KBRS is pleased to have assisted the University of New Brunswick (UNB) in the appointment of Dr. Carol Nemeroff as dean of Renaissance College, effective July 1, 2020.
Read an excerpt from UNB’s official appointment announcement, published April 22, below.
Dr. Carol J. Nemeroff has been named dean of Renaissance College at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton.
Dr. Nemeroff is currently a professor of social and behavioral sciences at the University of Southern Maine (USM), as well as a co-founder and principal at the Maine Regulatory Training and Ethics Center (MeRTEC) at USM. She is a licensed psychologist in Arizona, former director of the Arizona State University Clinical Psychology Center and the Mind-Body Health Lab. She has served as chair of social and behavioral sciences at USM and as chair of the Institutional Review Boards for the protection of human subjects at Arizona State University and USM.
She holds a master of arts and doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor of arts from McGill University.
“We’re pleased to welcome Carol to our university community,” says Dr. George MacLean, vice-president academic at UNB Fredericton. “Her interdisciplinary work and professional experience, not to mention her infectious enthusiasm, will be a perfect complement at Renaissance College and UNB."
“As dean, l will build on the strong foundations of Renaissance College, cultivating connections with other faculties, departments and centres at UNB and expanding access to the College’s cutting-edge curriculum in interdisciplinary leadership and ethics,” says Dr. Nemeroff. “My vision is to also bring collaborative research and educational opportunities with MeRTEC and the Maine North Atlantic Institute.”
Dr. Nemeroff will also be a tenured professor at Renaissance College. Her renewable five-year term begins on July 1, 2020.