, College of Humanities

66. Dr. Randall Gess, Professor, Department of French and School of Linguistics and Language Studies

67. Dr. Karine Geoffrion, Contract Instructor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

68. Dr. Neil Gerlach, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

69. Jennifer Gilbert, FYS Instructor and Mentor Program Coordinator, Centre for Initiatives in Education

70. Dr. Peter Gose, Professor, Sociology and Anthropology

71. Dr. Shawn Graham, Associate Professor, Department of History

72. Dr. Brian Greenspan, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature

73. Dr. Malini Guha, Assistant Professor, School for Studies in Art and Culture

74. Shelley Gullikson, Systems Librarian, Library

75. Dr. Sheryl Hamilton, Associate Professor, Department of Law and Legal Studies, and School of Journalism and Communication

76. Dr. Amrita Hari, Assistant Professor, Pauline Jewett Institute of Women’s and Gender Studies

77. Dr. Hisako Hayashi, Contract Instructor, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

78. Dr. Karen Hébert, Assistant Professor, Geography and Environmental Studies

79. Dr. John Higney, Contract Instructor, School for Studies in Art and Culture

80. Dr. Norman Hillmer, Chancellor’s Professor, Department of History

81. Dr. Peter Hodgins, Associate Professor, School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies

82. Dr. Michel Hogue, Associate Professor, Department of History

83. Dr. Robert Holton, Professor, English Language and Literature

84. Dr. Laura Horak, Assistant Professor, School for Studies of Art and Culture

85. Dr. Birgit Hopfener, Associate Professor and Confucius Chair, Art History

86. Dr. David Hugill, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies

87. Dr. Dan Irving, Associate Professor, Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies, and Pauline Jewett Institute of Women’s and Gender Studies

