University Curriculum and Institutional Liaison

The Office of University Curriculum and Institutional Liaison provides leadership on the development and implementation of new curriculum initiatives and relationships with partner institutions.

This includes:
• Engagement in partnership and community building activities, strategic planning and the development of new initiatives;
• Providing advice and support to the Vice-President, Academic on curricular and college issues of university-wide significance;
• Development, management and implementation of a broad range of partnership building activities related to the flow of transfer students from partner institutions in Canada and abroad;
• Identification of opportunities for institutional research and program collaboration.

The UCIL office also manages the Senate Committee on University Priorities, provides liaison with Fraser International College, and coordination of the Degree Quality Assessment process for SFU.

Report on course-based experiential education across all SFU Faculties

Related websites:
Undergraduate Curriculum Initiative

Senate Committee on University Priorities

Susan Rhodes is the Director, University Curriculum and Institutional Liaison
Ms. Rhodes's office is located in room 3184 Strand Hall
Phone 778.782.3312 Fax: 778.782.5876
slrhodes@sfu.ca

Bal Basi is Coordinator, University Curriculum and Institutional Liaison
Ms. Basi's office is located in room 3116 Strand Hall
Phone 778.782.7676 Fax: 778.782.5876
bbasi@sfu.ca

The office is located in the Office of the VP Academic, in room 3100 Strand Hall.

Mailing address:
University Curriculum and Institutional Liaison
Office of the Vice-President, Academic
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive
Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6

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