CPAC 3.0

The College Planning Advisory Committee (CPAC) is an ad-hoc committee advisory to the Dean, comprised 10-15 people, and includes the Dean as Chair, and the Director of Planning and Communications as the lead strategic planner. CPAC’s membership is diverse, with a wide range of experience and leadership styles.

Formed in Term 2 of 2017-18 in a response to a call for members.

  • Peta Bonham-Smith
    Dean, College of Arts and Science
    Faculty Member, Department of Biology

  • Joseph Garcea
    Faculty Member, Political Studies

  • Valerie J. Korinek
    Vice-Dean Faculty Relations
    Faculty Member, History

  • Sarah Nickel
    Faculty Member, Indigenous Studies

  • Darrin Oehlerking
    Faculty Member, Music

  • Blair Pisio
    Manager, Undergraduate Student Services

  • Ian Stavness
    Faculty Member, Computer Science

  • Andrea Wasylow
    Director, Planning and Communications

Formed in December 2018, as a response to call from the Dean the previous month, after the October approval of the plan.

  • Jon Bath
    Faculty Member in Art and Art History

  • Peta Bonham-Smith
    Dean, College of Arts and Science

  • Hugo Cota Sanchez
    Faculty Member, Biology

  • Joseph Garcea
    Faculty Member, Political Studies

  • Daryl Janzen
    Staff, Physics and Engineering Physics

  • Joanne Leow
    Faculty Member, English

  • Steven Rayan
    Faculty Member, Math and Statistics

  • Kara Somerville
    Faculty Member, Sociology

  • Andrea Wasylow
    Director, Planning and Communications

  • LaVina Watts
    Study Abroad Coordinator

  • Winona Wheeler
    Faculty Member, Indigenous 

CPAC 3.0 was formed in August 2020, with a combination of new and returning faculty, staff, and student members.

In guiding the college to implement its plan to 2025, the key activities of CPAC 3.0 are to identify consultation strategies; set out a communications plan for the pre- and post-release periods of the college plan; consider resourcing of the plan; and begin to advise on monitoring and adjusting the plan as part of its implementation. Key questions for CPAC 3.0 will include how we will work toward our four college-specific goals and the five key ways that Arts and Science will align to the University Plan, the University the World Needs: nīkānītān manācihitowinihk |ni manachīhitoonaan “Let us lead with respect.”

CPAC will meet monthly from September 2020-April 2021.

As we have done in former planning periods, we will look at the significant progress we have made, and we will purposefully establish our shared goals, and strategically invest in the activities that will get us to where we want to be.

Members

PBonham-Smith

Peta Bonham-Smith

Dean of College of Arts and Science
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Kalowatie Deonandan

Kalowatie Deonandan

Faculty Member in Political Studies
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Phalak Dhillon

Palak Dhillon

President of the Arts & Science Students'​ Union
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MEramian

Marc Eramian

Faculty Member in Computer Science
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B Hoy

Benjamin Hoy

Faculty Member in History
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D Janzen

Daryl Janzen

PHYSICS & ENGINEERING PHYSICS STAFF
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JLang

Jennifer Lang

Faculty Member in Music
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J Leow

Joanne Leow

FACULTY MEMBER IN ENGLISH
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JMorrison

Josh Morrison

Faculty Member in English and Women's and Gender Studies
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Mery Mendoza

GSA Representative

 

S Rayan

Steven Rayan

FACULTY MEMBER IN MATH & STATISTICS
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KSomerville

Kara Somerville

Faculty Member in Sociology
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A Wasylow

Andrea Wasylow

DIRECTOR OF PLANNING AND COMMUNICATIONS
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L Watts

LaVina Watts

STUDY ABROAD COORDINATOR
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