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Professor Monica Boyd
University of Toronto
Department of Sociology
Toronto, Ontario
M5S 2J4
Canada

 

Tel: 416-946-5906
Fax: 416-978-3969
monica.boyd@utoronto.ca
 
Curriculum Vitae Teaching Professional Services Research Team
 
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
 


Government and Related Appointments
1986-2008 Member, National Statistics Council, Advisory Board to the Chief Statistician of Canada (appointment made by the Minister of Industry).
2002-2005 National Statistics Council (Statistics Canada) Subcommittee on Statistics Canada-University Relations. At the invitations of the Chair and of the Assistant Chief Statistician and Secretary, NSC.
2002 Member, National Statistics Council (Statistics Canada) Subcommittee on the Impact of September 11. At the invitations of the Chair and of the Assistant Chief Statistician and Secretary, NSC.
2000-2004 Member, Advisory Committee for the Ethnic Diversity Survey. At the invitation of the Deputy Minister, Heritage Canada and the Chief Statistician, Statistics Canada
1994-1998 Chair, Advisory Group on the 1991 Census Monograph Series, Statistics Canada.
1994 Member, Advisory Group on "Immigrants in Cities" research project,
1994 Citizenship and Immigration, Strategic Planning and Research.
1994 Member, Issue 10 (Building a Common Database on Immigration Data) Immigration Consultation Working Group (1994 Public Consultations) struck by Citizenship and Immigration, Strategic Planning and Research.
1992 Member, Academic Advisory Panel on the Social and Cultural Impacts of Integration. Employment and Immigration, Strategic Planning and Research.
1990 -1997 Member, Advisory Committee on Social Conditions, Statistics Canada.
Professional Association Committee Activities
2000 Member, Thomas and Znaniecki Award Committee, International Migration Section, American Sociological Association (new committee struck each year).
1999 Member, Thomas and Znaniecki Award Committee, International Migration Section, American Sociological Association
1994-1996 Co-chair, Working Group on International Migration, Population Association of America
1991-1994 Member, Canada National Organizing Corporation, 1993 IUSSP meetings
1990-1993 Member, Steering Committee of the 1993 IUSSP meetings
1990-1993 Member, International Organizing Committee for the IUSSP meeting, 1993
1990-1992 Member, Women's Issues Network, Social Science Federation of Canada

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Editorial Boards
1999 - Present Journal of International Migration and Integration
1995-2000 Current Sociology (journal of the International Sociological Assoc.)
1990-1996 Social Science Quarterly
1989-1996 Canadian Journal of Sociology
1986 - Present Canadian Studies in Population
1976 - Present International Migration Review
Elected Executive Professional Boards
2008 - 2009 President, Academy II (Social Sciences), Royal Society of Canada,
Canada’s National Academy
2008 - 2009 President, Canadian Sociological Association
2007 - 2008 President Elect, Canadian Sociological Association
2000 - 2002 Board of Directors, Population Association of America
1990 -1992 Past President, Canadian Population Society, ex officio member of the executive council
1988 - 1990 President, Canadian Population Society
1986 - 1988 Vice President, Canadian Population Society
1982 - 1984 Officer of the Board, Research Committee on Migration, International Sociological Association
1980 - 1982 Board of Directors, Population Association of America
1980 - 1982 Population Section Council Member, American Sociological Association
1978 - 1982 Councilor, Canadian Population Society

 

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Membership, Boards of Directors, Review and Advisory Committees and Other Academic Honours/Activities not elsewhere stated, 1990s+
2007 - 2010 2007-2010 Member, Management Board, Center of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Settlement - Toronto (CERIS). At the invitation of the Vice President of Research and Vice-Provost, University of Toronto.
2006 - current Member, Leadership Group, Population Change and Public Policy. This is part of the larger SSHRC funded Population Change and Lifecourse Strategic Knowledge Cluster.
2005 - 2007 Chair, Division I (English Social Sciences), Academy II, Royal Society of
Canada (Canada’s National Academy). Responsibilities include serving on the executive of Academy II, chairing the selection committee for Division I, and vetting some 60+ annual submissions for a limited number of nominations to be elected into Division I.
2006 - present Race and Gender Section, Canadian Labour Research Cluster, funded by
SSHRC as part of their Strategic Research Grant Competition. By invitation from Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network. Responsiblities include vetting research proposals for funding in those areas.
2006 Member, Multidisciplinary Advisory Committee (MAC 4), New Initiatives Fund, Canada Foundation for Innovation.
(This is a 12 person committee that meets for two days to make final recommendations on a pool of grant applications seeking infrastructure fundings, primarily although not exclusively, in the sciences to the sum of $325 million per year. The Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) is an independent corporation created by the Government of Canada to fund research infrastructure, dispensing 3.65 billion since 1997).
2005 -2007 Director, Division I (English Social Sciences), Academy II, Royal Society of Canada (Canada's National Academy).
2006 - Present Member, Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network.
2005 - Present Member, Advisory Board, Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population, (SEDAP). Multi-million dollar SSHRC grant, Byron Spencer and others.
2005 - Present Member, Leadership group, Population Change and Public Policy Cluster, SSHRC solicitation.
2005 - 2008 Affiliated Member, Joint Centre of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Settlement- Toronto (CERIS)
2004 Member, Review and Assessment Committee for the proposed bachelors' degree in Sociology, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario. March, 2004.
2003 - Present Member, Board of Directors, Social Research and Demonstration Corporation, Ottawa. SRDC is a non-profit social policy research organization that designs, implements, operates, and evaluates large-scale, long-term demonstration projects.
1999 - Present Research Associate, Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, University of California, San Diego.
1992 -1994 National Member (by invitation) Centre for Refugee Studies, York University, North York, Ontario.
1993- Present Honorary Trustee of the Institute for Society and Humanity, University of Saskatchewan (at the invitation of the President).
1992 Member, Advisory Board to the Canadian Household Panel Study (collaborative project between Statistics Canada and a group of academics, headquartered at the University of Montreal, University of Waterloo and the University of Toronto).
1992 Member, Academic Advisory Panel on the Social and Cultural Impacts of Immigration. Employment and Immigration. Immigration Policy Division.