2023 Research Impact Canada Engaged Scholarship Award for graduate students is now open!

Research Impact Canada Network (RIC) is committed to maximizing the impact of research for the public good in communities. RIC aims to develop the capacity for knowledge mobilization and support activities related to the impacts of research in Canada and beyond. RIC is calling graduate students to apply for the RIC Engaged Scholarship Award. The RIC […]

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New book from Julie Bayley helps us all develop an impact literate mindset

My colleague and co-author, Julie Bayley from the Lincoln Impact Literacy Institute (UK) has published “Creating Meaningful Impact: The Essential Guide to Developing an Impact-Literate Mindset”. She describes the book in her blog post that she has given us permission to repost in Mobilize This! As all things Julie, this book has serious content presented with humour […]

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Transform your impact

Knowledge translation, mobilization and research impact is flooding the globe and bringing research benefits to society. Let’s explore where it all started – and how you can now transform your impact from anywhere in the world with the Research Impact Summit. Tracing research impact’s evolution Terms like knowledge translation and research impact, and others that […]

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2022 RIC Award Winner: Maji Shaikh

Maji Shaikh was awarded the 2022 RIC award for his project, Development and Evaluation of a Sport-based Trauma-sensitive Program for Underserved Youth: The Bounce Back League. About project In 2016, BGC Canada began the process to develop a sport program underpinned by trauma-sensitive youth development principles, known as Bounce Back League (BBL), to address the […]

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2022 RIC Award Honourable Mentions: Nabilah Gulamhusein

Nabilah Gulamhusein received honourable mentions for her project, Route of Post-Menopausal Estrogen Administration and Cardiovascular Risk. About project Globally, 60,000 individuals become menopausal daily, and it is estimated that by the year 2025, there will be more than a billion menopausal individuals on the planet. More than 75% of menopausal individuals will experience vasomotor symptoms, […]

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2022 RIC Award Winner: Hannah Marcus

Hannah Marcus was awarded the 2022 RIC award for her project, Climate Adaptation in the WASH Sector of East Africa’s Lake Victoria Basin. About project Climate change is having increasing impacts on water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) worldwide, rendering health-friendly behaviours less achievable in low-resource settings, disrupting WASH service provision, and reversing global progress on […]

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2022 RIC Award Winner: Christine Wildman

Christine Wildman was awarded the 2022 RIC award for her project, Two-Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer +(2SLGBTQ+) Community and Life During a Global Pandemic: A Resistance Based Photovoice Collective. About project Two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, plus (2SLGBTQ+) people live in a cis-heteronormative society and face systematic and systemic exclusion (Manning 2015; Spade […]

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Two new awards recognizing Peter Levesque

By David Phipps, from remarks made on June 17, 2022. During the Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum 2022, Research Impact Canada created two new awards recognizing the contributions Peter Levesque has made to knowledge mobilization in Canada. While Peter was unable to join the awards ceremony in person we did receive videos from him acknowledging the […]

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