Mark Salter, Vice-Dean, Research

Mark Salter

Research is at the heart of the Faculty of Social Sciences. It provides the intellectual motor for engaged teaching, knowledge mobilization and public engagement, and powers the individual and collective projects of its professors and students. As a team, our goal is to leverage our administrative, management, and strategic skills to help our researchers apply for grants, build networks and win support. We are available at all stages of the research process to help fulfil their research and publication plans.

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.

Contact Information

Mark Salter
Vice-Dean, Research
Social Sciences Building, Room 5039

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