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Centre Scientist

A ‘Centre Scientist’ is an individual who devotes a substantial amount, two or more days per week, of her or his time to leading an area of programmatic research and playing a leadership and mentoring role in CERI activities. The protected time results from a negotiated agreement with the individual’s home department in the form of, for example, release from teaching or other departmental responsibilities to allow for focused research activity. It is expected that a Centre Scientist holds a PhD in a field relevant to their program of research. The Centre Scientist designation will be determined in consultation with the relevant Faculty Dean/Associate/Vice Dean or Department/Division Chair/Chief.

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