Person to Person — January 2011

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

This page celebrates new appointments, promotions and transfers that took place during the month of January at Carleton. Congratulations to all.

Non-Academic Appointments

Tiffany Douglas has been appointed to the position of Registrar Assistant in the Registrar’s Office
Paula Trennel has been appointed to the position of Registrar Assistant in the Registrar’s Office.

Lynn Lamey has been appointed to the position of Receptionist in the Awards Office.

Phaedra Gryz has been appointed to the position of Career Counsellor in Career Service and Co-op Education.

Karin More has been appointed to the position of Administrative Assistant in the Office of Provost and Vice-President (Academic).

Tesia Bojorquez has been appointed to the Term position of Assistant Analsyt/Administrative Assistant in the Office of Institutional Research and Planning.

On the Move

Anna Reithman-Gladish has been promoted to the position of Graduate Administrator in the School of Computer Science.

Kerry Eamer has been promoted to the position of Director, Career Services and Co-operative Education.

Jennifer Elliott has been promoted to the position of Manager, Strategic Initiatives in the Office of the Associate Vice-President (Students and Enrolment).

Nancy Leslie has accepted the Career Development Assignment of Administrative Assistant in Equity Services.

Judith Srna has accepted the Career Development Assignment of Registrarial Specialist in the Registrar’s Office.

Laura Ravelo has accepted the Term assignment of International Projects Co-ordinator in Carleton International.

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