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New Faces

Listed below are the latest AESES hires at both universities, as reported to us by UM and UW. The lists include full-time, part-time, temporary and seasonal employees.

February 2021 – University of Manitoba / February 2021 – The University of Winnipeg


New Faces at UM (February 2021)
  • Simi Akintuyi – Dean’s Office, Arts
  • Krista Beck – Food & HNS
  • Kaitlin Bruce – Dental Diagnostics & Surgery
  • Brooke Bunn – National Centre for Truth & Reconciliation
  • Amanda Burton – Social Work
  • Abdoulaye Diarra – Immunology
  • Veronica Dueck – Indigenous Student Centre
  • Evan Forest – Pharmacy
  • Amaanat Gill – Centre for Global Public Health
  • Jailene Golondrina – Health Sciences
  • Ingrid Gomez – Surgical Education
  • Fernanda Gouvea Pereira – Soil Science
  • Gurman Grewal – Animal Science
  • Krista Hoeberg – Medical Education
  • Shimaa Ibrahim – Plant Science
  • Colin Ijebor – VP (Research & International)
  • Ramandeep Kaur – Richardson Centre for Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals
  • Ardelle Kipling – Nursing
  • Betty Ann Klassen – Dean’s Office, Education
  • Erika Klayh – Postgraduate Medical Education
  • Anjana Manohar – Pediatrics & Child Health
  • Michelle Marquez – SP Program – Medical Clinical Learning and Simulation Facility
  • Francine Martin – Medical Education
  • Melissa Mathew – Radiology
  • Leah Mikkelsen – Stu Clark Centre
  • Manisha Negi – Plant Science
  • Maia Ochonski – Microbiology
  • Lisa Oswald – Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources
  • Erin Rawluk – Partners Program – Architecture
  • Vasuki Shanmuganathan – National Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases’ (NCCID)
  • Brendon Taylor – Animal Science
  • Solomiya Vatsyk – Medical Rehabilitation
  • Kazutoshi Yoshino – VP (Research & International)
New Faces at UW (February 2021)
  • Shomi Ahmed – Physics
  • Joshua Basman Monterrubio – Modern Languages And Literatures
  • Bayasgalan Bayaraa – Assoc. VP, Research & Innovation
  • Valerie Chelangat – Rhetoric, Writing And Communications
  • James Coward – Centre for Academic Technologies
  • Sarah Delaronde – GSP-Masters in Development Practice
  • Bich Dong – Religion and Culture
  • Andrea Dsouza – Masters in Development Practice
  • Ripanjot Gill – Indigenous Studies
  • Ramona Hallett – Indigenous Affairs
  • Kristen Hardy – Women’s and Gender Studies
  • Jazmin Hysert – Campus Living
  • Harminder Kaur – Women’s and Gender Studies
  • Christine Leslie – Academic Advising
  • Amanda McLeod – Library
  • Tracilee McMinn – Women’s and Gender Studies
  • Samara Mondor – Student Services – Student Central
  • Faustine Muyenzi – Counselling
  • Mercy Odumeru – Criminal Justice
  • Jennifer Orme – Women’s and Gender Studies
  • Dagen Perrott – Urban and Inner City Studies
  • Cassidy Rempel – Rhetoric, Writing and Communications
  • Sukhpalvir Sidhu – Criminal Justice
  • Tran Song Anh – Faculty of Business and Economics
  • Jessie Taylor-Pirogov – Rhetoric, Writing and Communications
  • Hoang Phuong Anh Vu – Faculty of Business and Economics
  • Hoang Phuong Trinh Vu – Faculty of Business and Economics

Did you know

AESES is affiliated with the Confederation of Canadian Unions (CCU).

AESES' Charter Meeting was held in December of 1972.

We offer scholarships for AESES dependants at both universities.

Anyone can attend a Board meeting by calling the AESES Business Office prior to the meeting and confirming their attendance.

AESES requires new volunteers for various committees. Please contact the Business Office if you are an AESES member interested in joining one of our committees.

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