Le Réseau Impact Recherche Canada accueille trois nouvelles universités

L’Université de Winnipeg, l’Université de l’Alberta et l’Université Dalhousie rejoignent le Réseau Impact Recherche Canada, duquel l’Université de Montréal est membre. Ce récit a été publié la première fois dans UdeMNouvelles. Il est repris ici avec permission. Dix-sept établissements forment désormais le réseau pancanadien d’universités qui s’est engagé à maximiser les répercussions positives de la recherche […]

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Planning for Impact / Impact prévu – et planifié !

Research Impact Canada recently approved its Strategic and Operational Plan. Sure we’re 1/3 of the way through our 2017-2020 three year planning period. But the next two years are going to fly by. Le Réseau Impact Recherche Canada vient d’adopter son Plan stratégique et opérationnel. C’est vrai que le tiers de notre calendrier triennal 2017-2020 est […]

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Real Impact at INORMS 2018

David Phipps was recently at INORMS 2018 presenting on impact literacy with Julie Bayley (University of Lincoln). Emerald Publishing wrote about their presence at INORMS as they launched their new brand, “Real World Impact”. They also wrote about two new Impact tools, the Impact Literacy Handbook and the Institutional Healthcheck. See below for links to […]

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Knowledge Mobilization is a Human Right / Le droit à la mobilisation des connaissances

This was one of the closing thoughts in my plenary address to INORMS, the biannual international research administration conference. After reflecting on the relationship between public trust and public engagement in research it was clear that creating public benefit from research is a human right. C’était l’une des remarques de conclusion de ma conférence en […]

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The Future of Higher Education Is Social Impact / L’avenir de l’enseignement supérieur, c’est l’impact social

That’s the title of a post from the Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR). The author calls for university research to become more responsive to community needs. The Research Impact Canada universities seem to be way ahead of the curve, at least where US universities are concerned. C’est le titre d’un billet publié par la Stanford Social Innovation […]

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Research Impact Canada Recognized as Canada’s Leading Knowledge Mobilization Network with Three New Member Institutions!

Research Impact Canada (RIC) is growing! Canada’s leading network of universities moving academic research off campuses and into our communities has welcomed the University of Winnipeg, University of Alberta and Dalhousie University as its newest official members. This brings the total to 17 member institutions from coast-to-coast – and an additional partner in the University […]

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York University Immigration Research Symposium – May 4

The Future of Immigration and Settlement Research in Canada and Beyond This knowledge mobilization event will provide opportunities for academic, community members and policy makers to meet to discuss current and emerging issues. With the increasing complexity of immigration-related issues, researchers can contribute to key policy decisions and develop for future research. The presentations will […]

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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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