June 2014

Rethinking Town and Gown

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Beyond all in the family: Community-based research in Canada

By Katherine A. H. Graham

Community-based research has been building momentum in Canada. Can this forward progress be sustained?

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Putting research to work for the community

By Kathleen Bloom

Examining a model of knowledge mobilization between community organizations and the university.

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Doing the PPP: a skeptical perspective

By Leo Groarke and Beverley Hamilton

Program prioritization—all the rage at Canadian campuses—may be more trouble than it is worth.

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Havoc! Havoc! Smyt fast, give gode knocks!

By all accounts, February 10, 1355 began quietly enough in Oxford. It was the feast day of St. Scholastica, who, despite what […]

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