By WCVM Today
Muir, who served as the college’s interim dean for the past 12 months, was appointed by the University of Saskatchewan (USask) for a five-year term as the college’s senior leader. She is the first WCVM graduate as well as the first female to be named dean of the western Canadian veterinary college.
“This past year has been an opportunity for me to gain a deeper understanding of the college’s role on campus, across Western Canada and around the world. I’ve learned how the college’s relationships with our communities are integral to all that we do,” said Muir. “While we still face immediate challenges as we move out of pandemic restrictions, I’m excited to begin working on longer-term initiatives that will help to strengthen the WCVM’s future and its contributions to the community.”
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