Measuring Happiness at a Neighbourhood Level KM in the AM- Feb 8 The YorkU KMb Unit will be hosting a KM of the AM event on Tuesday, February 8th. The topic of the morning will focus on measuring happiness at a neighbourhood level, with brief presentations by researchers and community leaders, followed by ample time for questions, discussion, and networking. Confirmed Speakers: Barbara Rahder, Dean, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University Antonella Talotta, Sales Representative, Sutton Group Gord Flett, Associate Dean Research, Faculty of Health, York University Naila Butt, Executive Director, Social Services Network Date: Tuesday, February 8 Time: 9:00 am to 11:30 am Breakfast will be served at 8:45 Location: Markham Convergence Centre, 7271 Warden Ave, Markham Space is limited. Kindly RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your attendance. [googlemaps http://maps.google.ca/maps?hl=en&ie=UTF8&q=markham+convergence+centre&fb=1&gl=ca&hq=convergence+centre&hnear=Markham,+ON&cid=0,0,3944194984475117747&ll=43.832917,-79.327984&spn=0.018575,0.025749&z=14&output=embed&w=300&h=300] This event has been organized by the Knowledge Mobilization (KMb) Unit at York University and the York Region Community Foundation, both of which are partnering on the Living in York Region project. KM in the AM is a series of issue based forums linking the university and community/government agencies to enhance research, the graduate student experience and knowledge mobilization. The Living in York Region project is seeking to develop a made-in-York Region reliable baseline understanding of residents and communities’ well-being across a series of civic, economic, environmental and social indicators. The project is designed to give a voice to residents to help generate solutions to key issues affecting local communities and neighbourhoods.