Navigating Partnered Research: Partnering for Impact

Webinar | January 24, 2022: 1-2 p.m. MT

Navigating Partnered Research is a digital series hosted by the Knowledge Engagement team in Research Services to provide support and guidance for faculty members interested in pursuing partnered research projects in the social sciences and humanities.

This multi-part series will cover a variety of topics and supports including identifying and exploring funding opportunities for partnered research initiatives, engaging with community, building partnerships for research, and mobilizing partnered research knowledge .

 

Session 1: Partnering for Impact

Webinar | Monday January 24, 1-2 p.m. MT

  • Gain insight into the partnership process, including how and when to connect with community partners, supports (services and funding) available at the University of Calgary, and the value of building and maintaining meaningful partnerships for research. The session will also introduce the REAP Self-Assessment Model and an overview of the Knowledge Engagement Impact Assessment Toolkit.

About the Speakers

Dr. Stephanie Warner, PhD

Stephanie is Manager of the Knowledge Engagement team at UCalgary. She provides strategic planning for the Knowledge Engagement portfolio’s initiatives. With over 10 years of experience in research, teaching, student advising, and strategic research support, Stephanie seeks creative, meaningful and inclusive ways to support and expand knowledge engagement and research assessment across the University of Calgary.

 

Alyse Pearce

Alyse is the Knowledge Engagement Coordinator at UCalgary. She plays a key role in brokering partnerships between community and academic partners for research, and acts as a point of contact for external organizations looking to partner with University of Calgary researchers. Her work also includes providing collaboration support for research partnerships and building capacity for Knowledge Engagement across campus.


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