The University of Lethbridge at 40: What are they planning? Where are the challenges?
SACPA Thursday, April 5, 2007
The University of Lethbridge at 40: Interesting past, relevant present, exciting future!
Join University of Lethbridge President Bill Cade for a look forward at the next few years in the life of the University of Lethbridge and its place inthe community, province and country.
What are they planning?
Where are the challenges?
Speaker: Dr. William H. (Bill) Cade was appointed to the position of President and Vice-Chancellor in July, 2000. By profession he is a zoologist/entomologist who holds multiple degrees (B.A., M.A. and Ph.D.) from the University of Texas at Austin and dual Canadian / American citizenship.
Over his 30-year career span to date, Dr. Cade as amassed a significant volume of teaching and administrative duties with numerous research projects and student supervision, including mentoring a number of students ranging from those at a high-school level to students engaged in post-doctoral research.
He came to the University of Lethbridge from Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario, where he was a long-serving faculty member, the former Dean of Mathematics and Science and Acting Vice-President Academic.
Moderator: Shirley DeBow
Location: Sven Ericksen¹s Family Restaurant (lower level) 1715 Mayor Magrath Drive S., Lethbridge, Alberta
Time: Noon to 1:30 p.m. / Cost: $8.00 includes lunch
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