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The Departmental Chair is a the principal administrative officer of the Department. She or he is responsible for chairing Departmental meetings and carrying out its decisions in regard to academic policy and other matters. The Chair conveys departmental recommendations to the Dean of Arts, and represents the Department in other forums within the university. Serious academic problems or complaints should be referred to the Departmental Chair who will endeavour to resolve the difficulty or offer advice on how the matter can best be dealt with. The Departmental Chair is Dr. Darren Mulloy (Office: DAWB 4-135A extension 3593; e-mail address: email@example.com)
The Undergraduate Program Coordinator is a faculty member appointed to help students with course selection and program requirements. The Undergraduate Program Coordinator is Dr. Jeff Grischow (Office: DAWB 4-155; extension 3347; email address: firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Graduate Officer is a faculty member within the history department who is appointed to manage the graduate program. Senior students interested in graduate studies in History might find it useful to consult the graduate officer about programs and scholarships available. The graduate officer is Dr. Susan Neylan (office: DAWB 4-150); Phone: 884-0710 ext. 3595; email address: email@example.com
The History Department's adminstrative assistants are staff members who provide assistance to faculty and are ready to help students with arrangements about courses. Cindi Wieg, our Senior Administrative Assistant, assists the Departmental Chair and the Undergraduate and Graduate Program Coordinators. She is available to answer questions about the History program. Students should first contact Cindi Wieg, in the main history office (DAWB 4-135) or by telephone, (519) 884-0710 extension 3389 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.orgFor all other faculty contacts, please click here.
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Department of History,
Wilfrid Laurier University
75 University Ave West
Waterloo, ON, CANADA