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Wednesday, November 1 • 08:30 - 12:00
The role of academic research in the development of highly qualified personnel/ Le rôle de la recherche universitaire dans le développement d’un personnel hautement qualifié
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The role of academic research in the development of highly qualified personnel hosted by Dr. Art McDonald and Dr. Daniel Woolf

The highly qualified personnel, identified as individuals with university degrees at the bachelors' level and above, end up being very valuable people for our society in general. The Fundamental Science Review demonstrated that Canada’s research competitiveness has been eroded by lack of support for individual researchers, and for Higher Education Research and Development there has been a decline in the proportion of federally derived funding.

Moderators
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Ted Hsu

Former Member, Canadian House of Commons
Ted Hsu (pronounced “shoe”) lives in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. A former Member of the Canadian House of Commons, Ted has also worked as a research physicist and business manager. He currently advocates for the place of science and innovation in government and society. With... Read More →

Speakers
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Cathleen Crudden

Tier 1 Chair in Metal Organic Chemistry, Queen's University
Cathleen Crudden was born in Belfast, N. Ireland to Patrick and Linda Crudden. Shortly thereafter, her family emmigrated to Canada, where they settled in Toronto and gave Cathleen two younger sisters, Mary and Sarah, and her only brother, Patrick. Cathleen grew up in Toronto attending... Read More →
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Dr. Marc Fortin

Vice-President, Research Partnerships Directorate, NSERC
Dr. Marc Fortin is the Assistant Deputy Minister (Science and Technology) (ADM(S&T)) of the Department of National Defence (DND) and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC). In his capacity as ADM(S&T), Dr. Fortin oversees DND's S&T investment... Read More →
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Dr. Art McDonald

Professor Emeritus, Queen’s University, Nobel Laureate (physics 2015)
Arthur B. McDonald Art McDonald, CC, O. Ont, O. N.S., FRS, FRSC, P. Eng, is a native of Sydney, N.S. Canada. He has degrees in physics from Dalhousie University (BSc, MSc) and Caltech (PhD) and twelve honorary degrees. From 1969-1982 he was a Research Officer at AECL Chalk River... Read More →
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Dr. Sean Mercer

Environmental R&D Program Leader, Imperial Oil
Sean Mercer is the Environmental R&D program leader within the Applied Process Research section of Sarnia Technology Applications & Research (STAR). STAR is one of Imperial’s two research facilities and is the largest facility of its kind in Canada. Sean began his career with Imperial... Read More →
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Dr. Lisa Powell

Distinguished Professor and Director, Health Policy and Administration, University of Illinois in Chicago
Lisa M. Powell, Ph.D. is a Distinguished Professor and Director in the Division Health Policy and Administration in the School of Public Health and Director of the Illinois Prevention Research Center in the Institute for Health Research and Policy at the University of Illinois at... Read More →
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Dan Sinai

Senior Executive, Innovation, IBM Canada
A graduate of the University of Waterloo, Dan has held various key research administration positions with both the Government of Ontario and the Government of Canada. He also has extensive R&D program and policy experience, and has worked for several high technology companies, including... Read More →
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Jesse Vincent-Herscovici

Acting Vice-President, Business Development, Mitacs Inc.
Jesse’s interest in evolutionary; neuro and organizational Psychology was the motivation behind his obtaining a graduate degree, while keeping one foot in the private sector. Through his involvement in a breadth of industries ranging from telecommunications and micro-electronic... Read More →
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Daniel Woolf

After earning his doctorate at Oxford University (DPhil’83), Dr. Woolf returned to Queen’s in 1984 as a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) postdoctoral fellow in history. His teaching career took him from Queen’s to Bishop’s University, before he joined... Read More →


Wednesday November 1, 2017 08:30 - 12:00
ROOM 209 Shaw Centre, 55 Colonel By Dr, Ottawa, ON K1N 9J2

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