Posts By: Alex Maisonneuve

Free Webinar on Food Waste

Free Webinar  Food Waste Reduction Practices and Policies – North America and EU                             Free Webinar About one third of all food produced for human consumption goes to waste. That amounts to more than one billion tonnes of waste around the world every… Read more »

CACSL and Volunteer Canada present Collective Impact: From Idea to Action

What: Skill building workshop led by Liz Weaver, Tam-arack Foundation When: May 26, 2015 9AM to 5PM Where: C2U Expo Pre-conference , Algonquin College CACSL and Volunteer Canada Members: $75 Non-members: $180 (Usual price $199) To register: Visit C2U Expo Website Led by Tamarack’s, Liz Weaver this hands on work-shop will lead participants through building… Read more »

Technique of the Week #8: Print

What you need to know One of the oldest forms of knowledge mobilization is the written language. By definition, the modern practice of history begins with written language with the oldest form of writing dating from 5500 BCE. Today, modern forms of writing often come in the form of prints. These prints can be in… Read more »

Thank you to the University of Alberta CSL Centre

Thank you to the University of Alberta CSL Centre for developing The Canadian Community Service-Learning Studies Resource Base (CCSLrb) which provides a wide range of bibliographic references and links to full-text sources of research on community service-learning, with a primary focus on Canadian research, for use by CSL instructors, researchers, community partners, and students. http://www.csl.ualberta.ca/en/Research/~/media/Community%20Service%20Learning/Documents/Reports/2015-03-24-Canadian-CSL-Studies-Resource-Base.pdf

CAGS: Imagining Canada’s Future.

CAGS members  know that graduate research has an important role to play in building Canada’s future and training its leaders. There are many paths to that future. The Canadian Association for Graduate Studies believes that graduate students hold critical answers to that question. That’s why CAGS will be engaging humanities and social sciences graduate students… Read more »

Applications to host the next Talloires Network.

The next Talloires Network (TN) Leaders Conference is to be held in June, July or August of 2017. Talloires Network member institutions and partner organizations are encouraged to consider applying to host the next TN global conference. If you are interested, please submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to host the 2017 Talloires Network Leaders… Read more »

ASEE Community Engagement Division Video Competition

The ASEE Community Engagement Division is hosting a film festival – a video competition – beginning April 19th (please see ced.asee.org).  Our goal is to document how engineering students from across the country are engaging communities.  There will be a $1000 Best Video Award and a $1000 Community Impact Award. For this effort, it is… Read more »

Proposals submissions for Western Region Research Conference on the Education of Adults due June 1st, 2015

WRRCEA October 16-18, 2015 University of Alberta Edmonton, Alberta, Canada The biannual WRRCEA conference, a collaborative effort of universities in Western Canada and the Western United States with graduate programs engaged in the study of the education of adults, will be hosted by the Department of Educational Policy Studies, University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada…. Read more »