88. Dr. Sara Jamieson, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature

89. Dr. Chinnaiah Jangam, Assistant Professor, Department of History

90. Dr. Fiona Jeffries, Contract Instructor, Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies

91. Dr. Brian Johnson, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature

92. Dr. Andrew Johnston, Associate Professor, Department of History

93. Dr. Sukeshi Kamra, Professor, English Language and Literature

94. Dr. Soyoung Kang, Contract Instructor, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

95. Dr. Lara Karaian, Associate Professor, Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice

96. Dr. Vincent Kazmierski, Associate Professor, Department of Law and Legal Studies

97. Dr. Jacqueline Kennelly, Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology

98. Dr. Paul Keen, Professor, English Language and Literature

99. Dr. Ummni Khan, Associate Professor, Law & Legal Studies and Joint Chair in Women’s Studies

100. Dr. Danielle Kinsey, Assistant Professor, Department of History

101. Dr. Susanne Klausen, Professor, Department of History

102. Dr. Christine Koggel, Professor, Department of Philosophy

103. Dr. Jacob Kovalio, Associate Professor, Department of History

104. Codie Fortin Lalonde, PhD Student, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

105. Dr. Karen M. Lawford, Instructor, Aboriginal Midwife, Registered midwife,Indigenous and Canadian Studies

106. Dr. Barbara Leckie, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature

107. Dr. Bernhard Leistle, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

108. Dr. Sonya Lipsett-Rivera, Professor, Department of History

109. Dr. Paul Litt, Associate Professor, Department of History

110. Dr. Maria Cristina Loi, Visiting Scholar, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

111. Dr. Eva Mackey, Professor, Indigenous and Canadian Studies

112. Michael Mac Neil, Associate Professor, Department of Law and Legal Studies

113. Dr. Evelyn Maeder, Associate Professor and Director, Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice

114. Dr. Diana Majury, Professor, Department of Law and legal Studies

115. Dr. Karen March, Associate Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies

116. Dr. Jody Mason, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature

117. Dr. David Matheson, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy

118. Dr. James McGowan, School for Studies in Art and Culture

119. Dr. Maeve McMahon, Associate Professor, Law and Legal Studies

120. Dr. Daniel McNeil, Associate Professor, Department of History

121. Dr. Jodie Medd, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature

122. Dr. Pablo Mendez, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies

123. Dr. James Miller, Associate Professor, Department of History

124. Dr. Jeffrey Monaghan, Assistant Professor, Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice

125. Frances Montgomery, Government Docs Librarian—Senior Reference Specialist, Library

126. Dr. Dawn Moore, Associate Professor, Department of Law and Legal Studies

127. Mike Murphy, Instructor, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

128. Dr. Julie Murray, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature

129. Dr. Stuart J. Murray, Professor and Canada Research Chair in Rhetoric and Ethics, English Language and Literature and Health Sciences

