Boudreau role realigned

Dr. Robert (Bob) Boudreau has been named the Vice-Provost and Associate Vice-President (Academic) in a realignment of duties and responsibilities.

The office of the Provost and Vice-President (Academic) has undergone a restructuring with the recent addition of the Associate Vice-President (Students), Dr. Judith Lapadat.

The realignment of the duties and responsibilities of Associate Vice-President (Academic) Bob Boudreau to those of Vice-Provost and Associate Vice-President (Academic) is another aspect of this shift.

Boudreau is a veteran Faculty of Management member with nearly 30 years of teaching and administrative experience at the U of L to his credit.

He has served as the Acting Dean of the School of Graduate Studies, the Assistant Vice-President (Academic), and Associate Vice-President (Academic).

His research experience is extensive, and focuses on finding out how burnout and stress affect various populations.

He has developed a widely used questionnaire that has successfully confirmed alarming levels of burnout in medical professionals, among other job sectors.

In his role, Boudreau continues to report to the Provost and Vice-President (Academic). Working with the senior management team, he is responsible for providing leadership in academic program development, implementation, maintenance, and monitoring; academic program and unit quality assurance review, reporting, and monitoring; institutional planning and administration in all aspects of the academic operations, and relationship building within the institution, with government ministries, and across to other academic institutions.