Lakehead University Social Innovation Forum March 5, 2018
The events are envisioned to explore and create a dialogue that will address how Lakehead University's research capacity can be utilized to inform and address challenges confronting community organizations and our City. The events will bring together local organizations and researchers, as well as leading research experts who are passionate about the power of community-university partnerships as a vehicle for societal change.

Please fill out the form below to help prepare for the upcoming events.

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Please let us know which of the following three events you will attend:
1. Key Note Talk and Community Luncheon: Who’s in Charge Here? Community-Based Research and Social Innovation, Dr. Katherine Graham, Carleton Centre for Community Innovation
Date: March 5, 2018 from 12:00 pm-2:00 pm. Location: Faculty Lounge at Lakehead University.

Attendees are encouraged to stay for the Community University Research Conversation 2-4 pm (see below)

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2. Strategies for Fostering Social Innovation in Northwestern Ontario: A Community University Research Conversation

Date: March 5, 2018 2 pm–4 pm. Location: Faculty Lounge at Lakehead University.

This event will bring together Lakehead University researchers and community organizations to discuss topics of concern to Thunder Bay and the region. The conversations will allow community organizations to know what Lakehead researchers are working on, and will allow researchers to learn more about the needs of community organizations in their areas of interest. We also hope to learn more about how Lakehead University can make the process of forming research partnerships more accessible to the community. Posters featuring student community-based research will also be displayed to promote this conversation.

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Choose up to 2 topic areas of interest for the community conversation event:
3. City Limits: Addressing Social Injustice through Community-Based Research
Date and Location:
March 5, 2018
Symposium from 6:00pm-7:00pm
(Cash Bar and Hors D’Oeuvres; Display of Community Organization Booths @ Thunder Bay Community Auditorium Ground Level)
Panel Discussion from 7:00-9:00pm
(Thunder Bay Community Auditorium Mezzanine)

This panel discussion, featuring a group of diverse local, national and international researchers, will address “city limits”––some of the barriers to inclusion and causes of discrimination in urban environments ––and the way that community-based research can help us to understand and find solutions to these.

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Would you be interested in having a booth during the symposium portion of the evening where your organization can highlight your work towards greater social justice in Thunder Bay?
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