Person to Person — June 2015

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

Professional Services Appointment

Blair Bowman has accepted the position of Carpenter in Facilities Management and Planning.

Aaron Chapman has accepted the position of Varsity Administrator in the Department of Athletics and Recreation.

Laura Connolly has accepted the position of Patient Service Co-ordinator in Health and Counselling Services.

Nuwan Gardi has accepted the position of Information Technology Officer in the Department of Recreation and Athletics.

Sarah Grela has accepted the position of Catalogue Maintenance Assistant in the MacOdrum Library.

Blake Henderson has accepted the term position of Systems Administrator, Research Computing in Computing and Communications Services

Adam Landry has accepted the position of Communications Officer in the Faculty of Engineering and Design.

Morgan Rooney has accepted the position of Educational Development Facilitator in the Educational Development Centre.

Lisa Saunders has accepted the position of Patient Service Co-ordinator in Health and Counselling Services.

Dovile Zitikyte has accepted the position of Graduate Administrator in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

 

On the Move

Melissa Doric has accepted a Career Career Development Assignment in the position of International Graduate Student Recruitment Officer in the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs.

Kristin Guth has been promoted to the position of Departmental Administrator in the Department of History.

Ruby Misra has accepted a Career Development Assignment in the position of Annual Giving Officer in the Department of University Advancement.

Melany Morrison has been promoted to the position of Planning Officer in the Registrar’s Office.

Chelsea Purcell has been promoted to the position of Student Support Advisor in the Student Academic Support Centre.

 

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