[OTT_OSGEO] Fwd: Today@Carleton, Monday, July 24, 2006

Sampson, David dsampson at NRCan.gc.ca
Mon Jul 24 08:24:06 EDT 2006

Great steps forward...

Do you have a plan of atack?


-----Original Message-----
From: Scott W Mitchell [mailto:scott_mitchell at carleton.ca] 
Sent: July 24, 2006 08:20
To: users at ottawa.osgeo.org
Subject: [OTT_OSGEO] Fwd: Today at Carleton, Monday, July 24, 2006

Nice timing.   After hearing that one of our meeting attendees the  
other night had done work on open source programs for his degree, I
figured I needed to find out more about the innovation program at
Carleton that he mentioned.  And then this morning, this news release
arrives in my inbox... I will have to find out more, to see if there are
interesting partnership opportunities.

Begin forwarded message:

> 1. Carleton Receives Funding for Talent First Last Friday, Premier 
> Dalton McGuinty announced that the Ministry of Research and Innovation

> (MRI) will provide $1,116,500 to fund Carleton University's Talent 
> First program.
> Students and professors in Ontario academic institutions contribute 
> significantly to the more than 120,000 "open source" projects that 
> exist worldwide, but most Ontario companies do not benefit from this 
> work. "Open source" is when users can read, redistribute, and modify 
> the source code for a piece of software. The new Talent First program 
> will help Ontario companies exploit these "open source" technologies 
> and compete more effectively, develop the capabilities of talented 
> students entering the workforce, and strengthen the research in open 
> source and open environments being undertaken at Carleton University.
> The Talent First program is led by Carleton faculty and students 
> associated with the Technology Innovation Management program (TIM), a 
> graduate program offered by the Faculty of Engineering and Design. It 
> benefits from the experience gained from the Carleton University 
> Foundry Program to promote an entrepreneurial culture on campus and 
> the region's economic development.
> For more information, visit http://www.carleton.ca/duc/newsroom/
> newsreleases/july_21.html
> From left to right: Premier Dalton McGuinty celebrates the 
> announcement with President David Atkinson and Jim Watson, Minister of

> Consumer and Business Services. (Photo credit: David Kawai)

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