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Wallin steps down as UGuelph chancellor

Senator too busy to keep university post

Pamela Wallin has stepped down as chancellor of the University of Guelph, due to her growing responsibilities as a senator. Wallin, who was appointed chancellor in 2007, was named to the senate in 2008, said, in a statement released by the university, that her time at Guelph “has been one of the most rewarding experiences” of her life. President Alistair Sumerlee called Wallin a “valued friend and champion of the University of Guelph.” Wallin sits on several senate committees and has assumed the chair of the National Security and Defence Committee.

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