Our newest blog post recaps an event where participants reflected on knowledge exchange practices and approaches to engaging with Indigenous communities.
This blog post shares an example of how CES can support deep, meaningful change at the community level.
This exhibit of 10 posters amplifies and celebrates the work of leading community organizations and key CESI partners who are working to create a more just, inclusive, and caring community.
This blog post written by Research Shop student researchers explores self-care while working on emotionally sensitive projects.
CESI Director Dr. Elizabeth Jackson will be taking on the role of Visiting Research Fellow with the Faculty of Arts & Humanities at King’s College London beginning in January 2022 for a limited-term virtual fellowship.
Enhance the impact of your research! Registration is now open for the Winter/Spring 2022 Skills for Research Impact workshop series.
The City of Guelph and the University of Guelph have renewed their commitment to the Guelph Lab, a joint initiative that uses research and teaching to support new programs and policies locally.
This summary highlights key impacts reported by CESI from May 2020 - April 2021. It is organized into three categories: capacity development, partnerships, and research projects.
Enhance the impact of your research! Registration is now open for the Fall 2021 Skills for Research Impact workshop series.
Our newest blog post features reflections from Emily Kerr, a fourth-year student who took a community engaged learning course in Winter 2020.