From Scratch: Establishing an Office and Building a Culture ...

From Scratch: Establishing an Office and Building a Culture ...

From Scratch: Establishing an Office and Building a Culture for Research and Innovation Mary Butler, VP College and Community Development, NBCC TM Presentation for Research in Colleges: Challenges and Opportunities Policy Research Symposium Toronto, Ontario September 30, 2015 New Brunswick Community Colleges Act, 2010 New Structure, VP College and Community Development Imagine the Possibilities, NBCCs Strategic Commitments, 2012-2017 Support Collaboration Partnership Collaboration Partnership Reorganization

Support Feb 28, 2012 NSERC Eligibility Establishment of Feb 14, 2012 Research Office National Research with Director Council Aug 20, June 2012 2012 Opportunity struck! August 2012 Industry Consultation September 2012 National Chair Search October 2012 Application Due

NSERC Industrial Research Chair in Mobile First Technology Engagement from the outside, in Early Priority: Partnership Workshop (Springboard, NSERC) 55 participants 38 organizations represented Engagement from the inside, out Mobile Ideaspace (NSERC, NBCC) In all six Campus Regions Mechatronics Workshop (NBCC) 75 participants, 10 were students App Development Webinars (Agora Mobile, NBCC) 3 webinars, # Participants Building a Culture Through Education and Awareness Establish integrated team processes for application, approval and support (2012)

Meeting F2F (Lunch and Learns, Regional Leadership Teams, Industry Partners, etc.) (2012, 2013, 2014) Summer Institute for staff development (2013, 2014) Faculty Professional Development; Curriculum Integration (2015) Overcoming Challenges and Fostering Growth "DiffusionOfInnovation". Licensed under CC BY 2.5 via Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:DiffusionOfInnovation.png#/media/File:DiffusionOfInnovation.png Academic Year NBCC Applied Research and Innovation Report Card 3 years old & growing up fast!

2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 Number of research projects 15 24 22 Number of industry partners involved 14 18 21 Number of students engaged 26 228

226 Number of staffengaged 17 19 34 148 137 521 Amount of grant funding awarded $229,000 $395,197 $615,732 Amount of revenue earned[1] $201,022 $279,403

$607,176 1 : -0.15 1 : 0.29 1 : 1.92 Number of event participants Ratio of investment to revenue[2] [1] Fundi ng reported by fis cal yea r i ncl udes res ea rch revenue as per note 11 of Audi ted Fi nanci al Sta tements pl us fundi ng recei ved from Government of New Bruns wi ck. [2] Ra tio of NBCCs i nves tment i n ARI to externa l grant funds recei ved. Colleges and Institutes Canada Investment* Private Sector Federal government Colleges and institutes Provincial/territorial governments International partners unknown Foundations Community service organizations Municipal governments Total Investment

Partnerships with companies Social innovation research partners unknown Research centres Faculty engaged in applied research Student participation Areas of specialization NSERC eligible institutions SSHRC eligible institutions CIHR eligible institutions Research networks Partnerships with universities 2009-10 $45,000,000 $28,000,000 $35,000,000 2010-11 $50,300,000 $33,700,000 $38,000,000 2011-12 $59,400,000 $72,000,000 $38,000,000

2012-13 $72,000,000 $71,400,000 $49,200,000 2013-14 $78,300,000 $85,100,000 $52,100,000 Variance 74% 204% 49% $29,000,000 $29,700,000 $44,000,000 $36,345,000 $40,000,000 38% unknown $840,000

$295,000 $1,373,000 $1,533,000 $730,000 $3,500,000 $587,000 $865,000 $2,100,000 66% 150% $168,000 unknown $138,008,000 $319,000 unknown $153,687,000 $831,100 $533,000 $217,027,100 $407,000

$313,000 $233,752,000 $792,000 $182,000 $259,439,000 371% -66% 88% 3,795 4,444 4,586 5,444 5,633 48% unknown 196 289 305

338 387 821 489 693 670 140% 242% 1,196 8,329 304 64 unknown 0 137 unknown 1,606 13,585 447 84 38 0 137 unknown

1,774 24,108 524 92 55 1 171 unknown 2,298 29,356 654 96 59 3 232 62 2,491 32,093 1,083 102 64 3 306 89 108%

285% 256% 59% 68% 200% 123% 44% Imagining the Possibilities Partnership (Federal) Collaboration (Provincial / Regional) Support (College, post-secondary institutions) Thanks! Mary Butler Vice President College and Community Development New Brunswick Community College Office: 506-453-8624 Email: [email protected] Twitter: @maryb_NBCC

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