Appointment Notice

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Terry Murphy
Wayne Quilty, Director of Partnerships, Entrepreneurship and Community Engagement
Gary Tulk, Vice President of Industry & Community Engagement is pleased to welcome Wayne Quilty as the college’s new Director of Partnerships, Entrepreneurship and Community Engagement.
Wayne comes to the college with 35 years of experience in economic development in Newfoundland and Labrador. Having held leadership positions with federal, provincial, municipal and First Nations governments, Wayne has extensive expertise in mentoring entrepreneurs through start-up and business expansion processes, as well as the development of strategic partnerships between industry, applied research and funding partners.
Wayne also brings significant regional knowledge to the Industry and Community Engagement portfolio from his roles as Manager of Field Operations for the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) and previous experience as the college’s Industry Liaison Officer for the Office of Applied Research and Innovation and the Atlantic umbrella organization - Springboard Atlantic.
Wayne holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Memorial University and bilingual status from the Government of Canada.

Other Appointments

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Terry Murphy
Terry Murphy, Campus Director, Carbonear Campus
Brian Tobin, Associate Vice-President, Campus Operations, is pleased to announce that Dr. Terry Murphy has accepted the position of Campus Director for the Carbonear campus. Terry’s appointment to this role will commence after the current intersession.
Terry brings significant leadership experience to the role of Campus Director, having served as Instructional Coordinator in Carbonear for the past five years and Applied Arts representative on Academic Council. Terry has been an instructor in the CAS Transfer and Community Studies program at Carbonear campus since 1995, teaching both sociology and social sciences.
Terry is an active volunteer in the Conception Bay North region, having served on various boards and organizations dealing with victim services, supported employment for persons with disabilities as well as The Association for New Canadians. Terry has a M.A. in the Sociology of Higher Education and a Ph.D. specializing in mental health and addiction and is also a certified Master Instructor in Non-Violent Crisis Intervention with the Crisis Prevention Institute and a Master Instructor in Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training. In addition to his teaching and research, Terry has offered workshops and training related to the areas of mental health, addictions, conflict resolution and personal safety.