Professional Development

Information Session for the Mitacs Elevate Program

July 04, 2014
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Do you have a PhD? Interested in participating in the Mitacs Elevate program?

Mitacs Elevate provides funding support to enable postdoctoral fellows to work and collaborate with Canadian companies and partners towards cutting-edge research projects: "In addition to a $115,000 research award over two years, fellows receive top-tier R&D management training valued at $15,000 (non-cash value) that will build their management skills and help them develop as R&D leaders."

Come to an information session with Sang Mah, Director, Strategic Accounts & Business Development, Mitacs Inc to learn more about this program how to apply for the current Elevate request for proposals.

This session will take place July 11, 2–3:30 pm, BLU 10655, Burnaby campus.

REGISTER here to attend.

NOTE: the Letter of Intent for the upcoming summer intake of the Elevate program is due August 6. A complete package is due August 19.

 

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