Posts By: Victoria Calvert

CACSL Conference: Workshops by Volunteer Canada

2016 Impact for Sustainability Creating a Culture of Collaboration: 3 Sessions May 25-27, 2016 ROOM TBD | Mount Royal University These 3 sessions will bring academic faculty, Volunteer Centres and community partners together to discuss and develop more collaborative working relationships. The Creating a Culture of Collaboration series was designed in response to feedback received… Read more »

CACSL Conference 2016: Workshops with Patti Clayton

TransCanada International Forum on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Session I (Wed, 9:00 – 12:00): Integrating Critical Reflection and Assessment to Generate, Deepen, and Document Learning In this first of three opportunities to collaboratively explore Community Service-Learning and Community Engagement (CSL/CE) as the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) with practitioner-scholar Patti Clayton, we will… Read more »

CACSL Conference 2016 Speaker: Brittany Harker Martin with Lianne Lee

Brittany Harker Martin with Lianne Lee We will describe an innovative, co-curricular program for pre-service teachers and presents findings from a study investigating the program as Socially Empowered Learning. First, we introduce the novel design for a program that engages future teachers to serve community-identified needs while enhancing their knowledge as educators. Then, we present… Read more »

CACSL Conference 2016 Speaker:Stephen Hill, PhD

Stephen Hill PhD Stephen is an associate professor in the new School of Environment at Trent University. Stephen incorporates service learning and community-engaged scholarship in large first-year courses, upper year undergraduate courses, and graduate teaching. His teaching has been recognized through the T.H.B. Symons Award for Excellence in Teaching (2011) and the Excellence in Education… Read more »

CACSL Conference 2016 Speaker: Leah K. Hamilton, PhD

Leah K. Hamilton, PhD Assistant Professor; Department of Management, Human Resources, and Aviation; Bissett School of Business; Mount Royal University Adjunct Assistant Professor; Department of Psychology; University of Calgary Leah’s research focuses on the social and economic integration of immigrants in Canada. She is Principal Investigator on a SSHRC Insight Development Grant and Co-Investigator on… Read more »

CACSL Conference 2016 Speaker: Chelsea R. Willness, PhD

Chelsea R. Willness, PhD Assistant Professor and Grandey Scholar in Sustainable Leadership Edwards School of Business, University of Saskatchewan Associate Faculty School of Environment & Sustainability, University of Saskatchewan Research Associate Community-University Institute for Social Research Chelsea is a passionate champion of community-engaged scholarship. She holds two national research grants (SSHRC) for her research focusing on how stakeholders… Read more »

Call for Book Chapters

Community Service Learning and Community Engagement: Impact for Sustainability Deadline extended to January 31, 2015 The Editors, Dr. Cynthia J. Gallop and Victoria Calvert invite submissions across all CSL and CE practices, including our CACSL Conference theme: “Impact for Sustainability.” We seek a broad range of papers pertaining to campus-community partnerships and CSL/CE research and… Read more »

Community Service Learning and Community Engagement: Impact for Sustainability

As part of the CACSL 2016 conference we propose to publish Community Service Learning and Community Engagement: Impact for Sustainability, a twelve chapter book. Our goal for the publication is to encourage research and pedagogical scholarship in CSL/CE, and to ultimately increase the number of students, faculty, and community partners who have a chance to… Read more »

Call for Proposals: Extended Until January 31, 2016

May 25 to 27, 2016 Mount Royal University, Calgary, Alberta Mount Royal University (MRU) is pleased to host the 2016 national conference for Community Service Learning (CSL) and Community Engagement (CE). The conference is being structured to facilitate discussions, discovery, and networking between and within the constituent groups involved with administering, teaching, or conducting research… Read more »