Greenfield Research and Innovation Fund - Information Session

12:00 P.M. - 1:00 P.M.

Event Type: Grant
Location: Virtual Sessions
Fee: Free

Researchers: Join us for an information session to learn more about the new NSERC Greenfield R&I grants. These grants will build on applied research (AR) and strengthen our regional partnerships to respond to the health, economic and environmental crises brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change. College researchers will lead these multi-partnered initiatives in collaboration with the private sector, public sector, or not-for-profit organizations based in Canada, while encouraging partnerships with universities and other colleges. In association with regional partners, the Greenfield R&I grants will develop impactful programs that engage underrepresented communities in research and provide enhanced training to students and emerging researchers (ER).

Facilitator Bio

Dr. Tania Massa Humber College's Associate Dean, Applied Research and Innovation, will be co-leading this session. As an innovation program management expert, she has extensive experience in designing, operating, strategically planning and closing out over 30 complex innovation programs resulting in novel delivery models, innovation procurement, technology adoption, economic and talent development in public and private sectors. Shenique Turner has worked in the public sector including universities and government organizations for several years. She enjoys nature and advancing environmental policy initiatives. Shenique holds a Master’s in Public Policy and Administration from Toronto Metropolitan University, post graduate certificate in Project Management-Environmental from Seneca College and a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies from York University. Juan Felipe Garcia An engineer by education, Felipe attained his bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Los Andes, Colombia, in 2018. His desire to pursue Project Management and his enthusiasm to explore the world beyond Colombia landed him in Canada in December 2019. He then acquired his post-graduate certificate in Project Management from Centennial College School of Business, Ontario, in 2020.