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Dr. Mady appointed associate dean


Dr. Callie Mady has been appointed associate dean of the Schulich School of Education at Nipissing University.

“Dr. Mady is an accomplished educator and researcher who brings a wealth of experience and energy to the associate dean’s office,” said Dr. Carole Richardson, dean of the Schulich School of Education.  “Her leadership, intellect and dedication to education ensure that she will be an asset to Nipissing University, our students, faculty, staff members and community.”

"The Schulich School of Education is a recognized leader in education and I am very humbled and excited to begin this new chapter in my Nipissing University career as we continue to foster a community environment that strives for excellence," said Dr. Mady.  “I’d like to thank my predecessor, Dr. Barb Olmsted, for the work she accomplished during her tenure as associate dean and I look forward to building on the strong foundation that exists at Nipissing.”

Dr. Mady is also a full professor at Nipissing, a title she has held since 2015.  She began her career in Nipissing’s Schulich School of Education in 2008.  She has worked previously at the University of Toronto’s Ontario Institute of Studies in Education, Western University, Brock University, and Daeman College in New York.  Dr. Mady also worked from 1988 – 2008 as a teacher in the Peel and Halton District School Boards. 

An expert in teaching languages, Dr. Mady has published extensively in academic books, journals and reports.  She has earned numerous grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the Ontario Ministry of Education, the Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers, Canadian Parents for French, and the Society for Educational Visits and Exchanges in Canada. 

In 2015, Dr. Mady was awarded the Robert Roy Award from Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers.  She earned the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Research from Nipissing University and the Nipissing University Research Award in 2012.  In 2005, she received the J.W. Ansley Memorial Award for Research.  And, in 2004, she received the H.H. Stern Award.

The appointment is for a three-year term beginning immediately.
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