New Staff in Higher Education
Department of Education (to March 26, 2013)
October 6, 2003 5:04 PM
The Department of Education has a new senior executive director
for its higher education branch. Wayne Doggett was appointed to
the position beginning Wednesday, Oct. 1.
Mr. Doggett has spent most of his 22 years in Nova Scotia's
public service in the Department of Education. He has had
research, planning, policy and evaluation roles related to both
the public school and post-secondary systems.
A graduate of Acadia and Oxford universities, Mr. Doggett has
taught economics at Acadia and served for six years as Nova
Scotia's representative on the Maritime Provinces Higher
"Mr. Doggett brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to this
position," said Dennis Cochrane, deputy minister of Education. "I
know he is looking forward to working with our partners to build
a stronger Nova Scotia through our investments in students,
universities and the community college."
Mr. Doggett is replacing Susan Clark, who left the department in
June to take the position of vice-president academic and provost
at Trent University.
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The Department of Education has a new senior executive
director for its higher education branch.
Wayne Doggett was appointed to the position beginning
Wednesday, October 1st.
Mr. Doggett has been in Nova Scotia's public service for 22
years. He spent most of this time in the Department of Education.
Mr. Doggett is replacing Susan Clark, who left the
department in June.
Contact: Adèle Poirier
Department of Education
kjd October 6, 2003 5:01 P.M.