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The University of 鶹ý

President's Welcome

Welcome from President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Todd Mondor

I am both excited and humbled to return to my alma mater as its next President and Vice-Chancellor. 

The University of 鶹ý is known for its long-standing commitments to prioritizing student-success, offering outstanding academic and research programs, supporting Indigenous achievement, embracing inclusivity, and fostering meaningful connections to the community, and it is a privilege to be in a position to help build upon and strengthen these commitments.

I am looking forward to getting to know the students, faculty, and staff, as well as friends and supporters, who all play a role in making U鶹ý the welcoming and supportive institution that it is, and who have persevered and succeeded, both collectively and individually, through the tremendous disruption caused by the pandemic. 

It is important to me that all members of the U鶹ý community feel supported and respected, and know that their contributions matter and their voices are heard.  So, please don't hesitate to share your thoughts and hopes. 

In working together, we will ensure both that U鶹ý continues to excel in all the ways that make it such a special place, and that it moves forward to an even brighter future.

Dr. Todd Mondor
President and Vice-Chancellor
The University of 鶹ý

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鶹ý Dr. Todd Mondor

Dr. Todd Mondor is The University of 鶹ý's tenth president and vice-chancellor. His term runs from April 1, 2022 through June 30, 2027. 

A proud graduate of U鶹ý, Dr. Mondor graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in psychology in 1987, and went on to attain both a master’s degree and doctorate in cognitive psychology from the University of Waterloo. Prior to joining Mount Allison University as a professor in its Psychology department, he completed an NSERC post-doctoral fellowship at McGill University and the Montreal Neurological Institute.

Dr. Mondor returned to 鶹ý in 1999, joining the Psychology department at the University of Manitoba where he taught courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, supervised numerous student research projects and theses, and maintained a productive, award-winning research program in auditory perception and cognition which was funded by NSERC for over 20 years.  He also held a number of academic leadership positions including Deputy Provost, Vice-Provost and Dean of Graduate Studies, and Head of the department of Psychology, and served the local 鶹ý community in a number of volunteer roles, including on the Board of Directors of Rossbrook House for many years. 

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