Reversing the Canadian brain drain

July 24, 2013 at 4:19 pm Leave a comment

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Mitacs Globalink is now accepting professor projects in all disciplines for Mitacs Globalink 2014. After submitting projects to Mitacs, professors are matched with a top undergraduate student on a 12-week project. For examples of past Globalink placements and success stories, we encourage you to visit the Globalink Student and Faculty Profiles. For additional program information and benefits for Canadian faculty, please visit the Information for Canadian Faculty web page.

If you are interested in submitting a project to be matched with a Globalink Research Intern in summer 2014, please visit the Globalink Faculty Application page or contact globalink@mitacs.ca.

More on the Global Link program in the Victoria News.

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