Deputy Provost (Academic Planning and Programs)

Portfolio

The Deputy Provost (Academic Planning and Programs) oversees the processes by which new academic programs are introduced, current programs are modified or discontinued, and professional academic programs are assessed by accreditation agencies.  Because academic program changes often require the approval of Manitoba Education and Training, as well as the Senate and the Board of Governors, Deans and Directors should contact the Deputy Provost (Academic Planning and Programs) as soon as program modifications are under serious consideration

Biography

Dr. Todd Mondor previously held the position of Vice-Provost (Graduate Education) and Dean of Graduate Studies.  Prior to this appointment, he served as Associate Dean in the Faculty of Graduate Studies from 2014 to 2016, Head of Psychology from 2009 - 2014, and Associate Head (Graduate Programs) in Psychology from 2005 to 2009.  As a faculty member in Psychology he received a University of Manitoba Rh award in 2000 for outstanding contributions in research, and held research funding from a number of granting agencies including, principally, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council.

While serving as Dean of Graduate Studies, Dr. Mondor reorganized the faculty's committee structures, restructured the Associate Dean portfolios to support innovation and development, worked to create a sustainable financial plan for graduate student support, co-led a process to craft a new strategic enrolment plan and introduced several celebratory initiatives for support staff and students.  He held executive positons in the Western Canadian Deans of Graduate Studies group (including President and Vice-President), and has been an active participant on various University committees including, Deans and Directors Council, Strategic Enrolment Management Committee, Senate, Senate Executive, several Senate Committees and served on presidential advisory committees to appoint deans and directors.

 

Dr. Todd Mondor
Deputy Provost
(Academic Planning and Programs)