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Wilfrid Laurier University Laurier Brantford
October 20, 2016
Canadian Excellence

Part Time Faculty Resources

Part-Time Appointment Committee (PTAC) Members for  2015 / 2016

Dr. James LeClair - Chair
Associate Professor, Health Studies; Program Coordinator, Foundations
T: (519) 756-8228 x5752


Dr. Tim Gawley - Member
Associate Professor, Health Studies
T: (519) 756-8228 x5741       

Dr. Richelle Monaghan - Member
Assistant Professor, Health Studies
T: (519) 756-8228 x5547       

Dr. Kari Brozowski - Member
Associate Professor and Program Coordinator, Health Studies and Health Administration
T: (519) 756-8228 x5794        


Successful Applicants

We would like to thank you for your interest in teaching in the Health Studies Program.

CAS Member

Course Code   Course Name  Term
Philip Medeiros
HS 101 BR
Physical Determinants of Health
Fall 2016
Zipparah Stephenson
HS/HR 219 BR
Critical Disabilities Studies
 Fall 2016
Allan Fein
HS 314 BR
Health Promotion
Winter 2017
Sobia Iqbal
HS 300 BR
Infection & Immunity
Winter 2017
Sobia Iqbal
HS 304 BR
Nutrition & Metabolism
Winter 2017
Oleg Kodolov
HS 322 BR
Health Policy
Winter 2017
Karen Slonim
HS 207 BR
Introduction to Public Health
Winter 2017

Part-Time Faculty Listing 

For the current listing of all Faculty of Human and Social Sciences Part Time / CAS faculty, click here.

Course Offerings

For a complete listing of all Laurier Brantford job postings, click here.

Regular postings will be listed on the Faculty Positions web page for 15 calendar days.

If you have applied to the roster, you do not need to re-apply for positions when they are posted, unless there are additional courses that are not listed on your roster form that you would like to be considered for.


Collective Agreement between Wilfrid Laurier University and Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty Association for Part-Time Faculty (CAS) and Part-Time Librarians, please click here.

Part-Time Faculty Handbook, please click here.

CAS Roster Application Form please click here.

CAS Assessment Form which is used to assess candidates for CAS positions under Article 13.5.1 of the Collective Agreement, please click here.