Office of Research Services
Operating under the Vice-Principal Research, the Office of Research Services at UBC's Okanagan campus strives to enhance research by providing high-quality administrative service—actively promoting, developing, and managing research support services, facilitating knowledge transfer, and fostering innovation.
Okanagan University-Industry Liaison Office (UILO)
The UILO supports interaction between the University and industry and other community partners in many different forms, including research partnerships that investigate areas of mutual interest, the commercialization, distribution and dissemination of research outputs, and the development of entrepreneurial talent and new ventures.
Research Finance is responsible for ensuring all sponsored research and specific purpose funds are administered in compliance with funding agency, university and accounting policies. The team acts as liaison between UBC researchers and sponsor agencies and provides assistance to researchers and departmental administrators to address research project funding issues.
Research IT Support
IT, Media and Classroom Services offers researchers a wide range of support and services at UBC's Okanagan campus including technical consultation and quotes for research grant applications, network and data security, access to HPC systems and storage, network accounts, hardware and software quotes and installation.
Library Support for Research
Researchers at UBC's Okanagan campus have complete access to the collections of UBC Library. Subject Librarians are available to assist in the development of research strategies, to train research assistants and graduate students to search effectively and efficiently, and to identify resources of use to your research. Contact your Subject Librarian for more information.
CTL Support for Research
The CTL supports the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Faculty are encouraged to carry out research in the area of teaching and learning. What techniques work and why? The ultimate goal is to enhance learning, so why not research teaching methods that can achieve that?
The Okanagan Campus Behavioural Research Ethics Board (BREB) is responsible for reviewing research that involves human subjects in procedures that require potential invasions of privacy. Any research or study conducted at UBC's Okanagan campus facilities or undertaken by persons connected to the University involving human subjects must be reviewed and approved by the BREB.
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