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Company Overview of University of Regina
University of Regina is an educational institution.
3737 Wascana Parkway
Regina, SK S4S 0A2
Key Executives for University of Regina
President and Vice-chancellor
Executive-In-Residence and Business Professor
Director of the Centre for Management Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
University of Regina Key Developments
University of Regina Opens Institute for Environmental Change and Society
May 13 14
The University of Regina officially opened a new $13-million Institute of Environmental Change and Society (IECS) in the Research and Innovation Centre. The 6,500 square foot research centre will be home to Canada Research Chairs and allied scholars studying the interactions between human society and the environment, particularly with respect to water quality, availability, use and protection. IECS provides world-class infrastructure and research expertise to faculty, students and staff from regional, national and international agencies. The facility includes all equipment required to conduct cutting-edge research with an environmental focus, including diverse field equipment, superb analytical capabilities, advanced computation, and next-generation chemical analyses. IECS will also provide national leadership in the natural sciences. One of its first initiatives will be to host the Canadian Institute of Ecology and Evolution (CIEE). This is the first time that CIEE has been hosted in western Canada. CIEE is a consortium of 30 Canadian universities with the mission of expanding and accelerating scientific discovery on the natural environment and its contributions to the national well being. Construction of the new IECS commenced in 2010. The project was funded in partnership with the Canada Foundation for Innovation ($2.8 million), the Government of Saskatchewan ($5.4 million), the Canadian Knowledge Infrastructure Program (KIP) ($2 million), the Government of Canada ($2 million) private industry ($700,000) and other organizations.
University of Regina Announces Executive Appointments to the Board of Governors
Jan 28 13
The Government of Saskatchewan has appointed Pam Klein and Cathy Warner as order-in-council representatives to the University of Regina's Board of Governors for a three-year term. Klein is President of the Phoenix Group. Warner has been with Deloitte for 24 years and is responsible for Deloitte's practice in Regina. She has previously served as the director of audit and assurance services for Saskatchewan and is currently responsible for the firm's service levels to a number of key clients in the province, leading numerous initiatives.
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