The Dean’s Advisory Council helps to further the vision and aims of the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences.
It acts as an important body of leadership, influence and support within the constituencies the Faculty serves.
The Council uses its network to provide a link to those individuals and organizations with the resources, knowledge and contacts the Faculty requires to achieve its objectives and fulfill its mission to the best of their ability.
The Council is committed to the application of basic and applied knowledge for the purpose of enhancing the social, environmental and economic health of the Niagara Region and beyond.
Through this Council, the Dean of the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences seeks advice and feedback, where appropriate from the committed, knowledgeable and interested leaders who are a part of our community.
The Council is comprised of 10 to 15 members including broad representation of alumni from the Faculty’s five departments, as well as the wider community, in order to seek the advantages of members’ advice, influence and support within a broad cross-section of interests.
Members are formally appointed by the FAHS Dean for a renewable two or three year term of service.