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Faculty Annual Report
This template for the annual reports can be used as an aid to help all faculty members in the Faculty of Science. There are no consequences for a faculty member on choosing to use this form or not.
Please submit your annual report when completed at the link below:
Professional Development Fund
New Course Approval
New Course Approval Form (updated April 2018)
James Chair Endowment
The objective of the Dr. W.F. James Chair of Studies in the Pure and Applied Sciences is the promotion of scholarly activity in the pure and applied sciences.
Charles MacLeod Science Endowment
Terms Of Reference
An endowment fund will be created from the Estate of Dr. Charles MacLeod ‘46 to provide funds for use by the Faculty of Science at St. Francis Xavier University.
- The endowment has been established from the Estate Gift from Dr. Charles MacLeod, class of 1946.
- Annual revenue will be available to the Faculty of Science based on the rate of return on the endowment as determined by the StFX investment committee.
- The fund will be administered by the Dean of Science in consultation with the Department Chairs within the Faculty of Science.
- Based on Dr. Charles MacLeod pioneering surgery, preference will be given to projects assisting pre-medical studies.
- Any unused revenue on an annual basis will be re-invested into the capital account.
MacLEOD, Dr. Charles W. - 82 year old Dr. Charles W. MacLeod, a native of Dunvegan, Inverness Co., who pioneered hand surgery by re-attaching a severed hand of an accident victim in the Michigan area, died November 2, 2007. Dr. MacLeod studied at Dunvegan School, St. F.X. University, University of Ottawa Medical School, and specialized in surgery in Grace Hospital, Detroit. He was a leader in his chosen field of medicine. He is survived by his wife, Sandra (Markovich); sisters, Theresa, Halifax; Alice (the late Jacques) Beaubien, Richmond, Que.; Catherine (Bob) Schiffman, Cape Cod; Sister Evelyn, CND, Sydney; Christina (the late John) MacLellan, Deepdale. He was predeceased by brothers, Father John, Murdock; sister, Sister Mary, CSM. He is also survived by good friend, Jean Marie King, who rendered valuable service to the MacLeods. Funeral took place in St. Aidan's Catholic Church, Livonia. Michigan. December 21, 2007.
Heaps Chair Endowment
The principal objective of the residual bequest directed to StFX as stated in the will of Dr. H. Stanley Heaps is “to benefit academic programs at the university and it is not to be used for sport, entertainment or institutes not directly connected with mainstream academic programs.” That bequest will form part of the Dr. H. Stanley and Doreen Alley Heaps Endowment Fund, which was established at Dr. Heaps’ death June 12, 1999. A further legacy will be added to this fund by his wife, Doreen Alley Heaps.
It is intended that an endowment fund of approximately $1 million will create the Dr. H. Stanley & Doreen Alley Heaps Chair which will carry out the wishes of Dr. H. Stanley Heaps and Doreen Alley Heaps by providing for the support, exploration, and advancement of computing science at StFX in certain specific ways.
Further, it is the intention of the principal benefactors that the Fund be directed to the support of individuals, be they scholars or students, and not for equipment or buildings and not to fund full-time faculty. The intention is to keep the fund working on the edge rather than in support of established structure; that support is the function of the university as a whole or of the state.
The Dr. H. Stanley and Doreen Alley Heaps Chair will be concentrated in two areas:
- Support for the scholarly pursuit of computing science
- Scholarships and summer internships for computing science students.