Memoranda

  • Provost’s report to the 708th meeting of Senate

    It is customary for the the Provost & Vice-President, Academic to provide a report to each meeting of Senate outlining plans, priorities, issues and other news. As these reports are already public through the University Secretariat Office, they will also be shared regularly through this memorandum page. Note that appendices to the report can be ... Continue reading

  • Appointment of Nicole Nolan as Interim University Librarian

    Nicole Nolan has been appointed as Brock’s Interim University Librarian, effective May 1. Nolan has served as Brock’s Associate University Librarian, Research since 2017. From July 1 to Oct. 31, 2022, she also took on the role of Acting University Librarian while an administrative leave was fulfilled. After seven years at the helm of Brock Library, University Librarian ... Continue reading

  • Input sought in reappointment process of the Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences

    The Advisory Committee on the Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences is inviting input from the Brock community as outlined in the Policy on the Appointment of Academic Administrators. Professor Ingrid Makus has held the role of Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences since July 1, 2018. Professor Makus is eligible for re-appointment for a second five-year term. As ... Continue reading

  • CLOSING MARCH 6: Input sought in the reappointment process of the Vice-Provost & Associate Vice-President, Academic

    The Advisory Committee on the Vice-Provost & Associate Vice-President, Academic is inviting input from the Brock community as outlined in the Policy on the Appointment of Academic Administrators. Professor Brian Power has held the role of Vice-Provost & Associate Vice-President, Academic since July 1, 2018. Professor Power is eligible for re-appointment for a second five-year term. As ... Continue reading

  • Provost’s report to the 705th meeting of Senate

    It is customary for the the Provost & Vice-President, Academic to provide a report to each meeting of Senate outlining plans, priorities, issues and other news. As these reports are already public through the University Secretariat Office, they will also be shared regularly through this memorandum page. Note that appendices to the report can be ... Continue reading

  • Provost’s report to the 707th meeting of Senate

    It is customary for the the Provost & Vice-President, Academic to provide a report to each meeting of Senate outlining plans, priorities, issues and other news. As these reports are already public through the University Secretariat Office, they will also be shared regularly through this memorandum page. Note that appendices to the report can be ... Continue reading

  • EXTENSION: Continuing to improve Brock’s medical notes process

    On February 9, 2022, Senate approved changes to the Faculty Handbook that remove the requirement for students to present medical notes in certain circumstances. These changes bring Brock in line with emerging best practice in the university sector, in addition to alleviating the burden on medical services both on campus and in the community. The process also ... Continue reading

  • Input sought in the reappointment process of the Vice-Provost & Associate Vice-President, Academic

    The Advisory Committee on the Vice-Provost & Associate Vice-President, Academic is inviting input from the Brock community as outlined in the Policy on the Appointment of Academic Administrators. Professor Brian Power has held the role of Vice-Provost & Associate Vice-President, Academic since July 1, 2018. Professor Power is eligible for re-appointment for a second five-year term. As ... Continue reading

  • Consultation: Continuing to improve Brock’s medical notes process

    On February 9, 2022, Senate approved changes to the Faculty Handbook that remove the requirement for students to present medical notes in certain circumstances. These changes bring Brock in line with emerging best practice in the university sector, in addition to alleviating the burden on medical services both on campus and in the community. The process also ... Continue reading

  • Review of the Respectful Work and Learning Environment

    Brock’s Respectful Work and Learning Environment Policy (RWLEP) outlines the University’s commitment to building and maintaining a diverse and inclusive community where students, staff, faculty members, and librarians can work and learn in an environment that respects the dignity and worth of members of the University community. The associated procedures outline details related ... Continue reading