Bree accepts position as graduate studies secretary and registrar

John Shepherd, the dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research at Carleton University, recently announced the appointment of Joanne Bree to the position of graduate secretary and registrar in the Faculty. The appointment was effective March 3, 2008.

In this new senior staff position, Bree is responsible for all registrarial and awards matters in the faculty, and will work with other members of the dean’s office to ensure effective recruitment, and the best possible service to academic units and prospective and current students.

Bree has extensive experience in policy development and administration, with a strong Joanne Bree background in human resource and program management, financial management, and integrated service program delivery.
She has worked in various management positions for municipal and provincial governments, and is currently serving as the supervisor of financial aid in Carleton’s awards office.

Bree graduated from McMaster University with a bachelor of arts degree, and has successfully completed postgraduate certificates in management and business, and is in the process of completing a further certificate in public administration.

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