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College hires record number of new faculty

Posted on 2016-06-30 in Students & Campus Life

Ashleigh Androsoff, assistant professor in the Department of History, is among the faculty members joining the College of Arts & Science this year. Her research focuses on ethnic diversity in Western Canada.

Experts in Indigenous law, radiopharmaceuticals and the behaviour underlying economic relationships are among the researchers joining the College of Arts & Science this year as it appoints a record number of tenure-track faculty.

Since July 1, 2015, the college has hired 19 new tenure-track faculty. Searches are underway for eight additional hires.

The names and departments of the first group of faculty appointments are listed below. Most of these individuals will join the college on July 1, 2016.

Tenure-track appointments since July 1, 2015



Chris Phenix


Matthew Neufeld


Eric William Price


Ashleigh Androsoff


Emily Snyder

Indigenous Studies

Laura Wright


Jennifer Lang


Nicolas Brunet

Geography & Planning

Michelle M. Gagnon


Julie Kaye


Dwayne Moore


Matthew Mitchell

Political Studies

Joanne Leow


Terence Clark

Archaeology & Anthropology

Guidon Fenig


Steven Rayan

Mathematics & Statistics

Jenna Rajchgot

Mathematics & Statistics

Cameron Franc

Mathematics & Statistics

Damien Lee

Indigenous Studies


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