Queen's University

Workshop mobilizes knowledge

 
2009-06-16

About 100 participants from the Queen's community and beyond gathered at Robert Sutherland Hall June 2 to learn ways of bringing knowledge mobilization (KMb) and translation activities into programs of research.

Knowledge Mobilization and Grant Proposal Writing: A Researcher's Guide featured sessions by former and current federal granting agency representatives on why KMb has become so important in writing successful grant applications, preparing proposals and choosing appropriate KMb methods. Participants drew on the experiences of faculty and staff who had successfully incorporated KMb in their grant applications, to discover what works and what doesn't.

The Office of Research Services and The Monieson Centre at Queen's School of Business presented the workshop. The speakers' presentations are available on the School of Business site.

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