130. Dr. Myrto Mylopoulos, Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy

131. Dr. Paul Nelles, Associate Professor, Department of History

132. Richard Nimijean, Instructor, Indigenous and Canadian Studies

133. Dr. Robin Norris, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature

134. Dr. Carlos Novas, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

135. Dr. Franny Nudelman, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature

136. Dr. Waltraud O’Brien, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

137. Dr. Zoran Oklopcic, Department of Law and Legal Studies

138. Dr. James Opp, Professor, Department of History

139. Michael Ostroff, Contract Instructor, Department of History, School of Journalism and Communication

140. Dr. Nduka Otiono, Assistant Professor, Graduate Program Coordinator, African Studies

141. Dr. Augustine Park, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

142. Dr. Donna Patrick, Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

143. Dr. Justin Paulson, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

144. Dr. Carol Payne, Associate Professor, School for Studies in Art and Culture

145. Dr. Mark Phillips, F.R.S.C., Professor, Department of History,

146. Dr. Roderick Phillips, Professor, Department of History

147. Dr. Ruth Phillips, F.R.S.C., Canada Research Professor and Professor of Art History

148. Dr. George Pollard, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

149. Dr. Esther Post, Contract Instructor, English Language and Literature

150. Dr. Trevor Purvis, Assistant Professor, Law & Legal Studies

151. Dr. Jen Pylypa, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

152. Dr. Hugh Reid, Adjunct Research Professor, English Language and Literature

153. Dr. Jennifer Ridgley, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies

154. Dr. George S. Rigakos, Professor of the Political Economy of Policing

155. Dr. Megan Rivers-Moore, Assistant Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies

156. Dr. Beth Robertson, Lecturer, Department of History

157. Dr. Michael Rodgers, Assistant Professor, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

158. Susan Ross, Assistant Professor, School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies

159. Dr. Chris Russill, Associate Professor, School of Journalism and Communication

160. Dr. Blair Rutherford, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

161. Dr. Allan J. Ryan, Associate Professor, Indigenous and Canadian Studies / Art History

162. Dr. Phil Ryan, Associate Professor, School of Public Policy and Administration

163. Dr. Marina Sabandze, Instructor, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

164. Dr. Lubna Safaa, Contract Instructor, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

165. Nandini Sarma, Instructor III, Department of French

166. Dr. Ron Saunders, Associate Professor, Law and Legal Studies

167. Dr. Marc Saurette, Associate Professor, Department of History

168. Ms. Janice Scammell, Librarian, Academic Services

169. Dr. Rebecca Schein, Associate Professor, Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies

170. Dr. Matthew Scribner, Contract Instructor, English Language and Literature

171. Dr. Alexis Shotwell, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

172. Dr. Frances Slaney, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

173. Dr. Janice Schroeder, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature

174. Dr. Daniel Siddiqi, Associate Professor, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

175. Dr. Margaret Sikorska, Contract Instructor, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

176. Dr. Janet Siltanen, Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

177. Dr. Graham Smart, Associate Professor, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

178. Dr. Adrian A. Smith, Associate Professor, Department of Law and Legal Studies

179. Dr. Daiva Stasiulis, Professor, Sociology and Anthropology

180. Dr. Kim Stratton, Associate Professor, College of Humanities

181. Dr. David Stymeist, Contract Instructor, English Language and Literature

182. Dr. Angela Sumegi, Associate Professor, College of Humanities

183. Dr. Donald Swartz, Associate Professor (retd.), School of Public Policy and Administration

184. Dr. Chris Tanasescu (MARGENTO), Contract Instructor, English Language and Literature

185. Dr. Rania Tfaily, Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology

186. Dr. Paul Theberge, Canada Research Professor, School for Studies in Art and Culture

187. Dr. Peter Thompson, Associate Professor, Director, School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies

188. Dr. Ming Tiampo, Professor, Art History and Director, Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Art and Culture

