In a four-storey addition connecting B.C. Matthews Hall with the Lyle Hallman Institute for Health Promotion, ideas are coming to life.
With ample work spaces and state-of-the art teaching and research labs, the 56,000 square-foot expansion is designed to support innovation and inspire collaboration. The 350-seat lecture theatre, one of the largest on campus, is allowing us to continue to expand our programming, while a floor dedicated to hands-on learning and the School of Anatomy supports our commitment to improving facilities for experiential education.
Ensuring a healthy future
In our half-century of existence, the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences has led a bold and innovative approach to research and teaching — often breaking with convention in order to imagine new and better ways of promoting health at the individual, community and population levels.
Help us expand our impact by supporting one of our top priority areas:
Improving teaching and research infrastructure
With increased enrolment and new faculty members joining our departments, Applied Health Sciences is growing. Support our expansion projects and enhance space that facilitates collaboration.
Training the health leaders of tomorrow
Give to a student scholarship fund, or establish your own, and help support the next generation of health practitioners, leaders and advocates.
Advancing transformative research
Accelerate the transformative research happening in Applied Health Sciences by supporting state-of-the-art labs and the development of new strategies to protect and promote health and well-being.