Knowledge Mobilization (NCE-KM) Initiative Competition – LOI
Academic Unit: Inquire with Unit
Memorial Deadline: Monday 26th, February 2018
External Deadline: Monday 16th, April 2018
This program is administered by CCCS. If you have any questions, or require any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact CCCS. Interested units/researchers are encouraged to participate in the webinar that will be presented by NCE at the times posted below.
As noted on the Networks of Centres of Excellence of Canada website, the NCE has launched the Knowledge Mobilization (NCE-KM) Initiative competition. Competitions follow a multi-stage process that includes a comprehensive review conducted by top experts. Letters of Intent (LOI), the first stage of the review process, are due April 16, 2018.
The NCE-KM initiative funds networks dedicated to transferring knowledge to those who can put it into practice. NCE-KM networks are expected to create social and/or economic benefits through the application of evidence-based knowledge generated from research in combination with other sources and types of knowledge. NCE-KM networks must be driven to address needs and problems of importance to Canada and are therefore expected to be multidisciplinary and multisectoral. All applications must be co-led by a non-academic knowledge user as a co-applicant with an academic researcher.
Further information on the program can be reviewed here: http://www.nce-rce.gc.ca/Competitions-Competitions/Current-EnVigueur/NCEKM-RCEMC-2019/Index_eng.asp
For any Academic Units with researchers interested in developing/leading an application for the Knowledge Mobilization (NCE-KM) Initiative competition, you are asked to please submit an internal pre-proposal on or before 4pm, February 26h, 2018.
Pre-proposals will have a 2-page limit and must provide the following information:
- Description of the proposed Network and potential for impact on a national/global scale. Describe the problems of importance to Canada that will be addressed by the multidisciplinary and multisectoral
- Description of the Plan for Knowledge Mobilization
- The proposed governance and management structure.
3) List of anticipated/secured partners (including international partners)
4) Funding plan including anticipated funding request and any anticipated/secured commitments of cash and in-kind support for matching funds (identifying co-funders); pre-proposals must clearly delineate funding levels that are secured vs. anticipated
5) Names of 10 Memorial researchers that are proposed to be included as “applicants/co-applicants” in a full NCE application; note these researchers should demonstrate existing world-leading strength at Memorial in the research area provided in (1/2)
6) Anticipated outcomes of the proposed NCE
Pre-proposals (in PDF format) must be submitted by Deans (or AVPA for MI) via e-mail to email@example.com. If you have any questions, or require any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact CCCS. Interested units/researchers are encouraged to participate in the webinar that will be presented by NCE at the times posted below.
The NCE Secretariat will host webinars on Friday, February 16, 2018. In order to participate in the webinar(s), the followings links are to be used.
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