The core business of the Faculty of Science is research and education. Operational management facilitates this.
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Academic Affairs supports the board of the faculty and the departments with strategy, policy, and operational activities. The boards are supported by a board secretary, one or multiple management assistants, and in some departments also by an operational management coordinator.
The Communications department offers expert advice in Educational Marketing, Internal and external communication, Online communication and Design.
Facility Management & Housing
Facility Management & Housing ensures that appropriate facilities are available for teaching, research and services within the Faculty of Science. Facility Management & Housing has two main teams: Health, Safety & the Environment and Housing.
Finance & Control
Finance & Control supports the financial process in the Faculty of Science, in particular the budgetting and reporting process. The department consists of departmental controllers, project controllers and project administrators.
The Human Resources department advises, guides and supports the faculty and departments in the field of personnel and organisation. This varies from employability at an individual level (appointment, personal development or guidance in case of absence) to – at a more strategic level – long-term personnel planning and organizational development.
ICT-Bèta is concerned with IT-specific support of Education, Research, and faculty Services. Our aim is to be flexible, to share knowledge, and to provide efficient and effective solutions to posed problems. ICT-Bèta provides support in co-operation with the University Information and Technology Services (ITS).
The expertise of Scientific Instrumentation is formed by the departments Engineering, Production, Service & Maintenance and the Glass Workshop.
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Education and Student Affairs
The Education & Student Affairs department aims to provide support for any practical matters involving education. Both students and staff can contact Student Services to deal with issues such as time-tabling, academic advice, study guides and programme enrolment.
The Educational Policy department has three policy teams that support the programme directors of the Schools: the Undergraduate School, the Graduate School of Natural Sciences, the School of Pharmacy and the Graduate School of Life Sciences. These teams work together, both visibly and behind the scenes, to provide the best possible support to students, lecturers, programme directors, programme managers, programme coordinators and various committees and school-wide structures within education, such as examination committees and programme committees. The department works closely with the departments of Education and Student Affairs, Communication and ICT.
Research and Valorisation Policy
The Research and Valorisation Policy department supports and advices the board and researchers on research and valorisation.
The Research Support Office (RSO) is part of this domain. Researchers can come to the RSO for information about grant opportunities and procedures and to receive advice and support when preparing applications and entering into contracts. The RSO is also the first point of contact for outreach or impact activities pertaining to research. The RSO can bring researchers into contact with the right parties (such as Utrecht Holdings) for business development and intellectual property protection (incl. patents). To contact the RSO, simply send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org