L'atelier pré-conférence sera donné le 27 juin 2006.
Registraire, Grant MacEwan College
Titre de la présentation :
When I Grow Up, I Want to be a Registrar
|Description de la présentation :
ever heard anyone say, “When I Grow up, I want to be a Registrar?”
If not, why not?
Do you have concerns about succession planning in registrarial
affairs? What about the large number of retirements we have seen
and continue to anticipate—retirees who have been in our
business and carry valuable institutional, provincial and
national history in our field? Do you fret because you are
losing valuable employees to other areas in the institution or
to employers outside of the institution because opportunities
for professional growth in our field is limited? Are you unable
to meet the specific professional development needs of the
various generations of employees in your area of work? Do you
have individuals in various positions who would benefit from
“hard” skills in their area of expertise?
If so, then this session is for you! If you are interested in
contributing your knowledge or joining a working group to
develop curriculum for registrarial affairs professional
development in Canada, please join in.
Stefanie Ivan is Registrar at Grant MacEwan
College in Edmonton, Alberta. Her career in Student Services / Registrarial Affairs began at Red Deer College in 1992.
Stefanie is active in registrarial affairs at both the national
and local level. Since ARUCC 2004, Stefanie has worked with a
sub-committee of ARUCC on the E-Calendar project, leading
initiatives on the purpose of the calendar and user needs; this
committee's work will be shared at a presentation at ARUCC 2006.
In addition, Stefanie is Vice President of WARUCC.
Stefanie recently completed her Master of Science in Education
specializing in Enrolment Management and now looks forward to
having time for some pleasure reading.