The International Research and Partnerships team will host an info-session centered around the internally-funded International Research Partnerships Grant (IRPG) program.
The IRPG aims to provide Waterloo researchers with incentives to develop new or existing international research collaborations with institutions known for high quality research and global ranking in areas of mutual strategic interest.
FOR WATERLOO STAFF, FACULTY, AND STUDENTS:
The University of Waterloo Library is hosting a day of events for International Open Access (OA) Week 2015. This year's theme, Open for Collaboration, focuses on the collaborative possibilities of Open Access.
Topics to be discussed include UWSpace, the Tri-Agency Open Access Policy for Publications, Open Education Resources, transformational research at Waterloo, and Creative Commons.
The Office of Research is pleased to host an information session on the funding programs offered by the Embassy of France in Canada.
Sophie Decamps, Science & Technology Project Officer, Consulate General of France in Toronto, will provide information on funding opportunities available, in particular, the France Canada Research Fund New Scientific Collaboration Support program for the upcoming 2016 competition.
Poor food intake is common in older adults in Canada and can lead to functional problems, poor immunity, reduced healing, and frailty.
Meal quality, mealtime experience, and meal access (M3) all influence food intake which can be supported by older adults, their families, and providers.
The University of Waterloo and the Ministry of Research and Innovation are hosting an information session for the Ontario Research Fund Research Excellence Program.
Please RSVP to Selena M. Santi as soon as possible - room is subject to change based on number of participants.
The Office of Research is hosting an ERA information session.
Information on the recently announced ERA program, round 11, will be available and Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation (MRI) representatives will answer questions.
Please RSVP to Stephanie Filsinger to attend.
Join NSERC for an informative session on their programs including:
- An update on NSERC and its programs
- 2015 Discovery Grant competition results
- How to apply for a Discovery Grant
- A question and answer period
Seating is limited, so attendance is first-come, first-served - please RSVP by email.
As part of a cross-Canada tour, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council’s (NSERC) president B. Mario Pinto will be on-campus to discuss NSERC's vision for the future.
Participate in an engaging town hall with Dr. Jane Aubin, chief scientific officer and vice-president of research.
Topics will include:
- CIHR’s new strategic plan, budget
- Changes to the institutes
- Update on the Foundation Scheme Pilot
- Launch of the Project Scheme, College of Reviewers
We are pleased to announce an upcoming information session on the funding programs offered by the embassy of France in Canada.
Speaker Kayathiri Ganeshamoorthy, scientific attaché, Consuale General of France in Toronto, will provide information on all funding opportunities available, and in particular the FCRF New Scientific Collaboration Support Program and Joint PhD Program.
Please RSVP to Regan Child.