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Academic Administrative Officers

Get guidance from our academic administrative officers concerning your admission requirements, your enrolment and much more. You may come and meet with them during their walk-in hours or make an appointment by emailing us:

  • Emmanuela Blain and Hélène Ndiaye, specialist in the M.Ed in Leadership, Evaluation, Curriculum and Policy Studies (course and MRP option), M.Ed in Societies, Cultures and Languages (course and MRP option), M.Ed in Teaching and Learning (course and MRP option) and the Master of Arts in Education (MA) (excluding Counselling Psychology).
  • Carol Ann Kelly, specialist in the Graduate Diploma in Program Evaluation, the Graduate Diploma Health Professions Education, the M.Ed in Second Language Education (course and MRP option), the M.Ed in Health Professions Education (course and MRP option),  the Doctorate in Education and the Counselling Psychology programs.

    In order to continue to serve our student population, the Academic Secretariat, Graduate Studies office invites you to send us your requests only by email to

Dean, Vice-Deans and Program Directors

During the 2019-2020 academic year, the Deanship and Program Directors will welcome students without appointment during the following hours. We recommend that you call prior to making a trip to the Faculty to ensure that the person you wish to meet is available.

Dean Richard Barwell
(Room LMX 311, Phone ext. 4057)
First and third Wednesday of each month
1:00 to 4:00 pm

Vice-Dean, Academic Programs
Emmanuel Duplàa

(Room LMX 314, Phone ext. 4965)
Thursday, 10:00 am to noon

Vice-Dean & Faculty Secretary
Francis Bangou

(Room LMX 453, Phone ext. 2006)
Tuesday, 1:30 to 3:30 pm

Vice-Dean, Research
Christine Suurtamm

(Room LMX 386, Phone ext. 4892)
Thursday, 11:30 am to 1:00 pm

Director - Graduate Studies (Anglophone Sector)
Ruth Kane

(Room LMX 324)
Monday, 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Director - Graduate Studies (Francophone Sector)
Mariette Théberge

(Room LMX 325)

Tuesday, 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm

Advising Professor for Counselling Psychology: Nicola Gazzola

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