The Guelph Lab is seeking three graduate students with excellent writing and qualitative research skills for 5-week part-time (10-20 hours per week) work opportunities. Students will work as part of the Civic Accelerator, an award-winning program that uses local government procurement to drive innovation, in order to scope potential projects, conduct literature scans and interviews, and prepare short descriptions o
Course 2 of the Certificate in Knowledge Mobilization, “Engage: Building capacity to understand and use relevant evidence”, will be offered online from January 14 to March 10, 2019.
Congratulations! The Hub Sandbox took home two awards at the CBaSE Hub Startup pitch competition on Wednesday, December 5.
The Hub Sandbox is an entrepreneurship program for students supported by CESI in collaboration with the Center for Business and Social Entreprise (CBaSE). The Hub brings together community engagement and social entrepreneurship best practices to address community-identified needs.
CESI's in-house garage band performed in the University's talent show College Idol, on October 31!
We pulled together our musical skills and enthusiasm and worked hard over the Fall to get ready to introduce Mixed Methods to the world. Take a look at the final result: watch our College Idol performance here.
Are you currently participating in community engaged learning at the UofG? You’re involved in a community-engaged learning course, conduct community-based research, or do a practicum in the community?
We invite our colleagues and partners to consider submitting an abstract to one of these two journals are inviting submissions related to community engaged research and teaching:
Responding to complex and pressing problems increasingly require creative and innovation solutions. Looking at the connecting and engaging power of arts-based practices, The Derry Dialogues will be hosting a set of experts to share insights and stories on the power of improvisation as a means for social change.
Thursday, October 25 from 5:30 to 7:00
University of Guelph, Rozanski Hall, Room 101
Are you interested in making research knowledge more accessible and easier to understand?
Do you want to learn effective ways of getting research knowledge to people who can use it?
Are you interested in jobs, training, and resources related to knowledge translation, mobilization and exchange?
If so, consider joining the Grad Student KMb/KTT Learning Circle!
Municipal elections are a time for citizens to influence the future of the City. City plans, policies and services are not neutral: they impact different residents differently. Being aware of different impacts is an important part of developing policies that account for these differences.
CESI is hiring a graduate student to serve as Knowledge Mobilization and Design Assistant for the Fall 2018 and Winter 2019 semesters. The successful student will be responsible for creating visual products (e.g. infographics, posters, videos) to help translate CESI research in more accessible formats, supporting research communications, and contributing to the development of knowledge mobilization
The successful student will commence in early October 2018 and work 5 to 7 hours a week until April 2019 (with possibility to extend).