Priorities, Policies, and Opportunities in US-Canadian Science Collaboration - November 2018

This roundtable discussion kicked off with a presentation on U.S. science priorities and policies and opportunities for U.S.-Canadian research collaborations. Currently an Embassy Science Fellow in Ottawa, Dr. Claire Hemingway is a program director at the National Science Foundation (NSF).

At NSF she handles engagement with Canada and China and manages a new program to support international network to network collaborations. She highlighted several international programs at NSF before an open discussion on opportunities to further strengthen the robust research connections between the U.S. and Canada.


Speaker's bios (PDF file)


Event photos (Facebook album)

Session Chair and Moderator

Dr. Monica Gattinger, Director, Institute for Science, Society and Policy, University of Ottawa

Opening Remarks

Andrew Grosvenor, Senior Project Officer, Office of International Research, University of Ottawa

Keynote speaker

Dr. Claire Hemingway, Program Officer, Office of International Science and Engineering, National Science Foundation (NSF) (PDF file)

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