Researchers: How does your research fulfill the Tri-Council “mobilizing knowledge” mandate?
Students: Do you have knowledge mobilization skills to launch your career?
Community members: Do you need researcher to help answer a question for your organization? Want to find out about what researchers are working on at Laurier?
Find your answers below:
Laurier is home to many community partnerships. If you are interest in forming a research partnership with a community organization or want to work with a community organization to help answer their queries, please contact us.
Interdisciplinary Working Groups
Many Laurier faculty and graduate students work across disciplines and departments. Solutions to complex problems are best served through knowledge-based collaborations, encouraged and supported by knowledge mobilization. Contact us to find out more about our interdisciplinary working groups.
Laurier on Social Media
As well as face-to-face, Laurier is mobilizing knowledge through social media. We highlighting faculty researcher blogs, websites, projects and those who engage through Twitter. We also highlight graduate student researchers who are working with Laurier researchers. Find out more: