CARA Ontario Conference 2016

The Changing Landscape of Research Administration

The CARA Ontario 2016 Conference was held at The Chestnut Residence & Conference Centre in Toronto November 30-December 1, 2016. The conference was hosted by the University of Toronto and co-organized by McMaster University, Queen’s University, Sinai Health System, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, and University of Waterloo.


Event Details:

Selected presentations for the event have been made available to registrants. They can be found by clicking on the corresponding session on the schedule summary below. For additional information please contact the presenter or contact Research & Innovation.

Session Armoury Suite Terrace Room Colony Ballroom
1 Ethics Oversight for the Life of a Research Award (Guelph, Western, Waterloo) International Research Support Options Research Finance Communications
2 Graduate Students in Industry Research MITACS Tri-Agency Monitoring Reviews – Recent Experiences
3 Career Development: How to Navigate Your First 5 Years in Research Admin CFI Update Discussion (including Finance) Research Finance Roundtable 1: Tri-Agency Focus
Keynote Speaker: Professor Jim Fisher: Thoughtful Leadership
4 Administrative Burden in Canada Ontario Ministry of Research, Innovation, and Science (OMRIS) Update Procurement Added Value: Mitigating Risk
5 New Approaches to Industry Research Collaborations (SickKids, Seneca, Waterloo) Tri-Agency Panel: CIHR, NSERC, SSHRC [FR] (handout Handout [FR]) Research Finance Roundtable 2: Non Tri-Agency Focus
6 College University Collaborations Knowledge Mobilization, Entrepreneurship Research Communications 101: Challenges, Risks, and Successes


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