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University launches five-year Strategic Research Plan
Posted: January 11, 2017 10:30 a.m.
Strategic Research Plan 2016-2021. "We will strengthen the already rich research enterprise on our campus" - Dr. David Malloy, Vice-President (Research).
Today the University of Regina launched its five-year Strategic Research Plan 2016-2021, which will guide the University’s research endeavours over the next five-years.
As stated in the document, the vision of the plan is to ensure that the University of Regina “develop[s] and maintain[s] a supportive and diverse research environment and a culture of excellence for all scholars.”
The Strategic Research Plan (SRP) has also been developed to align with the overall institutional plan, University of Regina 2015-2020 Strategic Plan peya aski kikawinawaw.
|Dr. David Malloy, Vice-President (Research). U of R Photography|
Dr. David Malloy, Vice-President (Research), led the group who designed the SRP, and says he is proud of the work that went into developing this plan that will enrich the University’s research community.
“The Strategic Research Plan is the product of outstanding contributions and commitment from committee members and the feedback and engagement of the University of Regina campus community as a whole.”
Malloy says the plan makes clear that it is through our research that we serve our communities.
“The SRP also renews the institutions commitment to our five research clusters, our graduate students, to Indigenization, and to the balanced portfolio of research impact,” says Malloy. “This balanced portfolio recognizes the diversity of impact to which our scholars contribute – from traditional methods such as papers, books, and grants to social, cultural, economic, and policy impact.”
The Strategic Research Plan identifies six main strategic research objectives to be achieved over the next five years:
• Strengthen support required for students and researchers to deliver high impact outcomes.
• Advance the profile and awareness of research successes locally, provincially, nationally and internationally.
• Increase research partnerships and projects with First Nations and Métis people, communities and organizations, including First Nations University of Canada.
• Develop and implement processes, procedures and tools to help ensure the University’s strategic research plan is actualized.
• Increase research revenues.
• Facilitate and support high quality research with dissemination practices including public engagement.
“Through the implementation of this plan, we will strengthen the already rich research enterprise on our campus, and help to make the University of Regina a leader locally, nationally and internationally,” says Malloy.
To view the plan please visit here.