189. Dr. Collett Tracey, Instructor, English Language and Literature

190. Dr. Anne Trépanier, Associate Professor, School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies

191. Dr. Cristina Trevisan, Instructor, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

192. Dr. F.M. van Veldhoven, Instructor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

193. Dr. Brenda Vellino, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature

194. Dr. Sarah Waisvisz, Contract Instructor, English Language and Literature

195. Dr. Andrew Wallace, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature

196. Dr. John Walsh, Assistant Professor, Department of History

197. Dr. Priscilla L. Walton, Professor, English Language and Literature

198. Dr. Pat Whiting, Instructor, English Language and Literature

199. Dr. Susan Whitney, Associate Professor, Department of History

200. Dr. Jill Wigle, Associate Professor, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies

201. Dr. Grant Williams, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature

202. Dr. Christiane Wilke, Associate Professor and Graduate Program Supervisor, Law and Legal Studies

203. Dr. Amanda Wilson, Contract Instructor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

204. Cecile Wilson, Doctoral Candidate, ICSLAC

205. Dr. Johannes Wolfart, Associate Professor, College of Humanities

206. Dr. Benjamin Woo, Assistant Professor, School of Journalism and Communication

207. Dr. Hyounjeoung Yoo, Contract Instructor, School of Linguistics and Language Studies

Additional Signatories 

  1. Dr. Jerzy Elzanowski, Assistant Professor, School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies
  2. Jen Whitney, Systems Librarian, Library
  3. Janet Hempstead, Science Librarian, Library
  4. Rebecca Bartlett, GIS and Digital Resources Librarian, Library
  5. Judy Senecal, Reference Librarian, Library
  6. Dr. Kahente Horn-Miller, Assistant Professor, School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies
  7. Dr. Diana Young, Associate Professor, Department of Law and Legal Studies
  8. Dr. Brett Stevens, Professor, Mathematics and Statistics
  9. Dr. Wayne Horn, Mathematics and Statistics
  10. Dr. Kristof Avramsson, Science & Engineering Librarian
  11. Dr. Cristina Rojas, Professor, Political Sciences, Institute of Political Economy
  12. Dr. Jennifer Henderson, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature  & School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies
  13. Sally Sax, Reference Librarian, Library
  14. Rebekah R. Ingram, Doctoral Candidate, School of Linguistics and Language Studies
  15. Dr. Michael Dorland, Professor, School of Journalism and Communication
  16. Eve Schnitzer, Spanish Instructor, SLALS
  17. Prof. Daniel Panario, Mathematics and Statistics
  18. Dr. Lisa Mills, Associate Professor, School of Public Policy and Administration
  19. Dr. Eugene Swimmer, Professor (retired), School of Public Policy and Administration
  20. Saul Schwartz, Professor, School of Public Policy and Administration
  21. Dr. Patricia Ballamingie, Associate Professor, Geography & Environmental Studies
  22. Dr. Marc-André Gagnon, School of Public Policy and Administration
  23. Dr. Robert P. Shepherd, Associate Professor, School of Public Policy & Administration
  24. Dr. Christopher Stoney, Associate Professor SPPA
  25. Dr. Stephan Schott, Associate Professor, SPPA and SEP
  26. Dr. Heather Dorries, Assistant Professor, School of Public Policy and Administration
  27. Dr. Kirsten Kozolanka, Professor, School of Journalism and Communication
  28. Chris Fairweather, Teaching Assistant, Law and Legal Studies
  29. Dr. Andrea Chandler, Professor, Department of Political Science
  30. Dr. Sarah E.K. Smith, Assistant Professor, School of Journalism and Communication
  31. Kanina Holmes, Associate Professor, School of Journalism and Communication
  32. Dr. Gabriele Contessa, Associate Professor, Philosophy.
  33. Dr. Thomas Kunz, Professor, Systems and Computer Engineering
  34. Dr. Kevin Hamdan, Instructor II, Geography and Environmental Studies
  35. Dr. Ted Sherwood, Associate Professor, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering
  36. Dr. Sandra Robinson, Instructor II, School of Journalism and Communication
  37. Dr. Doug King, Professor, Geography and Environmental Studies
  38. Dr. Vandna Bhatia, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science
  39. Dr. Susan Braedley, Associate Professor,School of Social Work
  40. Kevin Partridge, PhD candidate, Sociology and Anthropology
  41. Dr. Jacques Albert, Professor, Dept. of Electronics
  42. Dr. Alex Wong, Associate Professor, Department of Biology
  43. Dr. Melissa Haussman, Professor, Political Science; VP CUASA
  44. Dr. Amy Bartholomew, Department of Law and Legal Studies
  45. Dr. Pavan Gunupudi, Associate Professor, Department of Electronics
  46. Marylynn Steckley, Instructor II, Global and International Studies
  47. Dr. David Amundsen, Associate Professor, School of Mathematics and Statistics
  48. Dr. Ian Beausoleil-Morrison, Professor, Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
  49. Dr. John Milton, Instructor, Geography and Environmental Studies
  50. Dr. Brian Cousens, Professor, Earth Sciences
  51. Dr. Hans-Martin Jaeger, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
  52. Dr. Susan Bertram, Professor, Department of Biology
  53. Dr. Behnam Behnia, Associate Professor, School of Social Work
  54. Dr. Vivek Dehejia, Associate Professor, Economics & Philosophy
  55. Dr. Tim Patterson, Professor, Earth Sciences
  56. Dr. Joanna Pozzulo, Professor, Department of Psychology
  57. Dr. Chantal Dion, Instructor, Department of French, Chief Negotiator CUASA
  58. Dr. Ashkan Golshani, Professor, Department of Biology
