Leadership for Knowledge Mobilization

The following post was originally posted to Pathways to Possibility‘s website. On July 5th, 2023, Michael Johnny, Darren Levine, and Laura Stephan co-hosted the webinar “Leadership for Knowledge Mobilization“.  In this session, we talked about how knowledge mobilization, leadership and the power of collaborative relationships intersect. It is often said that knowledge mobilization is all about […]

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Connected Communities Speed Networking Event — In Person at C2U Expo

​ In Person Speed Networking Event at C2U Expo — June 6th, 2023 from 7:00 – 8:30 P.M. Join us at the Connected Communities Speed Networking Event, where you’ll have the opportunity to connect with like-minded professionals and experts in community-based research, community engagement, workforce development, and social innovation. This structured event is designed to […]

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Athabasca University – Partnership Broker Opportunity

Athabasca University (AU) is pleased to share that they are looking for their next Research Partnerships Broker! This role is an integral part of the Research Development Office team and works closely with the knowledge mobilization, research grants, and digital research initiatives portfolios.  As Canada’s leading open and online-by-design research university, AU is committed to collaborative and co-created research […]

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Supporting knowledge mobilization and research impact strategies in grant applications

The Network for Advancing and Evaluating the Societal Impact of Science (AESIS Network) published their first newsletter of June with a focus on ‘Impact in Funding Applications’. David Phipps, PhD., MBA, Assistant VP Research Strategy & Impact, York University and Network Director, Research Impact Canada, contributed an article for their newsletter. York University (Toronto, Canada) […]

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Resources for Research Administrators

Research administration professionals play an important role to support research excellence in a complex and evolving field. Research Impact Canada has compiled a list of helpful resources to support research administrators in mobilizing knowledge into action. Knowledge Mobilization Needs Assessment Planner (PDF) – Assist organizations by helping them assess the knowledge mobilization skills and needs of […]

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Science advice at times of crisis: equity, diversity, inclusion, and bilingualism

David Phipps (York University) recently appeared on a webinar with representatives from UK, US and South Africa discussing how universities, academies and their networks can support science advice in a time of crisis. The specific perspective from Research Impact Canada (RIC) focused on equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) with bilingualism being an important accessibility feature […]

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