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Célébrons nos finissants 2023Celebrating our 2022-2023 graduates
A campaign to show our pride in student success

The INRS Foundation is launching today its annual campaign to the INRS community. We invite faculty, staff, management, alumni and friends to show their support and sense of pride in student success by participating in the Celebrating our 2022-2023 graduates campaign.

Thanks to the generosity of members of the INRS community, the Foundation will offer four $1,000 prizes for the best master’s theses or essays and four $2,000 prizes for the best doctoral dissertations in each of our research and training centres. For the fourth consecutive year, the winners will be announced at the INRS graduation ceremony in Quebec City on May 13. 

The campaign aims to raise $12,000 for the eight awards. To date, our loyal donors who give through payroll deduction have enabled us to raise almost half of the amount. A surge of solidarity will help us reach our goal.

For the occasion, our eight winners from last year have agreed to act as ambassadors for the campaign, notably by underlining how this award was an important recognition on the part of the INRS community and decisive for their future career. 

Lauréats 2022 AFSB

Lauréats 2022 EMT

Lauréats 2022 ETE

Lauréats 2022 UCS

“As demonstrated by the testimonies of last year’s winners, supporting the awards for the best master’s theses or essays and best doctoral dissertations recognizes the quality of the work of our graduating students and reflects our pride in their achievements. Your generosity can change a life, no matter the amount.”
– Elise Comtois, Executive Director

The Celebrating our 2022-2023 graduates campaign ends in mid-May. Don’t wait to show your support for our graduating students. Make a donation today.

Do you care about the welfare of our students? You can also contribute to other ongoing campaigns that support student success in different ways.

Thank you for your participation in our collective outpouring of solidarity and generosity!


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