- Photo IDs, Access cards, Keys
- Lost and Found
- Facility Management
- Simulation and Instruction Support
- Standardized Patient-based Program Support
- Teaching Materials Consultation and Design
Message from the director
HSAS&F staff and students enthusiastically welcome back UW students for AUT16 classes and activities! The past year ushered in learning space improvements to support the student experience and the evolving pedagogy in Health Sciences. Be sure to check out the Health Sciences Student Lounge near the T4 overpass and watch for additional seating near the lecture halls. Partnering with UW Facilities Services and Health Sciences Schools, hallways have been repainted and flooring repaired, and targeted classroom technology advancements are in place. The first installation of audiovisual equipment in a general Health Sciences teaching lab serves as a pilot to evaluate the benefit of displaying lecture content and images produced by students as a result of their experiments.
Within our department, ‘Think Tank Teams’ have developed tools and templates to support compliance, process improvement and customer service. In alignment with the Provost’s TAP initiative, HSAS&F will embark on a customer engagement campaign to deepen our understanding of their needs and deliver on our strategic goal of demonstrating our value through excellence in customer service.
Finally, a big thank you to the dedicated and talented students and staff in HSAS&F for their enduring commitment to the UW and HSAS&F mission. Through their hard work we realize our vision of creating value through centralized resources and services vital to achieving academic excellence, scientific innovation, and world-class service.
Nancy Salts, Director Health Sciences Academic Services & Facilities
HSAS&F is dedicated to providing the infrastructure and services vital to achieving academic excellence, scientific innovation, and world-class patient care.