Message from the Vice-Dean (Research) Dr. Wojtek Michalowski
Thank you for visiting the Telfer School research pages.
I hope that you will take this opportunity to learn more about what differentiates us as a research-intensive business school committed to delivering outstanding research-based graduate programs and an unrivalled graduate student experience.
Our graduate programs bring together excellence in research with relevance to practice. Prospective students who have in mind the M.Sc. in Management, the M.Sc. in Health Systems, or the Ph.D. in Management programs can expect to benefit from interactions with committed faculty and immersion in a vibrant, interdisciplinary research culture that will expose them to a variety of research paradigms.
We have established collaborations with researchers at other leading universities around the world, with the private sector, and government agencies. Through those connections, our students can learn from the best and gain valuable real-world experience.
While our innovative thinkers contribute to all management fields, what makes the Telfer School faculty distinct is our three strategic areas of expertise: Analytics and Performance, Health Systems Management, and Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
In addition to these areas, we do high impact research in Management and Marketing, in Finance and Accounting, and in Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management.
If you are a potential graduate student and would like to learn more about the impactful ideas developed at the Telfer School, I encourage you to explore our faculty profiles or visit the links to our research-based graduate programs.
̶ Wojtek Michalowski
An integral part of the research enterprise at the Telfer School, the Research Office fosters a research-friendly environment focused on the needs of its bilingual faculty and research graduate students. The Office advises the Dean, the Vice-Dean (Research), and the Faculty Council in regards to strategic planning and research areas of development; policy and funding programs; research partnerships; and research communications and outreach activities.
Contact the Research Office to discuss potential research ideas, projects and partnerships with Telfer researchers.
- Managing existing and creating new research funding programs;
- Advising applicants on grant funding opportunities from external funders and sponsors;
- Providing expert advice on ethics submissions;
- Liaising with funding agencies to increase the competitiveness of research projects.
- Planning, developing and implementing the School’s research communications strategy;
- Actively communicating Telfer research findings to the business community through specific outlets (publications, research news, reports, website, and events);
- Preparing a research annual report and contributing to benchmarking and accreditation documents.
Support to Graduate Students:
- Managing internal funding programs;
- Providing expert advice on scholarships and ethics applications;
- Organizing seminars and other events tailored to meet their academic needs.
Who we are
Lidiane, Research Knowledge Mobilization Officer, advances the knowledge dissemination goals of Telfer researchers, provides support for research graduate students and is responsible for ethics submissions. Drawing on his background in journalism and communications, she strives to showcase the contributions of Telfer research among external stakeholders and the business community.
Karine, Research Promotion Coordinator, is in charge of promoting the research activities and initiatives conducted by Telfer School of Management faculty through various outlets (Research Section in the Telfer School website, research news, events, and publications). She coordinates the research seminar series and other research events. She provides support to the Research Facilitator and the Vice Dean (Research) on various projects.
Anne-Julie, Manager, Research Enterprise, is in charge of all the facets of the Research Office including human resources, budgets, pre and post award management, marketing and promotion, and interface with the Graduate Office. She develops and implements medium to long-term strategies in relation to academic and non-academic funding opportunities, partnership development, research communications and outreach activities, with a view to increase research intensity and maintain a world-class research enterprise.