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Skills for Research Impact: Approaches to Knowledge Mobilizations

How can you share research and engage with non-academic audiences? During this workshop, you will hear from a panel of projects and programs here at the University of Guelph about their approaches to knowledge mobilization. Speakers from across sectors will discuss their strategies for engaging stakeholders, mobilizing knowledge, and planning for impact. By the end of this workshop, participants will have learned about:

Campus Food Market

Held every Thursday afternoon, the Campus Food Market is open to everyone in the University of Guelph community. The market is a collaboration between the Feeding 9 Billion initiative at the Arrell Food Institute, the Guelph Lab, the Office of Sustainability and Hospitality Services.
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Addressing Islamophobia in the Classroom: Improving the Student Experience

Led by the National Council of Canadian Muslims, this workshop for the U of G campus community examines the pedagogical foundation for creating universities that are welcoming and inclusive to everyone and looks at how Islamophobia may be impacting our schools and classrooms. As a group, we will explore Islamophobia and some common myths about Islam and Muslims and will also examine how Muslims students are impacted by negative public discourses about their faith.

Campus Food Market

Held every Thursday afternoon, the Campus Food Market is open to everyone in the University of Guelph community. The market is a collaboration between the Feeding 9 Billion initiative at the Arrell Food Institute, the Guelph Lab, the Office of Sustainability and Hospitality Services.
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Skills for Research Impact: Planning for Research Impact

Join us for the first installment of our Skills for Research Impact workshop series! Our first session is knowledge mobilization 101. Become familiar with how to plan for research impact and conceptualize strategies adapted to your goals and audiences

Campus Food Market

Held every Thursday afternoon, the Campus Food Market is open to everyone in the University of Guelph community. The market is a collaboration between the Feeding 9 Billion initiative at the Arrell Food Institute, the Guelph Lab, the Office of Sustainability and Hospitality Services.

"A Circle of Care" Exhibit in the 10C Community Classroom

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Every day, local not-for-profit organizations work towards a more just, welcoming, and caring community where everyone can thrive. Their passion and commitment drive tangible transformation, and together, they make Guelph and Wellington a better place to live for all. In the poster exhibit "A Circle of Care", we sought to amplify and celebrate the work of 10 of those leading community organizations and key CESI partners. Each poster offers insights into their contexts and contributions, and invites us to take action and create change in Guelph-Wellington.
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"A Circle of Care": Poster exhibit at the Guelph Public Library

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Every day at CESI, we have the privilege of partnering with a number of individuals and organizations who work tirelessly towards a more just, inclusive, and caring community. Their vision is bold and fierce, their passion is contagious, and their commitment to social change is driving tangible transformation. Together, they make Guelph and Wellington a better place to live for all.

Storied Lives: Shifting Perspectives on Poverty

On June 16th, 2022, join us at 10C for a podcast series launch and panel discussion to mobilize knowledge on poverty. Storied Lives: Shifting Perspectives on Poverty is a joint research project by the Guelph and Wellington Task Force for Poverty Elimination and the University of Guelphs' Community Engaged Scholarship Institute and Live Work Well Research Centre. The project aims to encourage members of the public to examine their assumptions about the causes of poverty by amplifying the voices of those experiencing poverty.   

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