Faculty Members A to Z

​Faculty Membership Categories

Access alphabetical listings of graduate faculty holding memberships effective July 1, 2016:

See also: the SGS Calendar for lists of faculty members associated with each program.

 

Responsibilities

Graduate faculty hold membership in one of three categories based on their graduate privileges and responsibilities.

Full Members may:

  • act as the sole or major supervisor of a doctoral or master's thesis

  • serve as a member of a thesis committee

  • serve as chair or voting member of a final doctoral oral examination committee, where such examinations are required by SGS, and perform all associated duties

  • assume responsibility for the setting and marking of comprehensive (general) examinations

  • teach, set, and mark examinations for a graduate course and give such other graduate direction as may be required

Members Emeriti may perform all duties of a full member, that is:

  • act as the sole or major supervisor of a doctoral or master's thesis

  • serve as a member of a thesis committee

  • serve as chair or voting member of a final doctoral oral examination committee, where such examinations are required by SGS, and perform all associated duties

  • assume responsibility for the setting and marking of comprehensive (general) examinations

  • teach, set, and mark examinations for a graduate course and give such other graduate direction as may be required

but may only take on new supervision with the approval of their graduate chair or director.

Associate Members (without restrictions) may undertake the duties of a full member, that is:

  • act as the sole or major supervisor of a master's thesis

  • serve as a member of a thesis committee

  • serve as a voting member of a final doctoral oral examination committee, where such examinations are required by SGS, and perform all associated duties

  • assume responsibility for the setting and marking of comprehensive (general) examinations

  • teach, set, and mark examinations for a graduate course and give such other graduate direction as may be required

but shall not serve as a sole or major supervisor, whether formally or otherwise, of a doctoral student nor act as the chair of a final doctoral oral examination.