Research in the Faculty of Social Sciences is vibrant, relevance, and diverse. Over the years, we have built a solid foundation on which to grow. This foundation includes the innovative and dedicated researchers in the Faculty, invested in making the latest discoveries and advancing the newest theories that shed light on the challenges facing families, communities, community organizations, governments, and other institutions. The foundation also includes the Research Office staff that works tirelessly to meet the needs of our growing Faculty.
In the coming years, I look forward to working with my colleagues to forge and work toward a shared vision for research in the Faculty of Social Sciences.
Role of the Vice-Dean, Research at the Faculty of Social Sciences
- The Vice-Dean, Research oversees the administration of the many facets of research at the Faculty of Social Sciences by ensuring the sound management of funds; advising the Dean on all matters affecting research, as well as implementing the Faculty's research policy.
- The Vice-Dean is responsible for promoting research, increasing its dissemination, developing collaboration the Academic Units and other Faculties, supervising the operations of Research Centre's and Institutes, as well as encouraging research at the international level.
- The Vice-Dean chairs the Faculty's Research Committee and represents the Faculty at the Research Commission.
The term of office is for a renewable term of three years.