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Administrative units

Follow these links to find out more about the individual administrative units of the Office of the Dean, within the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science, and to learn who to contact to get more information about the unit in question.

Academic Information Technology Services

The Academic Information Technology Services (AITS) unit is is responsible for developing and distributing IT services to the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science.

Academic and Personnel Affairs

The Academic and Personnel Affairs unit focuses on the instructional aspect of academic administration and coordinates full-time academic personnel activities in accordance with CUFA and CUPFA collective agreements and University policies. It is also responsible for implementing Faculty procedures that relate to Human Resources policies.

Budget Office

Check out the Budget Office page to find out more about this unit, which is responsible for designing and implementing Faculty procedures that relate to the policies of Financial Services, Human Resources, and Purchasing Services.

Building Operations

The main goal of the Building Operations unit is to manage all Gina Cody School space within the university. This includes monitoring of space utilization by the various departments, assessing requests for space and making recommendations to the Dean for review and approval. The unit acts as the liaison between the School, Facilities Management and external contractors for various projects. The unit is also responsible for the daily maintenance of the card access system, graduate student assignment and supervision of project rooms.

Research Office

The Research Office assists the Office of the Dean with the management of internal funding programs, and the review of external research grant applications and contracts for Faculty approval.

Student Academic Services (SAS)

The Student Academic Services unit is mandated, along with the individual academic departments in the Faculty, to look after the needs of both the current undergraduate and current graduate students in the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science.

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