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Public Presentation

By Dr. Colin Bradley

Candidate for Associate Vice-President Research

TOPIC:

“What should be done to improve the disciplinary and inter-disciplinary support UVic provides to help our researchers succeed.”

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Public Presentation

By Dr. Colin Bradley

Candidate for Associate Vice-President Research

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Public Presentation

By Dr. Colin Bradley

Candidate for Associate Vice-President Research

  • Graduate student recruitment and promotion.
  • Develop early stage career support for younger faculty.
  • Promote interdisciplinary research (IDR) initiatives.