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Double our research


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CROSS-INSTITUTIONAL STRATEGY

Mandate: Devise strategies to help Concordia double the intensity and impact of its research.
Leader: Graham Carr, Vice-President, Research and Graduate Studies

Deliverable

Read the cross-institutional strategy for Double our Research.


Who was involved?

In the fall of 2015, the vice-president of Research and Graduate Studies convened an ad hoc committee comprising members of the University Research Committee and the Senate Research Committee to lead the strategy development work for a cross-institutional strategy to Double our Research. The mandate was to devise strategies to help Concordia double the intensity and impact of its research.

The Office of the Vice-President of Research and Graduate Studies consulted widely with the research community, and additional input was sought from academic departments and individual faculty, staff, and students via a questionnaire.


Working group members

Justin Powlowski Associate Vice-President, Strategy and Operations
Heather Adams-Robinette Director, VPRGS Sector
Guylaine Beaudry University Librarian
Nadia Bhuiyan Professor, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Kathleen Boies Associate Professor, Department of Management
Michael Giesbrecht Undergraduate Student Representative, Senate Research Committee
Patrick Kelley Special Advisor to the President
Andrew Lang Director, Concordia International
Jason Lewis Associate Professor, Department of Design and Computational Arts
Jennifer McGrath Associate Professor, Department of Psychology 
Rebecca Waldie Graduate Student Representative, Senate Research Committee
Malcolm Whiteway Professor, Department of Biology
Paula Wood-Adams Dean of Graduate Studies

Note: The strategy will build on recommendations of the strategic directions Idea Group focused on research, along with feedback from the Concordia community submitted during phase one of the Strategic Directions process.

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