Office of the Vice-President, Research & Innovation

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The University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies is proud to partner with the Office of the Vice-President, Research & Innovation (VPRI). The strategic partnership brings together the leadership of the VPRI and the School’s globally-recognized reputation in continuing education.

The VPRI plays an important role in supporting U of T as a top public research university in the world. Their mission is to create the most supportive environment possible so that researchers, innovators and learners can do what they do best — advance understanding and apply new knowledge.

To support the research and innovation community, together we offer a market-driven and industry-leading course in project management designed especially for research projects in academic, private sector and not-for-profit environments.

Project management – tailored for research – is a vital skill set. Whether you are a staff scientist, coordinate research, or are interested in a path to management and research leadership, this course is for you.

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Program Advisory Group

  • Dr. Christine Misquitta, Vice President of Administration and Communications, Centre for the Commercialization of Antibodies and Biologics
  • Prof. Don Jackson, Chair, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto
  • Dr. Judy Farvolden, Program Director, Transportation Research Institute, University of Toronto
  • Helen Lasthiotakis, Executive Director, Strategic Partnerships & Director, Office of the Vice-President Research & Innovation
  • Dr. Alison Paprica, Principal of Research Project Management (RPM), Assistant Professor, Institute for Health Policy, Management & Evaluation, University of Toronto; Project Management for Research Course Developer
  • Peter Monkhouse, School of Continuing Studies Instructor & Certificate Advisor; former Chair of the global Project Management Institute
  • Krissy Collins, Director, Academic Programs, School of Continuing Studies
  • Tino Corsetti, Associate Director, Learning Innovation, School of Continuing Studies
  • Lee McTavish, Program Director, Business Programs and Partnerships, School of Continuing Studies