Dean Woodhouse stepping down

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The Dean of Engineering and Applied Science at Queen's will be stepping down after her second five year term in office as of June 30, 2017, the University announced on Sept. 27.

Kimberly Woodhouse was unavailable for comment, but a release in The Gazette stated she did not wish to be considered for her third possible term once her current tenure comes to an end.

New Provost Benoit-Antoine Bacon has encouraged all members of the community to provide input regarding the faculty of Engineering, and to suggest individuals to serve on the advisory board deciding who will be the next candidate to step in to the position.



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