Person to Person — December 2012

This page celebrates new appointments, promotions and transfers that took place this month at Carleton. Congratulations to all.

Non-Academic Appointments

Jennifer Conley has been appointed to the position of Director, Faculty Development and Major Gifts in the Department of University Advancement.

Anne Coughlan has been appointed to the position of Officer, Research Contracts and Agreements in the Carleton University Research Office.

Heloise Emdon has been appointed to the position of Manager, International Programs in the Carleton International Office.

Louise Forget-Delph has been appointed to the position of Career and Internship Co-ordinator in the Sprott School of Business.

Michelle Groleau has been appointed to the position of Veterinarian and Director of Animal Care Services in the Office of the Vice-President (Research and International).

Mistalyn Seguin has been appointed to the position of Senior Development Officer, Faculty of Science in the Department of University Advancement.

Taylor Smith has been appointed to the position of Web Developer in the Office of the Associate Vice-President (Students and Enrolment) and University Registrar.

Jeremy Whalen has been appointed to the position of Electronic Media in the Undergraduate Recruitment Office.

On the Move

Sharon Johnston has been transferred to the position of Administrative Office in the Office of the Dean of Public Affairs.

Tabbatha Malouin has been transferred to the position of MA Program Administrator in the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs.

Craig Munro has been transferred to the position of Administrative Assistant/Receptionist in the Department of University Safety.

Laura Wilkin has been promoted to the position of Administrative Assistant in the School of Public Policy and Administration.

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