Interested in learning more about the feedback from the York community with respect to the new Strategic Research Plan? Want to learn more about the draft themes describing the scope of research at York?
Join Vice-President Research & Innovation Robert Haché for an open forum to learn more about the development of the University’s Strategic Research Plan 2013 – 2018. During the Open Forum, Haché will be reporting back to the community about the feedback from the consultations to date, as well as initiating a discussion of draft themes describing the scope of research at York.
“I am pleased to report that we have engaged almost 1100 members of the York community in the Strategic Research Plan consultations to date. This open forum will provide an opportunity for us to share some of the feedback that we have received and to seek new input from the community on the draft themes aiming to describe the scope of research at York,” said Haché. “We will be seeking input and feedback from the York community in helping to refine the draft themes as we continue to work towards the development of the new Strategic Research Plan, which will shape the future of York research over the next five years.”
The open forum will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 20 from 10 am to 12 pm in the Senate Chamber, N940, Ross Building. The audience will have an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback on the draft themes and development of the new plan. All students, faculty, and staff are welcome. To RSVP for this event, click here.
Haché will be joined by the Strategic Research Plan facilitators: Gary Miller, instructor in the MBA Program at the Schulich School of Business, as well as at the Schulich Executive Education Centre and Celia Haig-Brown, professor in the Faculty of Education.
The open forum will also be available via webcast on the Strategic Research Plan website, or questions can be sent in advance by clicking here and via Twitter using the hashtag #yuresearchplan.
Republished courtesy of YFile– York University’s daily e-bulletin to research stories on the research website.