University Research Partners

The development of university and research partnerships enables researchers at the University of Winnipeg to connect their work beyond academia, network with industry and community organizations, and form collaborations that have the potential to make real change at the university level and society more broadly. Learn more about research partnerships with the Unviersity of Winnipeg below.

For questions about research partnerships, contact Lauren Bosc – Program Officer, Research Partnerships, l.bosc@uwinnipeg.ca.

Research Impact Canada

Research Impact Canada (RIC) is a pan-Canadian network of universities committed to maximizing the impact of academic research for the public good in local and global communities. RIC is committed to developing institutional capacities to support creating and assessing impacts of research, scholarship and creative activities by developing and sharing best practices, services and tools.

To read more about RIC, click here.

The Conversation Canada

The Conversation Canada launched in June 2017 with the University of Winnipeg joining as a founding partner. It is a website devoted to sharing timely academic analysis and commentary based on research evidence and insights generated by Canadian universities.

As a national non-profit organization, The Conversation Canada seeks to rectify a key challenge: a significant portion of scholarly knowledge remains relatively hidden in academic journals and is not available to the broader public. The Conversation model is based on fostering the broadest circulation of content and amplifying the impact of ideas and research.

All articles are free to republish by the media. 

Click here to see all the UWinnipeg researchers and academics featured on The Conversation Canada.

Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion

Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion and CCDI Consulting are forward-looking social organizations with research and learning woven into our DNA, tracing how people identify alongside demographic trends within the Canadian workplace to move employers from diversity to inclusion.

Their mission is to help those we work with be inclusive, free of prejudice and discrimination – and to generate the awareness, dialogue and action for people to recognize diversity as an asset and not an obstacle.

Click here to read more about this organization.

Community Based Research Canada

Community Based Research Canada (CBR Canada) is a national champion and facilitator of community-based research excellence, a research approach addressing challenging societal problems. It's mission is to advance community-based research excellence in Canada by strengthening partnerships, bridging capacity,  mobilizing knowledge, and championing  community-based research among individuals, communities, and institutions.

Click here to read more about this organization.

Mitacs

Mitacs powers research and development by connecting industry with the best post-secondary institutions to solve business challenges—in Canada and internationally. For 20 years, Mitacs has funded cutting-edge research, created job opportunities for graduate students and helped companies reach their business goals, achieving results that have bolstered the Canadian economy.

Click here to see all the UWinnipeg research project partnerships with Mitacs.

Canadian Institute of Nuclear Physics

The purpose of the Canadian Institute of Nuclear Physics (CINP) is to provide a formal organization to fairly-represent and effectively-advocate the interests and goals of the Canadian nuclear physics research community to relevant agencies and parties.

The institutional members of the CINP represent active nuclear physicists from coast-to-coast.

Click here to read more about CINP.

Institute of Particle Physics

The Institute of Particle Physics was founded

  • To promote Canadian excellence in particle physics research and advanced education.
  • To maximise the impact of Canadian particle physicists by employing an outstanding group of IPP research scientists playing key roles in our highest priority projects, organizing long-range planning that articulate the community’s scientific priorities and maintaining close ties to the Canadian particle physics laboratories.
  • To serve as the focal point for particle physics activities in Canada and a point of contact for our partners in laboratories and universities around the world.
  • To train highly qualified personnel, expose the next generation of Canadians to the opportunities in particle physics world-wide and maintain an active outreach programme to all stakeholders including the broader Canadian public.

Click here to read more about the IPP.

Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies

The Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies (ACUNS) exist to support collaborative and inclusive research partnerships and educational programming that responds to northern needs and priorities, and inform Canadians about the North.

 Click here to read more about ACUNS.

The Newberry Library Consortium

The Newberry Consortium in American Indian Studies (NCAIS) is based out of the Newberry Library, an independent research library in Chicago, Illinois. The membership provides access to significant historical resources and is a platform for discussing new methodologies and honing research skills alongside leading scholars and researchers.

Click here to read more about The Newberry Consortium.