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(2013-2014 HR#18) Research Associates Advisory Committee – Renewed Call for Volunteers

HR #18, 2013 – 2014

Date:
January 27, 2014
To:
Research Associates and Senior Research Associates; CC: HR Divisional Offices
From:
Angela Hildyard, Vice-President, Human Resources & Equity
Re:
Research Associates Advisory Committee – Renewed Call for Volunteers

In September, 2013 I sent a memo to Research Associates and Senior Research Associates regarding proposed changes to the structure and terms of reference for the Advisory Committee, and to encourage you to volunteer to serve as a committee member.

Based on the response to that first call, we currently have an eight (8) member Committee. The Terms of Reference indicates that this Committee should have twelve (12) members, so we are looking for additional volunteers / nominees.

It is important to have staff on this Committee from different corners of the University. In order to fill in gaps in the current membership of the Committee, I am especially seeking nominees from the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, and science departments within the Faculty of Arts & Science or from UTM and UTSC. However, all Research Associates and Senior Research Associates are encouraged to volunteer or nominate a colleague.

Advisory Committee members serve for up to 3 years, with terms ending on June 30. There are 4 vacancies on the Committee.

If you are interested in volunteering to be a member of the Advisory Committee, or if you wish to nominate a colleague, please complete and submit the volunteer / nomination form to Meredith Sandles, Secretariat to the Staff Advisory Committees, by email at m.sandles@utoronto.ca no later than Friday, February 14, 2014.

The volunteer / nomination form is available here.

Membership will be selected by my office from among the Research Associates and Senior Research Associates who either volunteer or are nominated by a colleague based on the criteria which are set out in the Terms of Reference.

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