|Associate Director||Justin Wan|
|Director of Undergraduate Studies||Dan Brown|
|Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies||Kate Larson|
|Director of Graduate Studies||Ian Goldberg|
|Associate Director of Graduate Studies||Bernard Wong|
|Director of Infrastructure||Martin Karsten|
|Director of Women in Computer Science||Jo Atlee|
|Administrative Officer||Stephanie Massel (on secondment)|
|Financial Officer||Cathy Logan Dickie|
|Undergraduate Studies Manager||Fenglian Qiu|
|Graduate Studies Supervisor||Denise Shantz|
|Course-based Graduate Student Advising||Jeff Orchard|
|Distinguished Lecture Series Coordinator||Jimmy Lin|
|Undergraduate Admissions Coordinator|
|Undergraduate Exchange Programs Coordinator||Nomair Naeem|
|Graduate Studies Advocate||Nancy Day
Administrative role description
Director: Chief executive officer of the School; carries out the duties of Director, as described in University Policy #40.
Associate Director: Assists the Director in carrying out the executive tasks of the School. The specific division of responsibilities between the Director and Associate Director is left to the two persons who occupy these positions, based on their interests and strengths, but subject to any constraints imposed by University policy.
Associate Director, Undergraduate Studies: Reports to the Director of Undergraduate Studies, with the specific division of responsibilities left to the two undergraduate studies persons who occupy these positions, based on their interests and strengths.
Director, Graduate Studies: Shall be the Graduate Officer as defined by the University. This position's portfolio is the entire graduate program, spanning development of policy and management of operations. Among the tasks within this mandate are maintaining the graduate curriculum, assisting the Director with teaching assignments, graduate admissions, graduate advising and complaint resolution, and graduate standings.
Associate Director, Graduate Studies: Reports to the Director of Graduate Studies, with the specific division of responsibilities left to the two graduate studies persons who occupy these positions, based on their interests and strengths.
Director, Women in Computer Science: Provides leadership and direction for efforts to increase diversity in the School. This includes outreach educational events, technical workshops, female-friendly learning environments and labs, community-building, and networking and mentoring activities for female CS students. It also includes providing guidance on avoiding conscious and unconscious bias against women in School policies, procedures, and activities.
Administrative Officer: Is accountable to the Director of the School for human resource administration, equipment and space management, statistical analysis, strategic planning, special projects, interaction with external bodies, liaison with the office of the Dean of Mathematics on administrative matters, and other administrative functions required to support teaching, learning and research in the School.
Financial Officer: Provides leadership and direction for the financial management and stability of the School. This involves fiscal accountability, participation in long and short term strategic planning for the School, review and resolution of financially related issues, establishment of and guidance on policies and procedures, and work on a variety of projects for the School.
Undergraduate Studies Manager: Reports to the Director of Undergraduate Studies and is responsible for day-to-day administration of undergraduate students and supervision of all instructional support and undergraduate operations staff, including the Instructional Support Group (ISG).
Graduate Studies Supervisor: Reports to the Director of Graduate Studies and is responsible for day-to-day administration of graduate admissions, scholarships, enrolled students, and supervision of graduate studies staff.