Join us at the inaugural conference of the North American Center for Collaborative Development’s “Connecting Indigenous peoples in North America: Crafting a community of shared knowledge” conference.
The conference is hosted by First Nations University of Canada in Regina, on June 12–13, 2017.
Grad students: Join us on June 8, 2017, for a two-hour webinar and explore career options after your social sciences or humanities degree.
The workshop is aimed at graduate students in the social sciences and the humanities (SSH) who are interested in career opportunities outside academia or want to apply their research in a collaborative internship or fellowship with a partner organization. It will challenge participants’ perceptions about the value of SSH research and degrees, provide tools, techniques, and resources, such as Mitacs, to help them identify viable projects and internship prospects outside their universities.
Join us for a celebration of Canadian innovation.
For one evening only, members of the entrepreneur, innovation, and academic communities will join government representatives, policy makers, and industry leaders, to celebrate the outstanding accomplishments of Mitacs entrepreneurs.
Join us at the Canadian Political Science Association’s (CPSA) 3MT® competition on June 1, 2017, in Toronto.
We’re a proud sponsor of this year’s 3MT® competition, where participants have three minutes to present their graduate research to non-specialist judges.
Companies in the Montreal area: learn about funding trends and resources available to support and grow your businesses.
Connect with funders, industry experts, advisors and entrepreneurs at the 2017 Fundica Roadshow presented by Sid Lee & Immersion on June 2, 2017, in Montreal.
Join us at the Mitacs panel in Toronto on May 31, 2017.
The federal government is committed to ensuring that research is factored into the policy-making process, and even created the role of Chief Science Advisor to prove it — but what does this all mean for the social sciences and humanities (SSH)?
Graduate students: Join us at the Congress Career Corner on May 31, 2017, in Toronto.
The workshop is aimed at social sciences and humanities (SSH) graduate students who are interested in career opportunities outside academia or want to apply their research in a collaborative internship or fellowship with a partner organization.
Great research matters. How you tell its story is just as important
Join us for a Congress highlight at Ryerson University: the SSHRC Storytellers Showcase.
Mark your calendars for the 86th annual Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences.
Join us at the largest gathering of academics, researchers, and policy makers to build the partnerships that will shape our futures.
Join us at the Concordia Software Engineering Research Center Meeting on May 17, 2017, in Montreal.
Get to know the industry and the funding agencies. The academia-industry R&D networking event will also have presentations from Concordia NSERC researchers, industry, and the research funding agencies NSERC, Mitacs, and Prompt-Quebec.