Webber earns post at Leth. College
Lethbridge College has appointed Dr. Jeanine Webber to be its new dean for the Centre for Justice and Human Services. Webber takes on her new role as of June 11.
Webber joins Lethbridge College from Humber College in Toronto, where she was associate dean in the School of Social and Community Services. She previously held several faculty positions in the Bachelor of Applied Arts – Criminal Justice degree program, and the Community and Justice Services diploma program.
“Jeanine’s wealth of experience in the field of justice studies, both academically and professionally, will provide tremendous opportunities for the college,” says Dr. Samantha Lenci, Lethbridge College Provost and Vice President Academic. “We are proud of the industry-leading curriculum and research already underway in our Justice and Human Services programs, and we are excited for Jeanine to support that work and identify new opportunities in these fields.”
Prior to joining Humber, Webber worked in multiple settings within corrections. Her positions included federal parole officer, programs officer, regional trainer and head of correctional programs. She also worked in a children’s mental-health agency as a researcher conducting program evaluation of a cognitive behavioural program for children with conduct disorder.
The Centre for Justice and Human Services includes the Child and Youth Care, Early Childhood Education, Educational Assistant, Criminal Justice – Policing, Justice Studies – Bachelor of Applied Arts, Correctional Studies, Commercial Vehicle Enforcement and Police Cadet Training programs.