Membership

Division Investigating Officers Hearing Officers
Applied Science and Engineering Ms. Melanie Carrington Ms. Marisa Sterling
Architecture, Landscape and Design Ms. Andrea McGee Prof. Robert Levit
Dentistry Dr. Douglas Deporter Prof. Ernest W.N. Lam
Innis College Prof. Roger E. Riendeau
Kinesiology

Ms. Barbara Brophey


Mr. Steve Manchur

Prof. Marius Locke
Law Ms. Sara Faherty

Prof. Jim Phillips

Medicine
Music Prof. Robin Elliott Prof. Lorna Eleanor MacDonald
New College Dr. Ron G. Wilson Mr. Bruce Russell
Nursing Ms. Arleen Morrin Prof. Nadine Janes
Pharmacy

Prof. Vinita Arora

Mr. Marvin James

Prof. Lachmi Singh

Dr. Thomas E.R. Brown
School of Continuing Studies Ms. Amy Baier Mr. Cameron Clairmont
School of Graduate Studies Prof. Stephanie Nixon

Prof. Trudo Lemmens
Prof. Jim Phillips

Prof. Joshua Barker
St. Michael's College Mrs. Effie Slapnicar Prof. Brent Miles
Transitional Year Program Ms. Maru Rodriguez
Trinity College Prof. Michael Kessler Dr. Jonathan Steels
University College Prof. Andrea Williams Prof. Emily Gilbert
UTM

Ms. Tamara Breukelman


Prof. Marc Laflamme

Ms. Felicity Morgan (Investigating Officer

& Hearing Officer)

UTSC Prof. Andrew McDougall

Prof. Paul Kingston
Mr. Brent Duguid
Victoria University Ms. Kelley Castle Prof. Paul W. Gooch
Woodsworth College

Mr. Curtis Norman

Dr. W. Brock MacDonald
Dual Appointments Investigating Officers Only Hearing Officers Only
Ms. Alexis Archbold Mr. Rob Centa Ms. Erin Dann
Mr. Vikram Sainadh Chadalawada Prof. Paul Kingston Mr. Dean Embry
Mr. Corey Dales Ms. Vanessa Laufer Mr. Nader R. Hasan
Ms. Eleonora Dimitrova Mr. Steven Masse
Ms. Sara Faherty Ms. Melinda Scott
Mr. Sinisa Markovic Ms. Sarah Witol
Ms. Andrea McGee
Ms. Cheryl Milne
Prof. Jim Philips
Prof. Keren D. Rice
Ms. Caroline Ziegler

For more information on how Investigating Officers and Hearing Officers are appointed, please see Section C.2.(a)-(c) of the Code of Student Conduct.


The language below relating to paragraphs (a), (b), and (c), do not apply to offences of Sexual Violence or Sexual Harassment under Section B.1.(a). See the Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment, Section 73.

(a) An Investigating Officer shall be appointed for a term of up to three years by the principal, dean or director (hereinafter called "head") of each faculty, college or school in which students are registered (hereinafter called "division"), after consultation with the elected student leader or leaders of the division, to investigate complaints made against student members of that division. Investigating Officers shall hold office until their successors are appointed and may be re-appointed.

(b) A Hearing Officer shall be appointed for a term of up to three years by the council of each division to decide on complaints under this Code made against student members of that division. Hearing Officers shall hold office until their successors are appointed and may be re-appointed.

(c) If the Investigating Officer is unable to conduct an investigation, or the Hearing Officer is unable to conduct a hearing, or where the head of the division believes on reasonable grounds that the appointed officer is inappropriate to conduct the particular investigation or chair a particular hearing, then the head of the division shall seek an appointment from the central pool for that particular case from the Director, Office of Appeals, Discipline and Faculty Grievances.

(d) If the head of the division, or the Vice-Provost, Students for cases involving offences under Section B.1.(a), intends to request either suspension from registration or expulsion from the University as a sanction in a particular case, or if the case appears to the head of the division, or the Vice-Provost, Students for cases involving offences under Section B.1.(a), to require a Hearing Officer with legal qualifications, then the Senior Chair of the University Tribunal may, on the application of the head of the division, or the Vice-Provost, Students for cases involving offences under Section B.1.(a), appoint a legally qualified person as Hearing Officer for the particular case.