Dean recognized for postsecondary achievements
Susan Savoie, Dean of Continuing Education and Learning Services, is the 2015 recipient of the Doug Light Lifetime Achievement Award.
The annual award is presented by the Ontario College Administrative Staff Association (OCASA) to an individual who has significantly influenced college education throughout his or her career.
Susan has worked at the College for more than 20 years. In her role as Dean of Continuing Education, she has helped create flexible course delivery offerings, including online, hybrid and early starts for in-class and fast-track opportunities.
In addition to her work at Seneca, Susan currently serves as one of 14 directors of the Ontario Online Learning Collaborative and has chaired the OntarioLearn committee evaluating submissions to the Ministry’s Shared Course Development Fund. She is also a former chair of the Ontario Heads of Continuing Education, and has worked in cooperation with Algonquin College to deliver the Autism and Behavioural Science Ontario Graduate Certificate Program online.
Susan will be honoured on June 22 at the annual OCASA Leaders and Innovators Conference, taking place at the Kingbridge Conference Centre in King City.