Services for faculty & staff

Let the Dean’s Office help you succeed! It supports all Applied Science schools, departments and programs through a variety of services, including coordination of alumni relations, award nominations, communications, development, grant writing and instructional support.

Alumni Relations
The Alumni Relations Unit is the key contact for the Faculty’s alumni and is responsible for the strategy and management of alumni activity. AR develops programming for alumni in the lower Mainland, as well as various regional constituencies with significant alumni representation. AR also provides support to alumni wishing to connect with UBC as well as to Schools and Departments wishing to increase alumni contact. If your Department wants to increase its alumni activity, or if alumni or students contact you about alumni relations, please let us know. alumni@apsc.ubc.ca

Communications
The Communications Office provides a variety of services to help promote your department, school, program, centre, research and/or event. A few of these services include creating a communications plan for your unit, publication design, copywriting, editing, photography and media relations. Please make contact as early as possible to optimize publicity opportunities. Read more about the communications office.

Development
The Development team is responsible for raising funds for the Faculty. We work closely with the Deans, Heads, and Directors to determine priority projects and match potential donors with Faculty initiatives. If you know of someone who wants to make a contribution to the Faculty, have received a contribution of cash or equipment, or have a priority project that needs funding, please let us know! development.secretary@apsc.ubc.ca

Instructional Support
The Applied Science Centre for Instructional Support can help you improve your teaching and student learning by the effective use of educational technologies. A host of resources are available, including hardware and software, interactive media, WebCT training and course design. To learn more visit: Centre for Instructional Support website.