  59. Dr. Jason Hinek, Instructor II, School of Computer Science
  60. Dr. Richard Amos, Assistant professor, Earth Sciences, Environmental Science
  61. Isla Jordan, Systems Librarian
  62. Dr. Beth Martin, Instructor, School of Social Work
  63. Dr. Timothy Pettipiece, Instructor, College of Humanities
  64. Dr. Randall Germain, Professor, Department of Political Science
  65. Dr. Bruce Tsuji, Instructor III, Department of Psychology
  66. Dr. Michael Mopas, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology & Anthropology
  67. Dr. Irena Knezevic, Assistant Professor, Communication and Media Studies
  68. Dr. Raj Singh, Associate Professor, Institute of Cognitive Science
  69. Dr. Valerie Percival, Assistant Professor, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs
  70. Dr. Carolyn M. Ramzy, Assistant Professor, SSAC: Music
  71. Dr. Jaffer Sheyholislami, Associate Professor, SLaLS, ICSLAC
  72. Dr. Anuppiriya Sriskandarajah, Instructor, Pauline Jewett Institute of Women’s and Gender Studies
  73. Dr George Hadjisophocleous, Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
  74. Dr. Samuel A. Ajila, Systems and Computer Engineering
  75. Dr. Çağla Doğan, Assistant Professor, School of Industrial Design
  76. Dr. Candace Sobers, Assistant Professor, Global and International Studies
  77. Dr. Deepthi Kamawar, Associate Professor, ICS/Psychology
  78. Dr. Mark MacLeod, Instructor, ICS
  79. Dr. Lenore Fahrig, Professor, Biology
  80. Dr. Steven Wang, Professor, School of Mathematics and Statistics
  81. Bill Skidmore, Instructor, Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies
  82. Dr. Shibu Pal, Associate Professor, Sprott School of Business
  83. Dr. Shelley  Brown, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology
  84. Dr. Radha Jhappan, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
  85. Dr. Frenand Léger, Instructor I, French Department
  86. Dr. D. Gregory MacIsaac, Associate Professor, College of the Humanities
  87. Dr. Charles Starling, Assistant Professor, School of Mathematics and Statistics
  88. Dr. Derek A. Smith, Associate Professor, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies
  89. Dan Patterson, Instructor III, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies
  90. Alana Skwarok, Reference Librarian, Library
  91. Dr. Catherine Bonier, Assistant Professor, Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism
  92. Dr. Jeffrey Erochko, Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
  93. Dr. Patricia McGuire, Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work
  94.  Dr. Siva Sivathayalan, Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
  95. Dr. Hans-Martin Jaeger, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
  96. Dr. Scott Bennett, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
  97. Dr. Michael Mopas, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology
  98. Dr. Iain McKinnell, Instructor, Department of Biology
  99. Dr. Merlyna Lim, Associate Professor, School of Journalism and Communication.
  100. Dr. Owen Rowland, Associate Professor, Department of Biology
  101. Dr. Kenta Asakura, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work
  102. Dr. Yukai Li, Instructor, College of the Humanities
  103. Dr. Ali Arya, Associate Professor, School of Information Technology
  104. Dr. Luciara Nardon, Associate Professor, Sprott School of Business
  105. Dr. Brandon Fodden, Instructor, School of Mathematics and Statistics
  106. Robert Riordan, Instructor, Sprott School of Business
  107. Dr. Adrian Guta, Adjunct Research Professor, Department of Health Sciences
  108. Dr. Connie M. Kristiansen, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology
  109. Dr. Donald Beecher, Professor, Department of English Language and Literature
  110. Dr. Gabriel Wainer, Professor, Systems and Computer Engineering
  111. Dr. Jeff Sahadeo, Associate Professor, European, Russian and Eurasian Studies
  112. Patti Harper, Head, Research Support Services, Library
  113. Dr. Gunnar Iversen, Associate Professor, School for Studies of Arts and Cultures
  114. Dr. Joseph Bennett, Assistant Professor, Institute of Environmental Science
  115. Dr. Joan DeBardeleben, Professor, European, Russian and Eurasian Studies
  116. Dr. Crina Viju, Associate Professor, European, Russian and Eurasian Studies
  117. Dr. Federica Goffi, Associate Professor, Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism
  118. Dr. Michael Wohl, Professor, Department of Psychology
  119. Dr. Stacy Douglas, Assistant Professor, Law and Legal Studies
  120. Dr. Liam Cole Young, Instructor I, School of Journalism and Communication
  121. Dr. Steven Cooke, Professor, Institute of Environmental Science
  122. Dr. Craig Bennell, Professor, Department of Psychology
  123. Dr. Micheline White, Associate professor, College of the Humanities
  124. Dr. Dwayne Winseck, Professor, School of Journalism and Communication
  125. Dr. James Milner, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
  126. Dr. Inderbir Singh Riar, Associate Professor, Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism
  127. Dr. Megan Gaucher, Assistant Professor, Department of Law and Legal Studies
  128. Dr. Abhijit Sarkar, Associate Professor,  Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
  129. Dr. Mary Gick, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology
  130. Dr. James J. Cheetham, Associate Professor, Department of Biology
  131. Dr. Anna Hoefnagels, Associate Professor, School for Studies in Art and Culture: Music, and Co-Director, Centre for Indigenous Research, Culture, Language and Education
  132. Dr. Liam O’Brien, Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
  133. Gillian Bose, German Instructor, SLaLS
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