The Canada research chairs (CRC) program is committed to excellence in research and research training. Trent University shares this commitment and boasts a significant number of highly engaged CRCs.
The CRC program seeks to:
- Strengthen research excellence in Canada
- Increase the country’s research capacity by attracting and retaining the best researchers
- Improve the training of highly qualified personnel through research
- Improve universities' capacity to generate and apply new knowledge
- Promote the best possible use of research resources through strategic institutional planning and collaboration among institutions and between sectors.
Trent University Canada Research Chairs
CRC Vacancies at Trent
There are currently no CRC vacancies.
Trent's Past CRCs
- Julian Aherne, Environmental Modelling
- James Conolly, Archaeological Studies
- Céline Guéguen, Aquatic Sciences and Biogeochemistry
- Eric Helleiner, International Political Economy
- Marrie Mumford, Aboriginal Arts and Literatures
- Bryan Palmer, Canadian Studies
- Davide Panagia, Cultural Studies
- James Parker, Emotion and Health
- Mehdi Sharifi, Sustainable Agriculture
- Mark Skinner, Rural Aging, Health and Social Care
- Aaron Slepkov, Physics of Biomaterials
- Brad White, Conservation Genetics and Biodiversity
- Carol Williams, Feminist and Gender Studies
- Paul Wilson, DNA Profiling, Functional Genomics and Forensic Sciences
Learn more about the CRC program.
CRC Standard Operating Procedures: Standard Operating Procedures for Allocating Canada Research Chairs at Trent and Standard Operating Procedures for Nominating Canada Research Chairs at Trent