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UBC is embarking on a search for a new Associate Vice-President, Enrolment Services and Registrar, following an announcement that Dr. Kate Ross will be retiring.
The Associate Vice-President, Enrolment Services and Registrar plays a key role at UBC, with responsibility for leading Enrolment Services, as well as providing secretariat support to the UBC Vancouver and UBC Okanagan Senates and the Council of Senates. The Associate Vice-President, Enrolment Services and Registrar also plays a leadership role within the Integrated Renewal Program, which focuses on the upgrade and modernization of UBC’s operations and student information systems.
I have convened a search committee under Board Policy AP11. Members include:
- Santa Ono, Chair
- Rehan Sediq, Provost and Vice-President, Academic pro tem, UBC Okanagan
- Julian Dierkes, Associate Professor, School of Public Policy and Global Affairs, UBC Vancouver
- Bhushan Gopaluni, Associate Dean, Education and Professional Development, Faculty of Applied Science, UBC Vancouver
- Robert Campbell, Associate Professor, Okanagan School of Education, UBC Okanagan
- Jennifer Chin, Associate Registrar & Director, Student Support & Advising, Enrolment Services, UBC Vancouver
- Leanne Isaak, Associate Director, Student Recruitment and Advising, UBC Okanagan
- Tommy Zhang, student, UBC Vancouver
- Saami Hafeez, student, UBC Okanagan
You can learn more about the role at https://president3.sites.olt.ubc.ca/final-advert-ubc-avp-es-and-registrar-april-2022-april-19/. Faculty, staff and students are invited to send comments related to the position profile to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 5, 2022.
As we embark on this search, please also join me in thanking Dr. Ross for her tremendous contributions to UBC over the last eight years.
Santa J. Ono
President and Vice-Chancellor
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