Mitacs Programs Information Session for Faculty- Accelerate, Elevate and Globalink

Updated Information
  • RSVPs still being accepted for this session.
DateLocationNotes
Thursday June 1, 2017 1:00pm to 2:30pm
University Centre, Room 441 (4th Floor via North Elevators)

Agenda

  • 1:00 - 1:10pm: Welcome remarks - Office of Research Services
  • 1:10 - 2:10pm: Presentation of Accelerate, Elevate and Globalink programs - Rebecca Bourque, MITACS
  • 2:10 - 2:30pm: Q & A – Group Discussion
  • 2:30pm: Closing remarks -  Office of Research Services

Description

Thank you to those who have RSVP'd to attend this information session - we look forward to seeing you on June 1st! We are still accepting RSVPs.  Please RSVP to Carolyn Dowling-Osborn, Office of Research Services, at dowlingo@uoguelph.ca and mention the particular program you are interested in (if applicable) and any questions you already have in your email. 

The Mitacs Program Information Session aims to introduce faculty to the following key programs offered year-round:

  • Accelerate – Build research partnerships with industry while funding your grad students and postdocs.
  • Elevate – Establish long-term industry collaborations that support postdoctoral research management skills and career development. Access customized training and $110,000 in competitive funding for your talented research leaders.
  • Globalink – Fund your students’ research abroad and work with talented international undergrads. Globalink offers two-way mobility for senior undergrads and grad students.

This information session is for faculty only and will include a presentation on all three programs followed by a Q&A period with Mitacs personnel.

Please note: Student information sessions will be planned for Fall 2017.

Attachment(s)

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PDF icon Mitacs Elevate Program Guide552.07 KB
PDF icon Mitacs Accelerate Guide for Profressors203.14 KB
PDF icon Globalink Orientation Guide558.42 KB
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