The University of Waterloo has been designated Research University of the Year among Canadian comprehensive universities by Research Infosource Inc. for the 14th consecutive year.
The announcement by Research Infosource Inc. is part of Canada’s Top 50 Research Universities and is based on a balanced set of impact measures that distinguishes exceptional achievement in research income and publishing research in leading scientific journals.
Waterloo also ranked 13th in Canada’s Top 50 Research Universities for sponsored research income with more than $211 million. Among comprehensive universities, Waterloo placed first for corporate research income with more than $31 million.
“We are delighted to receive this recognition as a leader in research excellence among Canadian comprehensive universities once again. I would also like to congratulate the team at Research Infosource as they celebrate the 20th anniversary edition of Canada’s Innovation Leaders,” says Charmaine Dean, vice-president of Research and International at Waterloo.