Performance Measurement and Reporting
The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) are committed to demonstrating results to Canadians for the funds invested through the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships (Vanier CGS) program. Therefore, processes for monitoring progress and appropriate use of funds, as well as for performance measurement and program evaluation, are in place.
Vanier Scholars will be expected to:
- contribute to the review and evaluation of the program and associated policies and processes by participating in evaluation studies, surveys, workshops and audits.
- provide data and/or reports upon request, to assess progress and outcomes during and after the tenure of the award.
- contribute to trajectory studies to assess long-term impact of the program.
Vanier Scholars must complete an end-of-award report in order to measure the performance of the program. This will also be used, with their consent, to highlight "success stories".
The Vanier Banting Secretariat routinely publishes the name, host institution, and the title of the research proposal of Vanier Scholars on our website.
Vanier Scholars are also encouraged to showcase their achievements related to the Vanier Scholarship. Let us know and we can promote them through our social media sites.
The names of Vanier Scholars and other basic award information will be published on the Vanier CGS website. For more on the posting of, and access to, information on Government of Canada websites, refer to the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act.
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