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June 2011. The Faculty of Health Sciences is committed to academic excellence and leadership through the pursuit of interdisciplinary scholarly activities, including research, teaching and learning, and through community engagement and partnership. The Faculty is committed to social justice and aims to improve health and reduce health inequities locally, nationally and globally.
Senior Administrative Roles and Responsibilities
Academic Integrity Advisor: The Academic Integrity Advisor serves as a resource for faculty, staff, and students for issues that arise pertaining to SFU's Student Academic Integrity Policy. The Academic Integrity Advisor is also responsible for carrying out aspects of this policy and all matters are treated with confidentiality and, as warranted, anonymity. Mark Lechner is the current Academic Integrity Advisor.
The 2019-2024 academic plan has been created with the SFU community and builds on the academic plans developed by faculties, their academic units and support services. It outlines the strategies on which SFU will need to focus to continue to be a leading engaged university and to be an active participant in the innovation and dialogue that shapes our future. A detailed outline of the academic planning process can be found here.
Health Sciences Five Year Faculty Plan
Student involvement in FHS governance
Provides advice to the Faculty Executive Committee and Faculty Council on matters pertaining to the opportunity for, and role of, student involvement in committees created within the Faculty of Health Sciences.