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  1. Title of Proposed Canada Research Chair:
  2. Home Department of Proposed Canada Research Chair:
  3. Granting Agency:
    • CIHR
    • NSERC
    • SSHRC
  4. Type of Chair:
    • Tier I
    • Tier II
  5. Strategic Research Plan Cluster:
    • Culture and Society
    • Economics, Markets and Management
    • Environment
    • Governance and Policy
    • Health and Well-Being
  6. Description of the Chair:
  7. Outline how the proposed Chair fits with Laurier’s Strategic Research Plan:
  8. Outline how the proposed Chair fits with Laurier’s Strategic Academic Plan:
  9. Indicate the need for, and the opportunity to build, “critical mass” in the proposed research theme:
  10. Describe the quality of the unit’s existing or planned environment, including opportunities for collaborations with other researchers working in the same unit, in other units at Laurier, as well as collaborations within Canada and abroad:
  11. Outline the potential for graduate and postdoctoral training:
  12. Outline the unit’s expectations for research leadership:
  13. Outline the support the unit will provide the incumbent during their term as chairholder and how the unit will support the incumbent at the end of their term as a chairholder:

Note: Through the CRC reallocation process, funding from the CRC program can be terminated at any point during a chairholder’s tenure. A unit must be prepared to support the chairholder in the event of a reallocation.

Charity Parr-Vasquez, Director, Office of Research Services

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