Dr Gibson Shares Perspectives on Rural Welcoming Communities

Dr Gibson Shares Perspectives on Rural Welcoming Communities
  Graduate students in the Rural Planning and Development program at the University of Guelph will be able to take a course this winter focused on building healthy rural communities. Dr. Wayne Caldwell is teaching an online course titled, "Healthy Rural and Small Town Communities". The course builds on recent research and publications, such as the Healthy Rural Communities Toolkit. As part of the course, Dr. Gibson shared perpsectives from recent r

Webinar: From Black Horses to White Steeds

Webinar: From Black Horses to White Steeds
    Authors from across Canada and internationally hosted a webinar to highlight the key stories from a new publication called From Black Horses to White Steeds: Building Community Resilience. The book celebrates and critiques the dynam- ics of innovation, governance, and culture in place. Case studies from both sides of the North Atlantic illustrate episodes of “turning around”: evolution, transformation, and visionary strategy that breath

Social Media and Knowledge Mobilization

Social Media and Knowledge Mobilization
  On March 15, 2017, researchers explored how you can use social media more effectively to engage your stakeholder and encourage knowledge mobilization between partners and colleagues. A six-person panel put a spotlight on some of the successful social media initiatives from across the country. The webinar included presentations from: Bojan Furst: Manager of Knowledge Mobilization at Memorial University's Harris Centre will provide a quick introdu

Regional Governance, Collaboration, and Place Interview

Regional Governance, Collaboration, and Place Interview
  During the recent Our Way Forward: Sharing Knowledge and Building Capacity for Regional Development conference Dr. Gibson participated in a radio/webinar interview on regional governance. The interview with Dr. Kelly Vodden was live broadcast on radio in the Northern Peninsula region during the conference and has been recently posted online. The discussion focused on how communities can explore regional governance models to address regional oppor