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Canadian Association of University Teachers
Association canadienne des professeures et professeurs d'université

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Dominican University College

Dominican University College (DUC), first established in Ottawa, Ontario in 1900, by the Canadian Province of the Dominican Order, is one of the oldest university colleges in the nation’s capital whose roots lie at the very beginning of the development of universities in Europe. With its specialization in philosophy and theology, DUC is devoted to the search for truth in an environment which nourishes critical thinking, amicable dialogue and a unique educational experience. This historical institution is located on a campus minutes from downtown Ottawa and Parliament Hill with another near Mount Royal in Montreal. DUC’s Mission Statement is to cultivate the habits of academic and human excellence, and to strive to develop versatile and critical minds that propose creative solutions to today’s complex problems, within a rich and vibrant Dominican tradition offering a fully bilingual environment while engaging openly with various disciplines, backgrounds and faiths in order that students can actualize their potential and change the world.

Dominican University College also has a mutually beneficial affiliation with Carleton University permitting students to access academic programs of the highest quality in their academic areas on each campus.

The Nomination Committee of the Board is seeking candidates with integrity, sound experience in post-secondary education, a proven record of accomplishment, and highly‐developed leadership abilities. The President will work closely with the Board of Directors and, in consultation with them, will ensure the required adjustments and ongoing implementation of the strategic plan. (S)he will also Chair the Executive Committee and is responsible for promoting DUC to its many partners, the general public, and donors in collaboration with the DUC Foundation. Key attributes include understanding the social, political and financial issues of post-secondary education in Ontario and Quebec, and demonstrated leadership skills in supporting the quality of teaching and research at DUC, as well as maintaining a collegial atmosphere within the administration. The ideal candidate will hold a graduate degree or equivalent and have an excellent command of Canada's two official languages, both written and spoken.

To learn more about this exceptional leadership opportunity contact Rick Morgan at Morgan Leadership Search, in confidence, at 613‐566‐7035 or email your cv and letter of introduction to: