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New Dean for CE and Centre for Teaching & Learning


Cebert Adamson appointed Dean, Dean Continuing Educaiton, Academic Quality and Centre for Teaching & Learning

Mohawk College is pleased to announce the appointment of Cebert Adamson as Dean, Continuing Education, Academic Quality and Centre for Teaching & Learning.

Cebert joined Mohawk in 2014 after coming to Canada from Jamaica where he was the Executive Director for the Council of Community Colleges of Jamaica.

Cebert is an outstanding creative and innovative leader who has developed and led several initiatives aimed at ensuring Mohawk’s continued strength in quality programs and remaining a leader in teaching and learning.

Cebert is an active member on multiple provincial academic committees including the Heads of Quality Management and College Degree Operating Group. As Dean, Cebert will support ongoing success in these areas for both Mohawk and the broader college sector in Ontario.

Trained as an educator, Cebert holds a Masters of Science Degree in Teaching and Learning from Nova Southeastern University in the USA, and a Bachelor of Education with a focus on Business Education from the University of Technology, Jamaica. He is also a lifelong learner engaging with various professional organizations, and he is currently completing his Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership and Technology Management.

Cebert and his family became Canadian Citizens in 2017. They live in Burlington.

"Providing students with a high-quality learning experience is our highest priority and part of our DNA. Cebert is an exceptional leader with the experience needed to ensure our students contnue to receive the quality education they need to be successful. We're proud to have him on the team."

Paul Armstrong, Vice President Academic
About Mohawk

Mohawk College educates and serves more than 31,700 full-time, part-time and apprenticeship students at three campuses in Hamilton, Ontario. Mohawk has been named one of Canada’s greenest employers for five years in a row and is home to the country’s largest net zero energy institutional building. Mohawk is also among the leading colleges in Canada for applied research, with a focus on sustainable energy generation and distribution, additive manufacturing and mobile and electronic health solutions.