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Mrs Suzanne Lemieux is named Dean of the School of Health Sciences

16 June 2021
Collège Boréal is proud to announce the appointment of Suzanne Lemieux as Dean of the School of Health Sciences.

With a Master of Arts (sociology) and a Doctorate in Human Sciences, Suzanne Lemieux is a seasoned professor, manager and researcher in health and post-secondary education. Well known in Greater Sudbury for having worked at Public Health Sudbury & Districts, this is a homecoming at Boréal for Ms. Lemieux, who in 2000 became a senior researcher in the Applied Research department at Collège Boréal. This recently earned her a certificate of excellence in research and innovation. Associate Professor at the School of Social Work at Laurentian University and Assistant Professor at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine, she is the recipient of prestigious scholarships, including one from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council and one from the Baxter & Alma Ricard Foundation.

Firmly rooted in Northern Ontario and dedicated to community development, the pursuit of equity is also central in Suzanne Lemieux’s interests. Her passion and commitment make her a natural choice to assume the role of Dean of the School of Health Sciences at Collège Boréal. Her extensive knowledge and many experiences in the planning and the management of programs in the health science field will greatly enrich the program and the lives of her students and colleagues.

I welcome Suzanne Lemieux to the Boréal family. Her vast experience in public health and applied research will further strengthen our programs, as well as benefit our students. I can’t wait to start working with her on different projects, her sensitive approach and her ingenuity will be important assets for us.
I am very happy to join this great team and continue working for what I believe in: promoting access to health services to all. I am looking forward to further contribute to the development of our regions and hopefully inspire the new generation of health professionals.
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