The Institutional Member (IM) Programme was officially launched in 2004. The goal was to provide a mechanism by which, on the one hand, the Society could develop its programmes in conjunction with universities and, on the other hand, universities could have formal and direct input into the strategic orientation and governance of the Society. In addition, this closer relationship would facilitate the nomination of new Fellows from all Canadian universities, and would provide a home for the Society to sponsor scholarly activities at institutions of all sizes in all provinces across Canada, offering a substantive set of benefits to member institutions.
Since 2004, the Institutional Membership of the Society has continued to grow in number and expand in scope. Today the following 50 universities and the National Research Council Canada (NRC) are Institutional Members of the Society.
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