Canadian Regional Consortium

 

Mission and Goals

The Canadian Regional Consortium of the International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI Canada) serves as an education and best practice resource for Canadian universities and colleges working to create cultures of integrity.

ICAI Canada’s goals are:

  • Develop and offer education and professional development opportunities to local practitioners
  • Support practitioner day-to-day efforts at their own institutions
  • Disseminate best practices from the international and national to the region
  • Provide academic integrity resources, including links to the International Center for Academic Integrity
  • Introduce regional universities and colleges to the work and benefits of ICAI

Membership Institutions

Humber College

Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning is a polytechnic college that offers over 150 programs across 40 fields. Established in 1967, Humber College is home to over 27,000 full time students.

Contacts:
Jennie Miron

Website

MacEwan University

Edmonton, Alberta

Named after former Lieutenant Governor of Alberta, Grant MacEwan, MacEwan University was founded in 1971 as a community college and began offering four year bachelor’s degrees in 2004.

Contacts:
Paul Sopcak

Website

Mount Royal University

Calgary, Alberta

One of the oldest institutions of higher learning in Alberta, Mount Royal was founded in 1910 as a primary and secondary school before transitioning to post-secondary in 1931. Mount Royal boasts a total of nearly 25,000 students.

Contacts:
Phil Warsaba

Website

Ryerson University

Toronto, Ontario

Ryerson University is a public research university in the heart of downtown Toronto. Ryerson is home to Canada’s largest business school, third largest school of engineering, and offers undergraduate and graduate degrees to over 36,000 students.

Contacts:
Giselle Basanta

Website

Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology

Toronto, Ontario

Seneca College began in 1967 as part of an effort to establish a network of colleges of applied arts and technology providing career-oriented diploma and certificate courses, Seneca is home to 17,000 full time and 90,000 part time students.

Contacts:
Joy Muller

Website

Sheridan College

Oakville, Ontario

Sheridan College hosts over 18,000 full time students and offers programs in animation, illustration, music theater, film and design, business, and more. Sheridan College has been called “the Harvard of Animation schools” by animator Michael Hirsch.

Contacts:
Joan Sweeney Marsh

Website

Simon Fraser University

Burnaby, British Columbia

Simon Fraser is a public research university named after a North West Company fur trader and explorer. Simon Fraser is the only Canadian University in the NCAA and the only university to be recognized for enduring excellence of nationally significant architecture.

Contacts:
Jo Hinchliffe

Website

University of Alberta

Edmonton, Alberta

The University of Alberta, founded in 1908, is a major economic driver with an annual impact estimated at $12.3 billion, or around five percent of the province’s GDP. The University of Alberta is recognized as one of the top five in Canada, and in the top 100 worldwide.

Contacts:
Deb Eerkes

Website

University of Calgary

Calgary, Alberta

University Calgary began as a branch of the University of Alberta before establishing itself as a standalone institution. It is one of Canada’s top research universities and is the birthplace of the neurochip. Contacts:  Website

 

University of Manitoba

Winnipeg, Manitoba

University of Manitoba is a research-intensive public university, founded in 1877. It is Western Canada’s first university, with a student enrollment at over 25,000. Contacts: Brandy Usick Heather Morris Website

University of Montreal

Montreal, Quebec

The University of Montreal was founded in 1878 and offers more than 650 undergraduate and graduate programs. In 2012-2013, it was ranked 84th globally. University of Montreal enrolls over 55,000 students. Contacts: Diane Raymond Website

University of New Brunswick

Fredericton, New Brunswick

UNB is the oldest English language university in Canada, established in 1785, also holding claim to being the oldest public university in North America. Contacts: Shirley Cleave Website

University of Toronto

Toronto, Ontario

University of Toronto is a major public research institution founded in 1827. It is the birthplace of insulin and stem cell research and has been affiliated with ten Nobel laureates. Contacts: Christopher Lang Website

University of Waterloo

Waterloo, Ontario

The University of Waterloo was founded in 1957 to fill the need to train engineers and technicians for Canada’s growing postware economy. Today it is home to 27,000 undergraduate students.

Contacts:
Amanda McKenzie

Website

University of Windsor

Windsor, Ontario

The University of Windsor dates back to 1857 and the founding of Assumption College Roman Catholic. With 15,000 students, the institution is best known for automotive, environmental, and social justice research.

Contacts:
Danieli Arbex

Website

Wilfrid Laurier University

Waterloo, Ontario

Named in honor of the seventh Canadian Prime Minister, WLU ranks tenth in Maclean’s University Rankings and is home to one of the top business schools in Canada.

Contacts:
Judy Eaton

Website

Contact

Canadian Representative

Amanda McKenzie
University of Waterloo
Office of Academic Integrity
Needles Hall, Room 3006D
200 University Avenue West
Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3G1
P: 519.888.4567 x38562
amanda.mckenzie@uwaterloo.ca
amckenzie@academicintegrity.org

 

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