HQP Research & Collaborative Exchange Fund

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Students and Dr.Brian Branfireun at the BioTron lab at Western University

The purpose of the HQP Travel Fund is:

  • To foster collaboration amongst
    CNAES members, with the aim of connecting Projects and Themes;
  • To facilitate the sharing of knowledge and skills;
  • To enable the sharing of equipment and tools;
  • To enhance HQP training opportunities and knowledge transfer

As of September 2016, the following items will be considered for funding under the HQP Travel Fund to enhance HQP training opportunities and knowledge transfer:

  • Exchanges to both CNAES and non-CNAES labs/agencies
  • Extended exchanges (e.g. several weeks) to CNAES or non-CNAES labs/agencies
  • Travel for HQP-led symposiums or workshops
  • Professional training courses, workshops, or meetings
  • Conference/Workshop/Meeting travel

Please see the document below for details regarding eligibility, terms and conditions.

We are accepting applications for activities that will occur between now and June 2018. Applications  will be reviewed on an on-going basis. We will prioritize all applications received by November 1, 2017.
Note: The CNAES Science Committee will aim to process applications within 10-business days.

Eligibility, Terms & Conditions, and Application Instructions , revised September 2017

Application Form A (for Exchanges only)

Application Form B (for all other proposed activities)

 

Check out the reports from past HQP Exchanges below:

Marta Zaffaroni and Patrizia Zamberletti at ASLO 2017 Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Hawaii

Kelli Charbonneau, (MSc Candidate, Theme II.3) visited Dave Kreutzweiser’s Lab at the Great Lakes Forestry Centre (GLFC) in Sault Ste. Marie, ON. Visit Report

Dalal Hanna (PhD candidate, Theme III) attended the Natural Capital Symposium, Stanford University, California. Visit Report

Marta Zaffaroni (MSc candidate, Theme II) attended the ASLO 2017 conference, Hawaii: Visit Report

Patrizia Zamberletti (MSc candidate, Theme II) attended the ASLO 2017 conference, Hawaii: Visit Report

Francesco Accatino (PDF, Theme II) visits Alberta Innovates, Edmonton: Visit Report

Maitane Erdozain (PhD candidate, Theme II) visits the Richardson Lab at University of British Columbia: Visit Report

Camille Ouellet Dallaire (PhD candidate, Theme III) visits the Creed Lab at Western University:  Visit Report

Alex Yeung (PhD Candidate, Theme II) visits the Canadian Forest Service in Sault Ste Marie: Visit Report

Karl Lamothe (PhD Candidate, Theme III) visits the Living with Lakes Centre at Laurentian University: Visit Report

Camille Ouellet Dallaire (PhD candidate, Theme III) visits the Melles Lab (Ryerson University) and Shuter Lab (University of Toronto) in Toronto: Visit Report

Kristin Daoust (MSc candidate, Theme II) visits the Gergel Lab at University of British Columbia: Visit Report

Dalal Hanna (PhD candidate, Theme III) visits the Gergel Lab at University of British Columbia: Visit Report

Gretchen Lescord (PhD candidate, Theme I) and Jasmine Louste-Fillion (BSc candidate, Theme I), visit the Biotron Facility at Western University: Visit Report

Vanessa Bourne (MSc candidate, Theme I) visits the Ontario Ministry of Environment & Climate Change in Toronto: Visit Report

Maitane Erdozain (PhD candidate, Theme II) visits the Canadian Forest Service in Sault Ste Marie: Visit Report

Vanessa Bourne (MSc candidate, Theme I) participates in the Fluvial Ecology Course aboard the Lampsillis research vessel: Visit Report

Sonja Teichert (PDF, Theme II) participates in the Biomass North Forum and AGM: Visit Report

2.2 Maitane

 

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