Curriculum Vitae

David T. Barnard


President and Vice-Chancellor    
University of Manitoba            Tel:   204-474-9345
Winnipeg MB Canada  R3T 2N2            FAX:   204-261-1318              





University of Manitoba (2008– )
     President and Vice-Chancellor, Professor of Computer Science
iQmetrix (2005-08):
     COO and Chief Technology Officer (iQmetrix), partner
University of Regina (1996-2005):
     Computer Science: Adjunct Professor (2005- ), Professor (1996-2005)
     President and Vice-Chancellor (1998-2005)
     Vice-President (Administration) and Controller (1996-98)
Queen's University, Kingston (1977-96)
     Associate to the Vice-Principal (Resources) (1990-94)
     Associate to the Vice-Principal (Human Services) (1992-93)
     Associate to the Vice-Principal (Research) (1990)
     Head, Computing and Information Science Department (1987-90)
     Director, Computing and Communications Services (1982-87)
     Professor, Computing and Information Science Department (1977-96)
Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique (INRIA), France
     (French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control)
     Visiting Scientist (1994-95)
University of Toronto
     Visiting Scholar, Computer Systems Research Group (1981-82)


Greystone Capital Management (2007-  ), Board of Directors
     Governance Committee, Compliance Committee
     Institutional investment counseling firm, investing over $34 billion.
NetSecure Technologies (2007-  ), Board of Directors, Chair
     Security for personal electronic financial transactions.
Ground Effects Remedial Services (2008-  )
     Remediation of contaminated soil in situ.
St. Boniface General Hospital (2008-  ), Board of Directors
CentrePort Canada (2009-2018), Board of Directors
Superior Cabinets (2009-2011), Board of Directors, Human Resources Committee
CentreVenture (2010-2012), Board of Directors
Canadian Scholarship Trust (2009-2012), Governance and Human Resources Committee
Bank of Canada (2005-07), Board of Directors
     Lead Director; Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee, Chair; Executive
     Committee; Audit Committee, Chair; Pension Committee; Fellowship Nominating
     Committee, Chair
Saskatchewan Power Corporation (2000-03), Board of Directors (2000-03), Chair (2001-

Selected Other Activities

     Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, Board, Vice Chair and Finance
     Committee, Chair
Forum on Public Policy, Editorial Advisory Board
Canada West Foundation, Board of Directors
     Provincial Court Commission (Saskatchewan), Chair
     TRLabs, Research Advisory Board
     Communities of Tomorrow, Cluster Champions Group
     Saskatchewan Arts Board, Vice-chair; CEO Review Committee (Chair)
     Regina Regional Economic Development Authority, Board of Directors
     Superior Cabinets, advisor to the President
     Western Christian College, Capital Campaign Steering Committee
     University College of the North, Capital Campaign Cabinet
     DVA Navion, Senior Counsel (philanthropic consulting firm)
     Canadian Unity Council: Board of Governors and Saskatchewan President
     Minister’s Advisory Council on Information Technology (Saskatchewan), Chair
     Communities of Tomorrow, Board of Directors
     First Nations University of Canada, Board of Governors
     Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, Board of Directors
     Alberta Energy Research Institute, Energy Innovation Network Planning Group
     Education Marketing Advisory Board (EMAB), Federal Minister for International Trade
     Saskatchewan Business Advisory Council, Western Economic Diversification Canada
     2005 Jeux du Canada Games, Board of Directors
     Wascana Centre Authority, Board of Directors
     Petroleum Technology Research Centre, founding Board member
     Advisory Committee for On-line Learning, Council of Ministers of Education, Canada and
     Industry Canada
     Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, founding Board member
     CANARIE, Canada's advanced Internet development organization, Board of Directors
     Regina Airport Authority, advisor to CEO Succession Committee
     Remuneration Review Committee, Regina City Council
     MacKenzie Art Gallery, Board of Directors

Education and Professional Development

     LL.M., York University (2015)
     B.Sc. Computer Science, University of Toronto (1973)
     M.Sc. Computer Science, University of Toronto (1975)
     Ph.D. Computer Science, University of Toronto (1981)
     Dip.C.S. Theology, Regent College, University of British Columbia (1996)
     Regina Forum, monthly CEO group
     The Executive Committee, monthly CEO group (TEC)
     Institut français, University of Regina, French Immersion refresher
     Harvard University, Institutes for Higher Education: Leading Institutional Advancement
     Queen’s University, Industrial Relations Centre: Human Resource Management
     Queen's University, School of Business: Executive Program

Personal Interests

     Reading, fitness, art, music, church, travel.