Erika KustraErika Kustra today begins a five-year appointment as associate vice-president, academic.

Provost announces appointment of associate VP academic

Erika Kustra has accepted a five-year appointment as associate vice-president, academic, commencing March 11, provost Robert Aguirre announced Friday.

Dr. Kustra has served the University as director of the Centre for Teaching and Learning, an associate professor in the Department of Psychology, an adjunct professor in the Faculty of Education, and most recently as acting associate vice-president, academic, a role she took up in July 2023.

Dr. Aguirre noted she has 25 years of experience as an educational developer, is nationally recognized for her curriculum and educational development work, is a mentor for new faculty, and actively supervises undergraduate and doctoral-level research.

“I am grateful to the members of the search committee for their excellent work over the past few months, as well as to the campus community for its feedback and support of the process,” he said. “Please join me in congratulating Erika on her new role.”
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