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UTSC Vice Principal Research to Lead Research at U of Guelph

Professor Malcolm Campbell will take the position of Vice President, Research at U of Guelph on June 1, 2015. (Photo by Ken Jones)

The University of Toronto Scarborough is losing a strong advocate for research, and gaining a valued colleague at the University of Guelph.

Vice-Principal Research Professor Malcolm Campbell will take the position of Vice President, Research at U of Guelph on June 1, 2015.

“Guelph has made an inspired choice,” says Vice-President, U of T and Principal UTSC Bruce Kidd.  “Malcolm Campbell is visionary with respect to the contributions research can make to community engagement. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with Malcolm, and wish him well in this new position.” 

“Having been at U of T for more than 10 years, this was not an easy decision,” says Campbell, who came to the University from Oxford in 2004 and to UTSC in 2009.  “I am grateful to my colleagues for the opportunities I’ve enjoyed here, and for the collegiality of this community. My experience here has prepared me well for this new role.  I look forward to continuing to work together to advance Ontario’s and Canada’s research agenda.”  

This appointment is a homecoming for Campbell, who grew up in the Guelph area.  Campbell is a U of Guelph alum, as is his mother. Two of his children are also Guelph alumni, the third is currently a student there.




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