The School of Creative and Performing Arts (SCAPA) is pleased to announce Dr. Andrew Scott and Sarah-Jane Greenway, respectively, as acting dean and acting associate dean for the fall 2018 academic term. Andrew and Sarah-Jane will provide ongoing leadership and support for teaching and learning as Humber looks to fill the dean position on a permanent basis.
A respected jazz guitarist and musicologist, Andrew takes on the acting dean role after spending three years as SCAPA’s associate dean. Andrew first joined Humber’s music faculty in 2005, simultaneously serving as the Bachelor of Music program’s head academic advisor from 2010 to 2015. As both a faculty member and academic administrator, Andrew has engaged in and advocated for interdisciplinary studies and arts-sector leadership and entrepreneurial skills to empower students during their transition into professional industry.
Sarah-Jane is equally committed to student success and engagement. She joins SCAPA after working in a management capacity in the Office of the Registrar, and as a program review consultant in Program Planning, Development and Renewal (PPDR). Sarah-Jane combines an understanding of College and Ministry quality assurance processes and best practices with knowledge of SCAPA curriculum and an appreciation for the unique needs of its programs.
The new appointments come after Steve Bellamy stepped down as dean to assume the role of chief executive officer of the Confederation Centre of the Arts in Charlottetown, P.E.I. His last day at Humber was August 31, 2018.
Dr. Andrew Scott, Acting Dean
Sarah-Jane Greenway, Acting Associate Dean