Published on 19 Sep 2019
This fall, Sentinel North invites its Université Laval community to take part in a series of workshops and training activities aimed at addressing the complex themes of its research program, while promoting the development of transversal skills.These activities are open to all (students, professors, researchers, professionals).
Unless specified otherwise, all trainings and workshops below will be in French.
Research collaboration and intellectual property
November 1st, 2019
This workshop aims to make researchers and research professionals aware of the pitfalls of research collaboration, information confidentiality and intellectual property.
For graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and professionals from all disciplines. This training is for anyone who needs to interact with external collaborators from the academic or private sectors.
Oral communication : delivering impactful presentations
October 25, 2019
This training aims to provide a solid foundation for anyone who wishes to communicate their research effectively. On the program : personalized advice, visual presentation, storytelling and stress management.
For grad students, postdoc fellows, professionals and professors of all disciplines from Université Laval.
Seminars : Open science in a connected world
October 9 and 23, November 7, 2019
Sentinel North is launching seminars about open science in a connected world to discuss the traditional way research is conducted and how to engage in open science at all levels : data, analysis, dissemination and education.
October 9, 2019 : Is our research replicable?
October 23, 2019 : "Open for whom? Equity in Open Knowledge"
November 7, 2019 : Research WITH indigenous communities : does it really work?
Coming in Winter 2020
Workshops on interdisciplinary collaboration, scientific redaction, research project management, participatory science, and several experiential trainings (internationa PhD Schools, bootcamp) will be announced. Stay tuned!
For more information about the Sentinel North training program, please contact :
Marie-France Gévry, Training programs coordinator
418-656-2131 ext. 8910