Governance

Mission Statement

Situated on the Laurentian University campus, Thorneloe University is an interdisciplinary centre of teaching, learning and research in the humanities, the arts and theology. A founding member of the Laurentian University federation and affiliated with the Anglican Church of Canada, Thorneloe provides an accessible education fostering critical inquiry in a student-focused environment.

Board of Governors

Chancellor: The Ven. Anne Germond
President: The Revd Canon Dr John Gibaut
Chair: Nicole Charette
Vice-Chair/Treasurer: Chris Laking

  • Dr. Linda Ambrose
  • Paul Baskcomb
  • Jim Boland
  • The Rt. Rev. Dr. (Hon.) Tom Corston
  • Ric de Meulles
  • Kristina Donato
  • Bernie Freelandt
  • Tammy Frick
  • Brian Koivu
  • Chris Laking
  • Dan Lessard
  • The Rev. Glen Miller
  • Steve Moutsatsos
  • Doug Nadorozny
  • Debbi Nicholson
  • Bryan Searle
Non-voting members
  • Dr. Jason Lepojärvi (Faculty Representative)
  • Alexandre Findlay (Student Representative)
  • Chad Teller (Dean of Residence)
  • Guy Labine (Laurentian Board Nominee)
  • Brian Montgomery (Laurentian Board Nominee)
  • Peter Xavier (Laurentian Board Nominee)
  • Brent Leigh (Diocese of Algoma Representative)

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