Person to Person — November 2012

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

Non-Academic Appointments

Charlotte Bradley has been appointed to the position of Web Co-ordinator in the Department of Computing and Communication Services.

Amy Resmer has been appointed to the Term position of Timetabling Co-ordinator in Scheduling and Examination Services.

Michael Radcliffe has been appointed to the Term position of Campus Safety Office in the Department of University Safety.

Tina Preseau has been appointed to the position of Manager, Laboratory and Academic Program Safety.

Amy Quinn has been appointed to the position of Student Account Services Representative in the Business Office.

Lauren Potts has been appointed to the position of Marketing Co-ordinator in the Sprott School of Business.

Rose Crossett has been appointed to the Term position of Alumni Relations Officer – Events in the Department of University Advancement.

On the Move

Sarah MacCormack has accepted the Career Development Assignment of Admissions and Recruitment Officer in the Admissions Office.

Terrence Odin has been promoted to the position of Manager, Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) and Workforce Planning in the Department of Human Resources.

Steve Sweeney has been transferred to the position of Supervisor, IT Service Delivery and Quality in Computing and Communication Services

Melissa Graham has been promoted to the position of Senior Development Officer, Sprott School of Business in the Department of University Advancement.

Julie Caldwell has been promoted to the position of Administrative Officer in the Sprott School of Business.

Margaret Cusson has been promoted to the position of Manager, Office of Quality Assurance in the Office of Quality Assurance.

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