Vote for Your Rep on the Presidential Search Committee

 

Voting for the Management & Professional Staff representative on the UBC Presidential Search Committee 2015 opens today, Monday, October 19, 2015. The search committee will be comprised of 22 members, one of whom will represent M&P staff.  The process for electing committee members is managed by UBC.

This is the same system, username, and password that you are using for the AAPS Board of Directors election. Your user name is your UBC employee ID number and your password is your date of birth formatted as YYMMDD.

 

Andrea Han has been nominated by the AAPS Board to run for M&P Rep on the Presidential Search Committee

The AAPS Board has nominated AAPS First Vice President Andrea Han to be a candidate for the search committee. With Andrea’s extensive experience on the AAPS Board and her central and academic understanding of UBC through role as Associate Director, Curriculum & Course Services, Centre for Teaching, Learning & Technology, Andrea will make a valuable addition to the search committee.

While the AAPS Board has chosen to nominate a candidate, the Board supports all M&P candidates for the presidential search committee, as everyone is a member of AAPS. We are heartened to see the number of members who have put their names forward and the strong interest in University governance.

We urge AAPS members to familiarise themselves with the M&P candidates and to vote via WebVote, the University's online elections system from 19 to 23 October 2015. It is important that the interests and concerns of AAPS members are represented in this presidential search. 

About Andrea Han

  • PhD in Educational Administration
  • 20-year career working at educational institutions across North America
  • Associate Director, Curriculum & Course Services, Centre for Teaching, Learning & Technology
  • AAPS First VP / Professional Development Committee Chair / Bargaining Committee Member
  • Collaborative team player
  •  People-oriented leader
  •  Detail-driven analyst