We are excited to announce our guest MC and judge panel for Applied Research & Innovation Day this April 6, 2017!
Ace Burpee will be our MC for the luncheon! He is currently the host of The Ace Burpee Show on 103.1 Virgin Radio.
Ace is a recipient of an Honorary Diploma from Red River College, a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his service to our community, he is the recipient of a Hero of Mental Health Award from the Canadian Mental Health Association, he has received a Volunteer Manitoba Award for Outstanding Community Leadership, was recognized as Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser by the Association of Fundraising Professionals of Manitoba and also named a Manitoba Hero. He is proudly from Cooks Creek Manitoba.
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Concurrent Forum Descriptions
We are excited to welcome you to the afternoon concurrent forums taking place on April 6, 2017, as part of Red River College’s first-annual Applied Research & Innovation Day. Read on.
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Register Now! Applied Research & Innovation Day Taking Flight
Dozens of industry leaders, students, instructors and researchers will be gathering at Red River College’s (RRC) first-annual Applied Research & Innovation Day on April 6 to celebrate student applied research and research partnerships.
The day will feature keynote speaker Todd Burns, President of Cypher Environmental Ltd., along with a showcase of student work, tours of cutting-edge research facilities, a networking luncheon and forums on pressing topics of the day.
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Organizers of the Red River College inaugural Applied Research & Innovation Day on April 6 are now accepting student project submissions, giving students an opportunity to share their work, network with industry participants and win cash prizes!
The student registration deadline is March 3, 2017.
Student Registration and Submission Details Here.
Why should students participate?
- Showcase your capabilities to industry and community stakeholders
- Exposure to potential employers and partners
- Over $3,000 in cash prizes for top projects
- Any project in which a student was meaningfully involved can qualify (accepting projects by current students or graduates from 2015 onward)
- Top projects selected by panel and some will have opportunity to present at our industry luncheon
CONTACT: If you have any follow up questions, please contact Brent Wennekes at bwennekes@RRC.CA.