Heba is a first year MI student specializing in Knowledge Management and Information Management. Prior to coming to the iSchool, Heba graduated from the University of Toronto with an H.B.Sc. in Biomedical Toxicology and Health and Disease with a minor in Classical Civilizations.
Heba is thrilled to act as MISC’s liaison to all academic and curricular issues and serves as a point of contact for students experiencing academic or curricular issues.
The VP Academic Affairs is MISC’s liaison to all academic and curricular issues and serves as a point of contact for students experiencing academic or curricular issues. In addition, the VP Academic Affairs serves as the MI representative to the following Faculty of Information Committees to maintain a holistic understanding of Academic Affairs at the iSchool:
- Committee on Standing, where the Faculty of Information discusses and makes decisions related to requests for extensions, late withdrawal, thesis options, and doctoral thesis titles and committees.
- The Programs Committee for the Faculty of Information, which discusses and makes decisions related to the iSchool’s programs such as curricula.
- Faculty Council, which is the body that oversees the Faculty’s standing committees and affairs.
- The Masters and Recruitment Admissions Committee (MRAC), which reviews iSchool applicants’ program application packages and advises on the Faculty of Information’s recruitment strategies.
The VP Academic Affairs is allotted one vote on MISC’s General Council, and is expected to attend the above Committee meetings to report back on their activities at MISC’s regular General Council meetings. The VP Academic Affairs, along with the President and all other Vice President positions, is also a member of the MISC Executive. The Executive is responsible for the day-to-day operations of MISC, and are responsible for high-level decisions about MISC’s strategy and goals for each academic year.