cartoon representation of survey on clipboardAn anonymous survey seeks campus perspectives on the role of the Vice-President, Research & Innovation.

Survey to consult on role of vice-president for research and innovation

The consultation team responsible for exploring campus perspectives on the role of the Vice-President, Research & Innovation, is seeking the feedback of the UWindsor community.

K.W. Michael Siu’s second term in the role will end in the fall, and this consultation will help inform the process to appoint his successor as well as future directions for the office.

UWindsor president Robert Gordon notes that the results will be incorporated into the University’s strategic planning process.

“The landscape of research and innovation in universities is constantly evolving,” says Dr. Gordon. “This is an opportune time for us to hear from our community on future directions and the changing priorities and needs of scholars across campus.”

Faculty, students, and staff may share their perspectives via an anonymous survey, which will be available until 4 p.m. Jan. 21. The team consulted the Research Ethics Board which determined that this survey is exempt from its review.

Direct questions or additional comments regarding the consultation process to Kate Hargreaves at

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