Scientist Knowledge Translation Training for Graduate Students 2018

SickKids Learning Institute A well-developed knowledge translation (KT) plan is often a proposal requirement for health research funding agencies in Canada and abroad. In addition, various sectors are demonstrating greater attention to the utilization and impact of research. The Scientist Knowledge Translation Training (SKTT™) workshop was developed on the premise that scientists, and increasingly, other […]

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Amazing Opportunity: Water Innovation Lab Canada + H2O Global Leaders Training (Sep 11-21, 2018)

Water Innovation Labs (WIL) hosted by Waterlution, are globally recognized as a pioneer in the development of young water leaders’ capacity to think and act beyond boundaries, in service of solving some of our world’s biggest water challenges. WILs are week long immersive water leadership trainings for young professionals and emerging water leaders (20-35 yrs), […]

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Evolving the Co-Produced Pathway to Impact / Document conjoint sur la trajectoire vers l’impact : toujours plus de précision

In 2016, we published the co-produced pathway to impact (CPPI) with PREVNet to describe the processes that supported research to impact. Working with Kids Brain Health Network, KMb York has made some small and not so small additions to the pathway. En 2016, l’Unité de mobilisation des connaissances (MdC) de York publiait en collaboration avec […]

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David Phipps Interviewed at Canadian Science Policy Conference 2017

David Phipps, Executive Director, Research & Innovation Services at York University, talks about the Knowledge Mobilization Unit at York University and the Research Impact Canada network in the following interview from the Canadian Science Policy Conference 2017. […]

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Reminder: 2018 Call for Content for the Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum Due March 30

Just a friendly reminder that the call for content for CKF18 closes March 30. Mobilizing Evidence for Human Rights and the Social Development Goals Call for Content #CKF18 WORD form to contribute content: CKF18 Call for Content Form Click here to REGISTER Please use one form per contribution – multiple contributions are accepted We are […]

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Thinking About Impact in New Zealand / De Nouvelle-Zélande, une réflexion sur l’impact

I went to New Zealand prepared to speak about research impacts. I found out (just in time) they had already prepared the audiences for me. Je suis parti pour la Nouvelle-Zélande avec une conférence toute prête sur l’impact de la recherche. J’ai découvert (à la dernière seconde) que mon auditoire était déjà très renseigné! I […]

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Knowledge Mobilization Panel in Washington, D.C. : March 14, 2018

This week’s guest post comes from Jennifer Rhodes, Program Manager of Knowledge Mobilization Initiatives at Arizona State University. The Arizona State University Graduate College, in partnership with the Council of Graduate Schools, invite you to attend a unique Knowledge Mobilization event in Washington, DC, on Wednesday, March 14th, from 8-10 a.m., for the grand opening […]

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Beyond the Ivory Tower: Knowledge, Community and the UN Sustainable Development Goals : March 2, 2018

This public forum is intended for dialogues and conversations about the roles of the university in community engaged learning and research, and how such engagements could lead to meaningful partnerships between univeristy and the communities, particularly with regards to addressing development issues. Please join us for a stimulating afternoon of dialogues and interactions. Register at […]

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Approaches to assessing impacts in the humanities and social sciences: Recommendations from the Canadian research community

This week’s guest post was first published on the LSE Impact Blog on January 10, 2018 and is reposted here with permission. Conversations about the assessment of scholarly impacts are frequently hindered by uncertainty, anxiety, or suspicion. Peter Severinson reports on work published by the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences in Canada that […]

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