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Robyn Green


Phone:613-520-2600 x 8929
Office:421F Tory Building

Robyn Green is a program officer with Carleton’s Office of the Provost and Vice-President (Academic). She oversees the approvals process for new undergraduate and graduate programs and for major modifications to existing programs. She has worked in various academic departments at Carleton University for the last 13 years, including the Educational Development Centre, Arthur Kroeger College of Public Affairs, and Global and International Studies.

“The decolonization of Carleton University as an institution is overdue,” says Green. “This undertaking is labour intensive and should be shared by all of Carleton’s faculty and staff because a strong community must be accountable to and responsible for all of its members. Part of this responsibility for settlers is, as Irlbacher-Fox (2012) notes, to establish “[c]o-existence through co-resistance.”

“I look forward to listening to and learning from the Indigenous community (both on and off campus) in an effort to enact robust decolonial politics at Carleton.”

Green received a PhD from the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies in 2016 and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in Political Science in 2001.