Vineberg, Lillian

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Vineberg, Lillian

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1983 Faculty of Fine Arts graduate, artist, and long-time community volunteer, Lillian Vineberg was elected Vice-Chair of the Board of Governors in July 1997 for a one-year term, having served since 1996 as a community-at-large representative. Vineberg assumed the role of interim Chair of the Board of Governors in 1999, following the sudden death of then Chair, Reginald K. Groome, before being elected Chair of the Board of Governors at their November 17, 1999 meeting. Vineberg stepped down as Chair in 2003 and was soon re-elected to the Board of Governors as community-at-large representative until her retirement in 2011.

  • Vineberg served on several Advisory Search Committees: in 1996 she represented the community-at-large on the Advisory Search Committee for the Dean of Engineering and Computer science; in 1997 she was a member of the Advisory Search Committee for the Director of University Libraries; in 1999 she represented the community-at-large on the Advisory Search Committee for the position of Rector and Vice-Chancellor; in 2003 she represented the Executive Committee on the Advisory Search Committee for Provost; in 2004 she represented the community-at-large on the Advisory Search Committee for the Dean of Fine Arts.
  • In 1998, along with other 35 prominent Montrealers, Vineberg was a member of the External Advisory Board of the Faculty of Fine Arts, which was created to publicize faculty accomplishments.
  • In 1998 Vineberg also chaired the Task Force on the Revitalization of the Loyola Campus, created to find solutions to Loyola’s longstanding identity crisis. The Force’s final report was submitted to the Board of Governors at their April 15, 1998 meeting, after seven months of intense work. Richard J. Renaud paid tribute to Vineberg at the Richard J. Renaud Science Complex opening ceremony on September 2, 2003, citing her work as Chair of the Force.
  • Vineberg raised $7,200 in pledges at the 2000 Concordia Shuffle.
  • Vineberg spoke at a February 20, 2001 ceremony unveiling two large installations in the Oscar Peterson Concert Hall lobby in acknowledgement of the generosity of donors to the recent Capital Campaign. She was appointed Chair of the Installation Committee in 2005.
  • On May 11, 2006 Vineberg received the Humberto Santos Award of Merit at the 15th Annual Concordia University Alumni Association Recognition Awards banquet for her work with the Board of Governors, Fine Arts Advisory Board, and Leonard and Bina Ellen Gallery Board.
  • The Lillian Vineberg Graduate Award in Painting and Drawing was created in 2010.

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Concordia University. Board of Governors (1973-)

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1999 - 2003

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Chair of the Board of Governors

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2022-02-18

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Concordia News, ‘’Highlights of Concordia’s Board meeting’’, September 30, 2011
Concordia Journal, ‘’Alumni shine at 15th annual recognition awards’’, May 4, 2006, p. 10
Concordia’s Thursday Report, ‘’Richard J. Renaud Science Complex opens in style’’, September 25, 2003, p. 1
Concordia’s Thursday Report, ‘’Ceremony launches installation events’’, October 13, 2005, p. 1
Concordia’s Thursday Report, ‘’Code approved’’, June 3, 2004, p. 4
Concordia’s Thursday Report, ‘’Advisory Search Committee appointed for Provost’’, May 15, 2003, p. 3
Concordia’s Thursday Report, ‘’Alain Benedetti will head up Board of Governors’’, September 11, 2003, p. 4
Concordia University Magazine, ‘’New Executive Officers Elected to Concordia’s Board of Governors’’, September 2003, p. 6
Concordia’s Thursday Report, ‘’Lanterns lit for capital campaign’’, March 1, 2001, p. 5
Concordia’s Thursday Report, ‘’More than half a million raised in over a decade’’, October 12, 2000, p. 7
Concordia’s Thursday Report, ‘’Faculty leaving for better salaries, Board told’’, May 27, 1999, p. 4
Concordia’s Thursday Report, ‘’New Interim Chair’’, October 7, 1999, p. 4
Concordia University Magazine, ‘’Homecoming ‘99’’, December 1999, p. 17
Concordia’s Thursday Report, ‘’Lillian Vineberg named Chair of the Board’’, December 2, 1999, p. 4
Concordia’s Thursday Report, ‘’Gloom on finances, optimism on academic planning’’, June 05, 1997, p. 4
Concordia’s Thursday Report, ‘’Loyola Campus will be revitalized’’, September 25, 1997, p. 1
Concordia’s Thursday Report, ‘’Final Loyola revitalization report submitted to the Board’’, April 23, 1998, p. 4
Concordia’s Thursday Report, ‘’Enthusiasm for the future drives Fine Arts advisory board’’, February 05, 1998, p. 10
Concordia’s Thursday Report, ‘’Loyola revitalization offers choices’’, January 22, 1998, p. 4
Concordia’s Thursday Report, ‘’Developments announced for three search committees, February 29, 1996, p. 4

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