Hosted by: University of Calgary | Online Webinar
Innovation often begins with relationships. When community and researchers collaborate to address mutually identified problems, impacts can ripple to better benefit the community at large. Gain insight into the partnership process, including how and when to connect, supports (services and funding) available at the University of Calgary, and the value of building and maintaining meaningful partnerships with community for research.
Learn about granting opportunities that support knowledge mobilization and partnerships in their early stages, with a focus on the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.
We welcome UCalgary researchers, students, postdocs and community partners to join us.
About the speakers
Dr. Stephanie Warner, PhD, Manager, Knowledge Engagement
Stephanie is Manager of the Knowledge Engagement team. 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.
Sarelle Azuelos, Knowledge Engagement Specialist
Sarelle facilitates research partnerships between the University of Calgary and community organizations while building capacity in partnership best practices. She also supports faculty in knowledge mobilization planning and strategizing. Sarelle previously worked in community engagement and communications at various local non-profits.