Want to have your say about the development of York’s new Strategic Research Plan?
Vice-President Research & Innovation Robert Haché invites the York University community to share their thoughts and perceptions with respect to research at York by participating in an online survey as part of the broader consultation process. The data gathered will help to inform the development of the new Strategic Research Plan: 2013-2018.
The survey seeks input on the importance of various forms of research support, explores the core research values at York, the availability of research tools and infrastructure, and other research-related information. All members of the York University community are invited to participate and responses will remain confidential.
“The online survey provides members of the York community with an additional opportunity to share their thoughts and feedback in a manner that is convenient and easily accessible,” said Haché. “One of our goals for the Strategic Research Planning consultation process is to ensure that all members of the York University community have an opportunity to engage. I encourage all members of the York community to participate in the consultation process. We are interested in hearing your thoughts and suggestions about the development of the new plan.”
To participate in the survey, click here.
Strategic Research Plan Consultation workshops are scheduled for Oct. 26 and Nov. 1. The workshops are open to all members of the York University community and seek to engage the research community in examining York’s core values with respect to research, probing our perceptions and seeking to prioritize our commitments to the support of research.
To register, click here.
Members of the York community can also drop in to have a discussion about the development of the new Strategic Research Plan with Haché during community chats. To view the schedule, click here.
Republished courtesy of YFile– York University’s daily e-bulletin to research stories on the research website.