R4R@Q - Science Rendezvous Kingston
DateThursday November 30, 2023
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
A research outreach and team building opportunity
Science Rendezvous Kingston (SRK) is an annual event hosted by Queen’s Vice-Principal Research Portfolio at the Leon’s Centre. In 2023, we had over 5.3K visitors from Kingston and beyond and 50 interactive booths representing research groups from across Queen’s and local community partners including museums, conservation groups, and secondary schools. Many research groups at Queen’s have been participating in SRK for the past few years and use the event as an opportunity to improve researchers’ and students’ communications and outreach skills. Join this session to learn more about Science Rendezvous and how to join our team of over 430 volunteers to promote your research program.
Lynda Colgan (Professor Emerita, founder and co-coordinator of Science Rendezvous Kingston)
Catarina Chagas (Research Outreach and Events Specialist, co-coordinator of Science Rendezvous Kingston)
Joshua Marshall (Ingenuity Labs Research Institute)
Valerie Kuhlmeier (Department of Psychology)
Linda Tsuji (Miller Museum of Geology)
Resources for Research at Queen’s (R4R@Q)
The Vice-Principal Research (VPR) Portfolio is proud to present R4R@Q.
Queen’s greatly values the incredible contributions of our researchers and their teams on the local, national and international stages. But you are not alone! Queen’s offers a myriad of services to help researchers develop the best possible roadmap to success from project conception through to knowledge mobilization. To learn more, please join us for R4R@Q.
R4R@Q is here to acquaint Queen's researchers with the resources and people who are here to help.
To learn about future events and access recordings of past sessions, visit the website.