A token of appreciation

June 23, 2011
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Associate VP Academic Bill Krane (above) is one of fi ve Core Theme team leaders who were recognized with small gifts at the April deans’ planning retreat (see pp.2–3) for their leadership.

In addition to Krane, who leads the Institutional Strength theme team, the others include:

  • Teaching and Learning team leader, Sarah Dench, Director, University Curriculum and Institutional Liaison.
  • Research team leader, Wade Parkhouse, Dean, Graduate Studies.
  • Student Experience and Success team leader, Tim Rahilly, Associate Vice President, Students.
  • Community and Citizenship team leader, Joanne Curry, Executive Director, Surrey campus.
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