G+PS Affiliation

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Eligible for G+PS membership

What does this mean for prospective students?

This faculty member may supervise students if he/she becomes affiliated with a specific graduate program.

What does this mean for UBC departments and graduate programs?

Eligible by nature of faculty appointment for membership in G+PS and accompanying full supervisory privileges. Must be approved by disciplinary Faculty and be formally affiliated with a graduate program to become a G+PS member.

For new faculty who are affiliated with your graduate program, please send a Calendar update to G+PS to inform us of the affiliation and confirm their membership in G+PS.

These faculty members

  • are listed in the admissions system as research supervisors; and
  • automatically have an extended supervisor profile on the G+PS website.

Member of G+PS

What does this mean for prospective students?

This faculty member may supervise graduate students, provided the home department/graduate program agrees.

What does this mean for UBC departments and graduate programs?

Members of G+PS:

  • have full supervisory privileges
  • must be listed in the UBC Calendar under the graduate program(s) with which they are affiliated;
  • are listed in the admissions system as research supervisors; and
  • automatically have an extended supervisor profile on the G+PS website.

Partner appointment with full supervisory privileges

What does this mean for prospective students?

This faculty member may supervise graduate students.

What does this mean for UBC departments and graduate programs?

Partners are not eligible for membership in G+PS . They require the approval of the Faculty of Medicine (via a graduate program) in order to hold supervisory roles.

Partners who have been granted full supervisory privileges:

  • are listed in the admissions system as research supervisors; and
  • automatically have an extended supervisor profile on the G+PS website once approved.

Partners can be approved for partial supervisory privileges, but if so, will not be listed in the admissions system and will not have an extended supervisor profile on the G+PS website. However, they can self-provision a standard researcher profile.

Faculty appointment not eligible for G+PS membership. Supervisory privileges by permission of the Dean of G+PS

What does this mean for prospective students?

Prospective students can only conduct research as part of a graduate degree program with this faculty member under special circumstances.

What does this mean for UBC departments and graduate programs?

Not eligible by nature of faculty appointment for membership in G+PS. Must be approved by the Dean of G+PS to hold any supervisory roles for doctoral students, and to supervise or co-supervise master’s students.

Non-G+PS members:

  • cannot be listed in the admissions system and
  • cannot have an extended supervisor profile on the G+PS website
  • can have a self-provisioned standard researcher profile.