Vice-Provost (Graduate Education) & Dean, Faculty of Graduate Studies


The Vice-Provost (Graduate Education) oversees graduate education and is responsible for leading the Faculty of Graduate Studies.  He works with the Vice-Provost (Students) to provide an exceptional educational experience for graduate students and co-chairs the University’s Strategic Enrolment Management Planning initiative with her.  In consultation with the Vice-Provost (Integrated Planning and Academic Programs) he oversees the review of the University’s graduate programs and guides the introduction of new graduate programs and modification of existing programs.  He is either a member or ex officio to approximately half of the 21 subcommittees of senate. 


Dr. Mondor is a Professor in the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Arts.  Since 2014, he has served as Associate Dean in the Faculty of Graduate Studies.  Prior to this, he held the positions of Department Head (2009 to 2014) and Associate Head, Graduate Program (2005 to 2009) of the Department of Psychology.  While holding these administrative positions, Dr. Mondor has been an active participant on many committees including Senate, Faculty of Graduate Studies' Academic Guidelines, Academic Program and Executive Committees, and departmental promotion, tenure and hiring committees in psychology.

Dr. Mondor received his PhD in cognitive/perception in 1992 from the University of Waterloo.  Prior to joining the University of Manitoba in 1999, he was a tenured Associate Professor at Mount Allison University.  His research has been funded by several local and national funding agencies, including NSERC and the Heart and Stroke Foundation, and he maintains a strong commitment to teaching and learning through undergraduate and graduate teaching and supervision.



Dr. Todd Mondor
Vice-Provost (Graduate Education) & Dean, Faculty of Graduate Studies