University Research Services

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Research Development Day 2019: Opening Doors to Research

9:00 – 9:15 AM  Welcome and Opening Remarks
9:15 – 9:30 AM

Resources 4 Research Spotlight: Increasing Your Research Visibility With an ORCID iD

Faculty will learn how to distinguish their research and online profile using an ORCID iD. Rosarie Coughlan (Scholarly Publishing Librarian) will also be available until 4pm for drop-in support, to answer your questions and/or to show you how to quickly add article information to your ORCID record. 

9:30 – 11:15 AM

EDI in Practice: Developing an Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Knowledge Base for Research Success

Please note, breaks have been scheduled within the timeframe of this workshop

Faculty are increasingly required to include equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) principles in their research and training activities for grant proposals. But what is EDI, and how can these concepts be incorporated into everyday research practices? Guided by the Human Rights and Equity Office, this workshop will introduce faculty to 10 EDI principles that offer a framework for implementing these values within the research lifecycle. Together, participants will explore actionable strategies to create inclusive and enriched research collaborations and training environments.

Whether you’re unfamiliar with these concepts, or you’ve already committed to promoting EDI within your research activities, this workshop will provide tangible take-aways to strengthen your commitments to EDI in practice. This workshop is intended for faculty members at Queen’s. 

11:15 – 11:45 AM

Resources 4 Research Spotlight: Learn How To Enhance Your International Collaborations Through Student Awards

Student mobility can enhance a PI’s international research collaborations and profile, while also developing the knowledge and skillsets of students. Join this session to learn about a student mobility funding program that enables researchers to obtain valuable international experience.

11:45 AM – 12:30 PM Lunch (Included with Registration) 
12:30 – 1:00 PM

Resources 4 Research Spotlight: It’s Time To Start The Conversation About Research Promotion

Join the research promotion team in University Relations to discover how The Conversation and media relations can be incredibly useful knowledge transfer tools to engage the research community and increase your global profile.  We encourage you to join The Conversation!

1:00 – 4:00 PM

More Than a Website: Increasing Research Impact Keynote Workshop (Dr. David Phipps)

Please note, breaks have been scheduled within the timeframe of this workshop

How do you generate research impact? While methods may differ across disciplines, underlying principles support efforts ranging from commercialization to knowledge mobilization to public engagement. Starting with the theory of research impact and moving to impact planning using an actual and major Tri-Agency grant application, this hands-on workshop will give you tools to help you plan your impact strategy. Bring your own research project or join someone else’s and be prepared to work through the tools with your own example. This workshop is intended for faculty members at Queen’s.

4:00 PM Closing Remarks

Program at a Glance (PDF, 90 KB)

Full Program Details Including Keynote Speaker BIO (PDF, 170 KB)

EDI Workshop - Information Booklet (PDF, 1 MB)

EDI Workshop - Scenarios (PDF, 875 KB)

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