A strategic research plan identifies an institution’s top research strengths and emerging strengths, and sets the direction for further developing these strengths. Led by Jonathan Newman, Laurier’s vice-president: research, the Office of Research Services is currently working with faculties and research centres to develop a new strategic research plan that will build on the gains produced by Laurier’s 2014-2019 Strategic Research Plan.
The new strategic research plan will reflect, in broad measure, our existing and emerging research profile and the strengths, interests and objectives within the Laurier community. In addition to highlighting areas of research focus, the clusters of research strengths provide a lens through which interdisciplinary and community collaboration comes into sharper focus.
This new strategic research plan will continue our commitment to supporting outstanding and growing areas of research strength at Laurier. It will also continue Laurier’s commitment to strategically supporting, growing and maintaining a community of research excellence at Laurier.
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