Activities

Managing a University Professor’s Tasks

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The professor will explain tasks required of a university professor, followed by how to conduct a research project, by using a specific example: where to find funding through various funding sources for academic projects, public funding programs, private partners, etc.

He will then discuss the process of hiring students and supervising them from both an educational and an achievement perspective.

Speaker :

Michel Vaillancourt, Eng. Ph.D.

Associate Professor at École de technologie Supérieure (ÉTS).

Mr. Vaillancourt has been teaching at the ÉTS since July 2012. He completed his Ph.D. in November 2004. He has a specialised degree in road engineering. He worked in the construction and road engineering industries from 2004 to 2012. Designing the Highway 30 extension (from 2007 to 2012) from Châteauguay to Vaudreuil is one of his greatest professional accomplishments. As a researcher, he mainly conducts research on the design and sizing of new roads, assessment and restoration of existing roads, infrastructure and road materials. He is currently working on incorporating post-consumer glass into road structures.

Déroulement

Réseautage 17h00 à 17h30

Conférence 17h30 à 19h00

Aucun remboursement 5 jours ouvrables de l'événement

 

 

 

 

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Managing a University Professor’s Tasks

Type of activity : Community of practice construction
Date : 10 april 2017
Time : 17:00 to 19:00
Price
PMI-Montreal members$ 10.00
Non members$ 20.00
student price$ 10.00
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