This section of the Royal Roads University (RRU) research site fulfils the requirements for compliance with the public accountability and transparency requirements set out by the Canada Research Chairs (CRC) program. The principles within this page, the EDI action plan, and the RRU accountability and transparency page are in accord with the RRU diversity statement.
The four federally designated groups (FDGs) as set out by the Tri-agency Institutional Programs Secretariat (TIPS) are: women, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities. RRU’s equity targets and gaps for each of the FDGs are fewer than 5, and have therefore been withheld to protect the privacy of the chairholders. RRU currently has five allocations, four of which have been filled and one that is currently unfilled. The filled chairs are held by:
Dr. Brian Belcher, CRC in Sustainability Research Effectiveness
Term start: 04-30-2013
Term end: 03-31-2020
Dr. Ash Prasad, CRC in Innovative Organizational Practice
Term start: 12-01-2016
Term end: 11-30-2021
Dr. Phillip Vannini, CRC in Innovative Learning and Public Ethnography
Term start: 02-01-2011
Term end: 01-31-2021
Dr. George Veletsianos, CRC in Innovative Learning and Technology
Term start: 09-01-2013
Term end: 08-31-2023
The policies which govern the staffing of Canada Research Chair positions at RRU can be found on the Human Resources: Policies and Procedures page.
Concerns related to equity, diversity and inclusion
Concerns related to equity, diversity and inclusion should be directed to:
Lisa Robinson, Associate Director, Human Resources
Gina Williams, HR Consultant, Human Resources
Deborah Zornes, Director, Research Services
Gwen Hill, Research Development Coordinator, Research Services
- or by e-mail to Human Resources and/or Research Services. Concerns received by the institution are monitored and addressed by Human Resources, and reported to the Vice President Research, International, Marketing, and Business Development as appropriate.