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Hauff, Donna von, 1952-

  • MEUA
  • Persona
  • 1952-

Born in 1952, Donna attended Senior University Management and Risk Management at the University of Manitoba from 1997 – 2002, and Executive Management Courses at the Banff School of Management from 1996 – 2004. As a freelance journalist and editor, she contributed to the following works: Everyone’s Grandfather: the Life and Times of Grant MacEwan (author, 1994), Buffalo - Sacred & Sacrificed (editor, 1995), and The Story of the Peaceful Valley Project (editor, 1996). She also served as Vice President at Concordia University in Edmonton, Alberta from 1997 – 2005.

Finance

  • MEUA
  • Entidad colectiva
  • 1971-

Office of Human Rights, Diversity and Equity

  • MEUA
  • Entidad colectiva
  • 2018-

The office is the outcome of an idea from 2016, when Michelle Plouffe, MacEwan’s general counsel and vice-president, governance, realized the university was missing a resource for students facing discrimination. Michelle spent over a year researching what human rights departments look like at other Canadian universities, while also hosting workshops for staff, faculty and students, finding budget dollars, and finally, interviewing for the director’s position. In February 2018, Irfan Chaudhry became the first director.

Directors: Irfan Chaudhry (2018-present)

Office of the University Registrar

  • MEUA
  • Entidad colectiva
  • 1971-

Admissions Officer, Student Services Department, Alan E. Clarke commencing April 1, 1971 (BOG minutes: June 9, 1971)
"The Student Affairs Department, which includes Student Counselling and the Admissions Office, is located in downtown Edmonton in the former Workmans' Compensation Board building at 10046-101A Avenue." (Historical note, 1972-1973 Calendar, p. 4)
1975-1976 org chart: President > Dean of Administrative Affairs > Registrar
1976-1977 org chart: President > Academic Affairs > Academic Services > Registrar

MacEwan Staff Association

  • MEUA
  • Entidad colectiva
  • 1983-

The Non-Academic Staff Association (NASA) was officially recognized on January 20, 1983 by the Board of Governors. The purpose of the association was to represent the interests of support and supervisory staff. The first executive committee consisted of Barry White, President, Len Rust, Vice-President, Ilene Nessel, Treasurer, Madelaine Boston, Secretary, Barb Bech, Director, Peter Jenkins, Director, Sharon Schnell, Director, and Joy Shaw, Director. On June 13, 2001 the name changed to the MacEwan Staff Association, and on July 10, 2006 they became a union with their certification as a bargaining agent granted by the Alberta Labour Relations Board.

Presidents:
Donna-Mae Winquist, 2002-

Fitt, Michael S., 1947-2019

  • MEUA
  • Persona
  • 1947-2019

Mike was born in the borough of Harrow, London, England on April 8, 1947 to Sidney and Edna Fitt. He spent his teenage years developing a passion for jazz at the 100 Club, and the Ken Colyer Jazz Club in London. In 1971, Mike and Canadian wife Liz Macfarlane moved to Canada, living in Jasper, Vancouver, and Edmonton, where Mike managed a family business, worked as a bank clerk at CIBC, and in sales and purchasing at HMV, Virgin Megastore, and A & B Sound (Edmonton). A keen collector, he amassed a significant collection of phonographs from the 1920’s through 1990’s, with a focus on British Trad-revival and Duke Ellington. He also wrote detailed discographical notes and assisted with research on the 24-volume The Jazz Discography by Tom Lord. He returned to the United Kingdom permanently in 2015 due to poor health. He died in August, 2019.

Office of Communications and Marketing

  • MEUA
  • Entidad colectiva
  • [1975?-]

The Office of Communications and Marketing is responsible for planning and executing corporate marketing and communications initiatives for internal and external audiences, including publications, advertising campaigns, promotional materials, brand management, and events such as Open House. It is responsible for the production and distribution of major university publications, including: full-time calendar, MacEwan programs, continuing education guide, online/distance learning guide, registration guide, annual report, and the Report to the community. The department has changed its name a number of times since inception: Strategic Communications and Corporate Marketing: 2009-?; Communications and External Relations Department: 2004-2008; Marketing and Communications: 1998-2003; Community Relations Department: 1984-1997; Information Office: [1975?]-1983.

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