Webinar: Build your research impact

October 12, 2021

Build your research impact  

Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences  

November 10, 12:00-1:00pm Eastern Time  

Are you a graduate student or early career researcher in the humanities and social sciences? This free webinar brings together a panel of experts to help you identify strategies and opportunities to grow the impact of your research. You will discover new knowledge mobilization tools, and learn how to communicate and share your research with non-specialist audiences. The webinar covers the benefits of expanding the reach of your work beyond academia by engaging with media and the community. Bring your questions, join the discussion, and come away with practical tips, resources, and inspiration for building your research impact.    

The webinar took place via Zoom, with simultaneous interpretation in French. 


Download speaker presentations:  

  • Liz Jackson, PhD, Community Engaged Scholarship Institute, University of Guelph — Presentation


Read the transcript (PDF).


This webinar is part of the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences’ Career Corner series of professional development workshops, sponsored by University Affairs. 


Teal and purple logo of the Federation’s Career Corner event series, with text reading “Career Corner”. En français on voit les mots « Foire aux carrières » .Red and black bilingual logo of University Affairs. Le marque bilingue d'Affaires universitaires en rouge et noir.

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