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UBC Reports | Vol. 47 | No. 18 | Nov. 15, 2001

Honour Roll

Janet Teasdale is the new director, Student Development in Student Development and Services (formerly Student Services).

Teasdale will be responsible for the overall development and management of student development programs including orientation programs, peer programs, and student success. Student Development will also establish student development officers in faculties and other units.

Teasdale was formerly first-year coordinator, Office of the Vice-President, Students.

Psychology Prof. Ken Craig has received the American Pain Society 2002 Jeffrey Lawson Award for Advocacy in Children's Pain Relief.

The award recognizes advocacy efforts to improve management of pain in children.

Craig was honoured for his work in developing widely used measures for assessing and understanding pain in babies and young children experiencing pain from injuries, disease, and medical procedures.

Deborah Robinson is the new associate registrar, Student Recruitment, Admissions and Awards in Enrollment Services.

Her responsibilities include providing leadership and direction in the areas of undergraduate student recruitment, admissions and awards. She will also work with faculties to coordinate enrolment planning to achieve the university's admission goals.

Robinson was previously assistant dean, Strategic and Academic Planning, in the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

Pharmaceutical Sciences Prof. Sid Katz has been named executive director, Community Affairs.

The objectives of the new position are to strengthen the integration of UBC more visibly into the community by creating substantive programs and building meaningful relationships that make academia and university research more approachable and accessible to the university community, government, media and the community at large.

The position has been jointly created by the vice-president, Research, and the vice-president, External and Legal Affairs.


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