The national Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum (CKF22) will be taking place online June 13-17, 2022.
The University of Calgary is hosting an in-person regional gathering on Friday June 17, 2022 to accompany the virtual CKF22 program. Join us as we bring together knowledge mobilization practitioners from across Calgary to network, share ideas and expertise, and identify common experiences to launch further knowledge mobilization conversations.
The event is free, and open to students, faculty, staff, postdocs and community members who have an interest in knowledge mobilization.
Space is limited – register today!
What: Calgary Knowledge Mobilization Meetup
When: Friday June 17, 2022, 2-5 p.m.
2:00-2:30: Registration and networking
2:30-3:30: Welcome and knowledge mobilization case studies
Where: Last Best Brewing and Distilling, 607 11 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2R 0E1
Appetizers will be provided. Beverages will be the responsibility of the guest.
Dr. Karen Benzies, Professor, Faculty of Nursing and Director, Social Innovation Initiative, Office of the Vice-President (Research) University of Calgary and Carlene Donnelly, Executive Director, CUPS Calgary
Dr. Rita Yembilah, Sr. Researcher and Evaluator, Canadian Poverty Institute, Ambrose University
Dr. Irene Herremans, Professor, Haskayne School of Business and School of Public Policy, University of Calgary
This event is collaboratively hosted by the University of Calgary Knowledge Engagement team, Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute (ACHRI), Office of Sustainability and Simpson Centre for Agricultural and Food Innovation and Public Education.
We would like to acknowledge the generous support of Research Impact Canada, and the Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute (ACHRI) to help make this event happen.
If you have any questions or comments about the event, please contact the Knowledge Engagement team.
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