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UBC Reports | Vol. 48 | No. 2 | Jan. 24, 2002

Honour Roll

Kersti Krug has been appointed assistant dean, Strategic Planning and Communications, in the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

Krug joins the faculty following many years of management experience with organizations including the National Gallery of Canada, the Auditor General of Canada, and Simon Fraser University.

Most recently at UBC, she held joint appointments as director of studies for an interdisciplinary graduate program in critical curatorial studies in Faculty of Arts and as manager of research and evaluation at the Museum of Anthropology.

In her new position as assistant dean, Krug will contribute to a number of projects including an external review of the Fauculty of Graduate Studies and an overhaul of its Web site.

Commerce Prof. Michael Goldberg has been appointed associate vice-president, International.

As associate vice-president, Goldberg will work towards the achieving the goals outlined for the Internationalization pillar of Trek 2000, UBC's vision document.

Goldberg's research interests are broad and include international financial and investment issues, the economics of the Canadian constitutional debate, comparisons of Canadian and US cities, urban housing, transportation and land issues, and cities in the global economy and their strategies for competing.

Goldberg is the H.R. Fullerton Professor of Urban Land Policy. He joined UBC in 1968 and served as dean of the Faculty of Commerce from 1991-97.


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