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About the Steering Committee

The Centre on Aging and Health Steering Committee consists of no less than nine members and no more than eleven.

The responsibilities of the Steering Committee include:

  • general oversight of the work and operations of the Centre;
  • recommending policies for the ongoing action and administration of the Centre;
  • ensuring the Centre’s continuing development, independence, integrity and adherence to its founding principles;
  • fostering of graduate studies programs.

The minimum allocation of the membership will be:

  • the Vice President (Research and International) (ex-officio)
  • the Director of the Centre (ex-officio)
  • two members of outside institutions or organizations working in cooperation with the centre (e.g., Saskatchewan Association on Gerontology)
  • the Director of the Office of Research Services (ex officio)
  • the Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research (ex officio)
  • one elected graduate student who is also a Trainee Member of the Centre
  • one elected researcher who is also a member of the Centre
  • one elected Associate Member or Professional Associate of the Centre.

Up to two additional members could be appointed.