Person to Person — October 2013

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

Non-Academic Appointments

Jaime Garcia-Zamorano has accepted the position of Service Desk Analyst in Computing and Communication Services.

Aliesha Hosein has accepted the term position of Receptionist in the Office of the President.

David Legierski has accepted the term position of Associate Cataloguer (Music) in the MacOdrum Library.

Jessica Palladina has accepted the position of Graduate Studies and Department Administrative Assistant in the Department of Psychology.

Lindsay Salmon has accepted the position of Digital Print and Pre-Press Operator in Graphics Services.

Krista Sayeau has accepted the position of Dispatcher in University Safety.

Sandra Slater has accepted the term position of Administrative Assistant/Event Co-ordinator in the Office of the President.

On the Move

Ann Anderson has been transferred to the position of Undergraduate Program Administrator in the Department of Chemistry.

Mary Au has been transferred to the position of Project Officer in Scheduling and Examination Services.

Nancy Leslie has been promoted to the position of Exchange Agreement and Program Administrator in the International Student Services Office.

Caitlin MacGregor has been promoted to the position of Academic Advisor in the Student Academic Success Centre.

Kevin Mann has been promoted to the position of Director, Operations and Planning in University Services.

Andrew Pullin has been promoted to the position of Senior Software Designer in the School of Computer Science.

Xun Sun has been transferred to the position of Chemistry Laboratory Coordinator in the Department of Chemistry.

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