Connaught Community Partnerships Research Program Webinar – Apr. 7, 2022
April 7 2022 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Join the Research Services Office for a webinar addressing the Connaught Community Partnerships Research Program.
About the Connaught Community Partnerships Research Program:
This initiative is intended to help create new collaborative research partnerships, or nurture early-stage partnerships, between the University and community partners, fostering access to each other’s unique knowledge, expertise and capabilities on issues of shared interest that, over time, may evolve into more established relationships that will attract external funding through, for example, the SSHRC Partnerships Grant program.
This webinar will include an overview of the CPRP by the Connaught team. We will then have a panel discussion lead by CPRP funded teams, where panelists will address:
- How their partnership was formed
- How their partnership engages and benefits the partners
- Intended outcomes and impacts of the partnership
- How has the partnership evolved (progress & challenges, future directions)
- Advice for peers on developing partnership-based research programs and preparing a compelling CPRP proposal
Attendees will also have an opportunity for Q&A.
- Farzaneh Hemmasi, Faculty of Music
- Lori Ross, Dalla Lana School of PublicHealth
- Pamela Klassen, Department of Religion, Faculty of Arts and Science
- Krista Barclay, Department of Religion, Faculty of Arts and Science
Community members who do not have UTorID credentials are invited to attend this session by registering here. Please note, external community members will need to create an EVE account, and then will be able to complete their registration.
For assistance please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click links below to download presentation slides (pdf):
- Connaught Community Partnerships Research Program Overview Slides
- Farzaneh Hemmasi Presentation Slides
For link to the session recording (requires UTor ID) click here.
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