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CMS ELECTION 2015

June 8, 2015

Election Results

As a result of the 2015 election that was held on June 6, 2015 at the CMS Annual General Meeting, the following twelve (12) officers and directors have been elected to the CMS Board of Directors and Executive:

CMS Executive Committee:

  • President-Elect/President/Past-President: Michael Bennett (UBC);
  • Vice-President – Atlantic: David Pike (Memorial);
  • Vice-President – Quebec: Chantal David (Concordia);
  • Vice-President – Ontario: Rahim Moosa (Waterloo);
  • Vice-President – West: Raj Srinivasan (Saskatchewan); and
  • Vice-President – Pacific: Florin Diacu (Victoria).

CMS Board of Directors:

  • Director – Quebec: Lea Popovic (Concordia);
  • Director – West: Gerda de Vries (Alberta);
  • Director – West: Michael Doob (Manitoba);
  • Director – Pacific: Nils Bruin (SFU);
  • Director – Pacific: Brian Marcus (UBC); and
  • Director – Student: Svenja Huntemann (Dalhousie).

The CMS would like to thank all members who voted in the advance poll and at the AGM.

Johan Rudnick
Corporate Secretary

April 20, 2015

This year the CMS will be electing twelve (12) officers and directors and the Nominating Committee wishes to announce the list of candidates for the 2015 elections.

The following candidates have been nominated for the Board of Directors and as executives:

In addition, the following candidates have been nominated for the Board of Directors:

Quebec Region (1 opening)

West Region (2 openings)

Pacific Region (2 openings)

Student Director (1 opening)

For biographical information on each candidate, please click on the names above.

CMS will hold the 2015 election at the June Annual General Meeting (AGM). Members who are unable to attend the AGM will be able to vote electronically in an advance poll. Information and voting instructions will be communicated to all individual CMS members soon. In addition, all election information is posted on the CMS website at http://cms.math.ca/Elections/2015/.

A list of current Board members with their respective terms is presented at: https://cms.math.ca/Docs/commlist.html#board

Tom Salisbury
Chair, CMS Nominating Committee

February 9, 2015

This year the CMS will be electing twelve (12) officers and directors for the 2015 election.

You are invited to nominate members to be candidates and their nominations will be accepted by the Nominating Committee prior to April 4, 2015 provided that each person nominated: (i) is supported in writing by at least five (5) other members of the CMS; and (ii) has given written acceptance to stand for office and to supply biographical information.

Nominations together with supporting materials should be e-mailed to nominations-2015@cms.math.ca or sent to:

Nominating Committee Chair
Canadian Mathematical Society
209 - 1725 St. Laurent Blvd.
Ottawa, ON  K1G 3V4
Canada

Nominations are being solicited for the following positions (term length commencing July 1, 2015):

  • President-Elect (1-year term, then 2-year term as President, then 1-year term as Past-President);
  • Vice-President – Atlantic (NB, PE, NS, NL) for a 2-year term;
  • Vice-President – Quebec for a 2-year term;
  • Vice- President – Ontario for a 2-year term;
  • Vice-President – West (MB, SK, AB, NT, NU) for a 2-year term;
  • Vice-President – Pacific (BC, YK) for a 2-year term;
  • Quebec – 1 member to be elected for a 4-year term;
  • West (MB, SK, AB, NT, NU) – 2 members to be elected for a 4-year term;
  • Pacific (BC, YK) – 2 members to be elected for a 4-year term; and
  • Student – 1 member to be elected for a 2-year term.

For 2015, the CMS will hold the election at the June Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Updated information will be periodically e-mailed to members and posted on the CMS website at: https://cms.math.ca/Elections/2015/

If you are unable to attend the AGM, you can participate in the electronic advance poll.

Tom Salisbury
Chair, CMS Nominating Committee


See also: CMS Election 2013

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