Donald A. MacIver
Professor Emeritus in Education
Convocation: October 22, 1995
Donald MacIver is known for his outstanding teaching, leadership and commitment to education.
He was appointed founding dean of the new faculty of education in 1972 with responsibility for negotiating the amalgamation of the three English-language teacher education programs in the province.
During 10 years as dean, Dr. MacIver reorganized and developed the faculty's graduate programs, shaped the four-year bachelor's program, reviewed the administrative structure of physical education, and was a role model as a scholar.
His extensive volunteer service to the university included a nine-year term as international liaison officer. Dr. MacIver, who retired in 1995, was one of two people responsible for UNB's largest international development project-the Kenya Teacher's College Project.