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All are welcome at our Virtual Research Dialogue on Thursday, August 18th

We will share learnings from "Beyond the Academy," our research initiative in partnership with the University of British Columbia and funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). 

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We help scholars and research professionals attract funding, connect with new audiences, and build partnerships.

We work with scholars, research teams, and organizations across the knowledge ecosystem to bridge the gap between research and impact.

Attract Funding

Writing, review, and strategic planning to launch great research and keep it going.

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Tell Your Story

Media writing, podcasting, and visual design to connect your work with new audiences.

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Build Capacity

Tailored training and facilitation to tap into the potential of your team, cohort, or department.

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Research with Purpose

Visit our gallery of diagrams, infographics, and other resources to help our clients drive change with their research.

Browse Our Work

"Hikma creates the alchemy for the project to work."

Our clients are brilliant, creative, and motivated to drive change with their work. 

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What We Stand For


The Hikma Collective is our growing learning community. 



Our programs are informed by our ongoing research partnership with the University of British Columbia. 



We craft engaging research narratives through our writing, podcasting, and visual design. 


Meet the Collective

The Hikma Collective creates space for curiosity, empathy, and joy.

Our blog offers resources and stories from members about how ideas take shape, travel, and thrive.

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Reconnect with your writing practice

Jul 18, 2022

Our Founder

Erica Machulak, PhD, has made a career out of asking good questions. She created Hikma to help researchers and entrepreneurs find new ways to engage with partners, collaborators and stakeholders.

Erica’s work has been published in Inside Higher Ed, Intellect Ltd, the Yearbook of Langland Studies, and Humanities, the magazine of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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