Mentorship as a winning element in research and economic development
How inspiring by example is a precious part of the educational process and essential to recruiting and developing the next generation of researchers.
At this online event, we asked “What are the key ingredients to inspire the next generation of researchers to succeed?” Attendees heard how the bond between researchers and their students is critical to developing a highly skilled workforce in areas such as health and electric-car batteries.
The panel included a conversation with four distinguished researchers:
Vice-Rector of Research, Discovery, Creation and Innovation, Université de Montréal
Research assistant, Centre de recherche du CHUM
Principal Investigator, NSERC/Tesla Canada Alliance Grant, Dalhousie University
PhD candidate in chemistry, Dalhousie University
Roseann O’Reilly Runte
President and CEO of the CFI
Officials also reported on the 2021-22 activities at the CFI.
Annual report 2021-22