After 12 years… I’m back!

You’re used to reading about York’s KM Unit and ResearchImpact in this blog as well as on Twitter @researchimpact. Occasionally we get some press that we don’t have to write like the article on KM in Canada done by University Affairs (April 7, 2008). Now we’ve passed peer review. In the August 2009 edition of […]

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What do Machiavelli and Dr. Seuss have to do with Knowledge Mobilization?

Concludero’ solo che al principe, e necessario avere ilpopolo amico – I will conclude then that it is necessary for the prince to have the people as friends. Lesson: No silo research. Research partnerships must be broad and most importantly, engage the people impacted by the outcome. ResearchImpact and a key community partner, the United […]

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York Community Data Sharing Symposium II

The KM Unit at York University is pleased to be co-hosting the second York Community Data Sharing Symposium being held on Thursday, June 4 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. York Community Data Sharing Symposium II The second in a series of sessions highlighting the power of data to strengthen the capacity of York Region’s […]

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UVic Research Partnership Strategies Recognized in Europe

Knowledge Mobilization Coordinator Laura Milne, who works in the UVic Office of Community Based Research, was invited as a guest speaker to the STACS (Science Technology and Civil Society) Policy Meeting at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium to discuss UVic’s innovative approach to collaborating with Community and Government organizations on Research Partnerships. The various […]

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KM in the AM – Collaborative Planning and Partnership Building

On September 30, 2008, the York University KM Unit held its first KM in the AM for the 2008-2009 academic year. KM in the AM is our flagship event: a thematic breakfast that provides space for community and government agencies to meet and interact with York faculty and graduate students. The KM Unit has been […]

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Collaborative Planning and Partnership Building KM in the AM

The YorkU KM Unit will be hosting its first KM of the AM event of 2008-2009 on Tuesday, September 30th, at York’s Keele Campus. The topic of the event will focus on collaborative planning and partnership building, with a panel of York University researchers and community agency representatives, followed by ample time for questions, discussion, […]

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