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Board Composition The Board of Governors is composed of 25 voting members, including: The Chancellor, ex officio The Principal and Vice-Chancellor, ex officio 12 Members-at-large 3 Alumni Association Representatives 2 Academic Staff Representatives 2 Administrative and Support Staff Representatives 2 Senate Representatives, and 2 Student Representatives (one undergraduate and one graduate) Two additional student representatives (Macdonald Campus and Continuing Education) have voice but no vote (Article One, Statutes)
Richard W. Pound (Chancellor) Heather Munroe-Blum (Principal) At-large: Robert Rabinovitch (Chair) Stuart (Kip) Cobbett (Vice-Chair) Roshi Chadha Gerald Sheff Jan Peeters Eric Maldoff Kathy Fazel Darren Entwistle Thierry Vandal Michael Meighen Lili de Grandpré TBA MAA: Ann Vroom Michael Richards Morna Flood Consedine Admin/Support Staff: Trevor Garland Allan Youster Academic/Senate Prof. David N. Harpp Prof. Gary Pekeles Prof. Kohur GowriSankaran Prof. Dan Guitton 2 students (one grad, one undergrad) Board Membership
Senate Composition (107) Ex Officio Members = 27 –The Chancellor –The Principal and Vice-Chancellor –The Chair of the Board of Governors –The Provost –The Deputy Provost –The vice-principals (4) –The deans of faculties (11) –The Dean of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies –The Dean of Students –The Dean of Continuing Education –The Director of Libraries –Board of Governor representatives (3) Elected Members (80) Faculty representatives (51) Arts (7) Agricultural & Env Sciences (3) Dentistry (1) Education (4) Engineering (4) Law ( 2) Medicine (9) Music (2) Management (2) Religious Studies (1) Science (7) Members at large (9) (allocated by Senate to various faculties) Librarian members (3) Non-unionized administrative and support staff members (6) SSMU, PGSS, MACES, MCSS and Faculty student members(20)
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Governance Matters Senate & Board 2007/08 –Revisions to the McGill University Policy on the Ethical Conduct of Research Involving Human Subjects –University Budget –Information presentations (Deans, VPs) –Revision of the Regulations Relating to the Employment of Librarian Staff –Principles governing Campus master plan –Administrative Response to the Report of the Principal’s Task Force on Student Life and Learning –Principal’s Five Year Plan Senate & Board 2008/09 –Can you sign? (Signing Authority) –Principal’s Five Year Plan –Conflict of Commitment Policy (Staff) –Strategic Enrolment Management –DAR Campaign Reports –Senate Review Report –Strategic planning! Strengths and Aspirations: a white paper call to action regarding McGill’s future Focus on Students: The Principal’s Task Force on Student Life and Learning Master Plan
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