Department Representatives

 

The concept around representatives is that these will be people who support the objectives of the CSA, and who will facilitate a two-way flow of information.  In addition to those in academia, we encourage applied sociologists working in the government, corporate and NGO sectors to assume this role to foster collaboration within the field.

Through the network of representatives, the Association is better able to disseminate news and information. Additionally, the network can help the Association gain quick feedback. CSA needs to know the level of consensus and strength of feelings of the community when it undertakes to represent the views of sociologists to government, the press and other such bodies.

If your department is not yet part of the network of representatives, and you would like to volunteer contact the CSA-SCS Executive Director.

 

List of Representatives / Liste des Représentants

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Institution or Organization

Name

Acadia University Stephen Henderson
University of Alberta Amy Kaler
Algoma University Michael Graydon
Athabasca University Ella Haley
Bishops University Mary Ellen Donnan
Brandon University Serena Petrella
Brescia University Ed Bell
University of British Columbia Yue Qian
Brock University Tamari Kitossa
University of Calgary Dean Curran
Carleton University Rania Tfaily
Concordia University Danielle Gaureau
Dalhousie University Jean-Sebastien Guy
Douglas College Marni Westerman
University of the Fraser Valley Martha Dow
Glendon College, York University Andrew Dawson
Grande Prairie Regional College René R. Gadacz-Gould
University of Guelph Vivian Shalla
King's University College, Western University Kristin Lozanski
Lakehead University Ryan McVeigh
Lambton College Anthony Iafrate
Laurentian University Parveen Nangia
Université Laval Daniel Mercure
University of Lethbridge William Ramp
MacEwan University Alissa Overend
University of Manitoba Lori Wilkinson
McGill University Eran Shor
McMaster University Tina Fetner
Memorial University Karen Stanbridge
Université de Moncton Leyla Sall
Université de Montréal Marianne Kempeneers
Mount Allison University Erin Steuter
Mount Royal University Caroline McDonald-Harker
Mount Saint Vincent University Alex Khasnabish
University of New Brunswick (Fredericton) Jacqueline Low
University of New Brunswick (St. John's) Joseph Galbo
Nippissing University David Zarifa
Okanagan University College Xiaoping Li
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE/University of Toronto) Njoki Wane
Ontario Tech University Hannah Scott
University of Ottawa Nathalie Mondain
University of Prince Edward Island Judy-Lynn Richards
Providence University College Dennis Hiebert
Université du Québec à Montréal Jean-François Côté
Queen's University Annette Burfoot
University of Regina Claire Polster
Ryerson University Stephen Muzzatti
University of Saskatchewan Terry Wotherspoon
Simon Fraser University Dany Lacombe
St. Francis Xavier University Patricia Cormack
St. Jerome's University, University of Waterloo Kieran Bonner
Saint Mary's University Randle Hart
St. Thomas University Matthew Hayes
St. Thomas More College, University of Saskatchewan Sarah Knudson
The King's University (Edmonton, AB) David Long
Thompson Rivers University To be determined
University of Toronto Melissa A. Milkie
Trent University Jim Cosgrave
University of Victoria Don Fetherston
University of Waterloo Vanessa Iafolla
Western University Tracey Adams
Wilfrid Laurier University Glenda Wall
University of Windsor Amy Fitzgerald
University of Winnipeg Ken Fish
York University Lesley Wood

 

Représentants Départementaux

Ces représentants soutiendront les objectifs de la SCS et faciliteront la circulation de l’information dans les deux sens.  En plus d’accueillir des personnes issues du milieu universitaire, nous encourageons les sociologues œuvrant dans le secteur gouvernemental, des entreprises et des ONG à assumer ce rôle afin de faciliter la collaboration dans le domaine.

Grâce au réseau de représentants, l’Association est plus en mesure de diffuser les nouvelles et l’information.  En outre, le réseau peut nous permettre d’obtenir rapidement une rétroaction. La SCS doit connaitre le niveau de consensus et l’état des sentiments de la communauté lorsqu’elle entreprend de représenter le point de vue des sociologues auprès du gouvernement, de la presse et d’autres organismes semblables.

Si votre département ne fait toujours pas partie du notre réseau de représentants, et que vous aimeriez faire du bénévolat contacter le SCS Executive Director.  

Liste des Représentants