CCR Summit: What’s needed and what’s next for Canada’s research community: A summit for scientists/researchers working in or outside of academia.
May 6-7, 2019 – Hilton Garden Inn, Ottawa
Powerpoint Presentations and Summary available below.
The Canadian Consortium for Research (CCR), in collaboration with the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA), was pleased to host a 2-day Summit – What’s needed and what’s next for Canada’s research community: A summit for scientists/researchers working in or outside of academia. Dr. David Naylor, Chair of the panel convened to review fundamental science in Canada, kicked off the Summit with a Keynote Address and Townhall Discussion on the state of fundamental science in Canada. Delegates then participated in break out sessions focused on the academic work environment, training our next generation for careers outside of academia, and impact/outcome measures in academia and science. The afternoon of the second day was devoted to a meeting of the psychology-specific attendees only.
KEYNOTE PLENARY ADDRESS: Update on Status of Fundamental Research in Canada
Dr. David Naylor: Chair, Fundamental Science Review Panel
SESSION 1: IDENTIFYING THE ISSUES: Overview of #PhDs and Academics in Canada
Dr. James Compton, CAUT Past President