Kelton continues to lead health sciences

News May 11, 2011 Ancaster News

Dundas resident John Kelton has been reappointed as dean and vicepresident to lead the faculty of health sciences at McMaster University for the next five years.

Patrick Deane, president of McMaster University, said Dr. Kelton’s commitment to excellence, his leadership within the faculty and the community, and his ability to develop and deliver new programs has generated a decade of outstanding advancement for McMaster and its students.

Deane noted that in the past 10 years, the faculty’s enrolment has doubled, growth that has included the opening of regional medical school campuses in Waterloo and Niagara. The faculty now oversees $120 million a year in research, and for the past five years, McMaster has ranked second or third for research among Canadian medical universities.

Kelton continues to lead health sciences

News May 11, 2011 Ancaster News

Dundas resident John Kelton has been reappointed as dean and vicepresident to lead the faculty of health sciences at McMaster University for the next five years.

Patrick Deane, president of McMaster University, said Dr. Kelton’s commitment to excellence, his leadership within the faculty and the community, and his ability to develop and deliver new programs has generated a decade of outstanding advancement for McMaster and its students.

Deane noted that in the past 10 years, the faculty’s enrolment has doubled, growth that has included the opening of regional medical school campuses in Waterloo and Niagara. The faculty now oversees $120 million a year in research, and for the past five years, McMaster has ranked second or third for research among Canadian medical universities.

Kelton continues to lead health sciences

News May 11, 2011 Ancaster News

Dundas resident John Kelton has been reappointed as dean and vicepresident to lead the faculty of health sciences at McMaster University for the next five years.

Patrick Deane, president of McMaster University, said Dr. Kelton’s commitment to excellence, his leadership within the faculty and the community, and his ability to develop and deliver new programs has generated a decade of outstanding advancement for McMaster and its students.

Deane noted that in the past 10 years, the faculty’s enrolment has doubled, growth that has included the opening of regional medical school campuses in Waterloo and Niagara. The faculty now oversees $120 million a year in research, and for the past five years, McMaster has ranked second or third for research among Canadian medical universities.