Membership Membership in Research Impact Canada (RIC) helps your institution become successful in the emerging field of mobilization and creates opportunities for collaboration and leadership. Learn more about our members, who each have unique specialties such as: institutional strategy, rural and remote community engagement, certification programs, local community partnerships, and more. Organizational Membership Benefits Visibility among leaders serving as a national advocacy voice for knowledge mobilization practiceParticipation in our inclusive community of practice that includes 20+ university institutions and several national non-academic organizationsAccess to knowledge mobilization centres of expertise for regional and/or provincial collaborationCooperative knowledge sharing of best practices, tools, and resourcesOpportunity for graduate students to apply for RIC scholarship programsInvolvement in national initiatives that raise the profile of knowledge mobilizationEnhanced ability to maximize research impact at your organization with your local communities Individual Membership Benefits Access to tools for public engagement, grant applications, research partnerships, and moreParticipating in collaborative research opportunities from national organizationsConnections with research impact practitioners in your field or work function to support your workInvitations to member-only events, training, webinars, and programsEnhanced ability to serve the knowledge mobilization needs of faculty members and students Current Members Click on a member below to visit their institutional profile. Interested in being a member? Contact David Phipps, York University’s Assistant Vice-President of Research Strategy and Impact and RIC Network Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org for a meeting. What our members are saying RIC provides useful tools, webinars, blog posts, newsletters that help to stay abreast of the burgeoning field of knowledge mobilization. In addition to the quality of its activities, what hooks me to this network is the community behind it. The network is a safe and dynamic platform for testing ideas, discussing mistakes, seeking advice from other members. It’s like having access to a brain trust of knowledge mobilization advisors! There is more Knowledge Mobilization activity at the University of Winnipeg, which is directly related to our membership in Research Impact Canada. It makes me better at my job when I can get out and share what I have learned with people here on campus. RIC has been great for finding different pathways for all of us across campus to work together, and we’ve also certainly, in the last year, pioneered some shared training opportunities on campus.