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ABOUT HUMBER APPLIED RESEARCH & INNOVATION

Applied research is…

 

the systematic and original investigation of a problem, need, or new entrepreneurial opportunity with practical implications identified by an industry or community organization with a goal of achieving a measurable and practical outcome.

FEATURED PROJECTS

Humber Applied Research & Innovation helps faculty and student research teams collaborate with industry and community partners in order to help solve specific problems.

 

Whether it’s building a prototype, or coding a new business’s website, or discovering the most efficient method for a company to reach its clients – a team of student research assistants works with a faculty member and industry or community partners to create and innovate. Applied Research & Innovation works with faculty and students in all eight of Humber’s schools to provide opportunities for students to apply classroom skills towards measureable and practical outcomes.

Applied Research & Innovation (ARI) standard operating procedures (SOPs) guide responsible and ethical research and innovation activity at Humber. Canada’s federal research and innovation granting agencies (i.e. the Tri-Agency) are committed to fostering and maintaining an environment that supports the responsible conduct of research. As an institution that is eligible for Tri-Agency funding, Humber, and by extension all Humber researchers, is bound by agreements that govern, support, and promote positive research environments. The information in these SOPs reflects Humber’s obligation to comply with these agreements for management and administration of funding for research and innovation projects, as well as internal policies and best practices that have been established to promote effective research operations.

 

For more information, contact:

Krista Holmes
Associate Dean
(416) 675-6622 ext. 5721
krista.holmes@humber.ca

Humber Applied Research & Innovation helps faculty and student research teams collaborate with industry and community partners in order to help solve specific problems.

 

Whether it’s building a prototype, or coding a new business’s website, or discovering the most efficient method for a company to reach its clients – a team of student research assistants works with a faculty member and industry or community partners to create and innovate. Applied Research & Innovation works with faculty and students in all eight of Humber’s schools to provide opportunities for students to apply classroom skills towards measureable and practical outcomes.

Applied Research & Innovation (ARI) standard operating procedures (SOPs) guide responsible and ethical research and innovation activity at Humber. Canada’s federal research and innovation granting agencies (i.e. the Tri-Agency) are committed to fostering and maintaining an environment that supports the responsible conduct of research. As an institution that is eligible for Tri-Agency funding, Humber, and by extension all Humber researchers, is bound by agreements that govern, support, and promote positive research environments. The information in these SOPs reflects Humber’s obligation to comply with these agreements for management and administration of funding for research and innovation projects, as well as internal policies and best practices that have been established to promote effective research operations.

 

For more information, contact:

Krista Holmes
Associate Dean
(416) 675-6622 ext. 5721
krista.holmes@humber.ca

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