Carnegie’s Elective Community Engagement Classification

Greetings Everyone, We are pleased to advise that today (July 17, 2024), the Carnegie Foundation and the American Council on Education have announced a partnership with a joint venture of Canadian post-secondary institutions to establish the Canadian Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement (CCCCE).  See the full announcement here:  https://carnegieclassifications.acenet.edu/news/canadian-carnegie-community-engagement/. The process of considering the Classification […]

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RIC welcomes three new members, bringing institutional membership to 37

May was another banner month for RIC membership growth. In 2023, RIC welcomed a record eight new members. With the three new members welcomed in June, RIC has been pleased to welcome a total of six new members already in 2024. Earlier this year, we welcomed Université Laval, The Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre and […]

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Registration for the Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum

The Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum (CKF) is a biennial event that provides opportunities for professional development, learning and networking for those interested in knowledge mobilization, translation, and exchange. It brings together a community dedicated to sharing learnings, best practices, tools, and resources.  The next forum (CKF24) will be taking place June 19-21 2024, in Montreal! Spots are limited and will likely sell […]

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The Bartlett Manual of Impact

The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, based at University College London, is by many measures a place of ‘excellence’. We have a variety of experts working across a huge range of disciplines (from architecture to planning, environment, energy and resources, project management, economics and beyond) sharing their insights with the world and proactively creating […]

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Research Impact Canada welcomes three new members

Every time a new member joins Research Impact Canada (RIC) the entire Network, especially the leadership and staff, are pumped about the opportunity for new perspectives coming to the Network. As a community of practice RIC is strongest when we have diverse members bringing diverse experience to our conversations. RIC is delighted to welcome Université […]

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CIHR Virtual Listening Workshop: Refresh of SPOR

On February 14, 2024, Research Impact Canada (RIC) hosted a two-hour, virtual listening workshop with RIC members across Canada to hear their insights on the refresh of Canada’s Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR). Research that puts patients and families at the core of the research project is a strong knowledge mobilization method designed to meet […]

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Knowledge Mobilization in The Hill Times

The Hill Times is a publication for the Canadian federal government. The February 5, 2024 edition was on Innovation and featured an Op Ed from Amir Asif (VP Research & Innovation, York University) and David Phipps (Assistant VP Research Strategy & Impact). The Op Ed makes the case for more funding for knowledge mobilization to […]

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CKF24 Call for Contributions

We are accepting contributions for presentations, workshops, and roundtables that will facilitate active participation, reflection, and learning around knowledge mobilization and research impact. The contribution deadline is March 10th, 2024.  Contents  Overview   The Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum (CKF) is a biennial event that provides opportunities for professional development, learning and networking for those interested in […]

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Nominations Open: Peter Levesque Award for Knowledge Mobilization Leadership

Research Impact Canada is pleased to announce the launch of a new award: The Peter Levesque Award for Knowledge Mobilization Leadership. This award recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to advancing knowledge mobilization (KMb) as a profession, and is named in honor of Peter Levesque, a pioneer in the field. Among many achievements in […]

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