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Located in beautiful Victoria, British Columbia CUVIC 2014 is a 3-day conference focused on the growing global effort to deepen community engagement as universities seek to enhance their potential to contribute to the public good. The conference will offer a variety of keynote presentations, workshops, field trips and social networking opportunities. Built on four key community-university e... more...Link... - 2013-11-19
Community Based Research Canada invites you to join the growing national movement for community-based research and campus-community engagement Join up by going online - www.communityresearchcanada.ca Annual fees for 2014 are as follows: Individual Members $100 / Students $50 Membership Benefits Discount on future CUExpo registrations Opportunity to share your own community based research i... more...- 2013-11-12
The CUEXPO 2013 (www.cuexpo2013.ca) gathering in Cornerbrook Newfoundland was an amazing success with over 400 people from around the world attending and hosted by a vibrant community and province. Full details are on the website. The next – sixth!- CUEXPO 2015 will be in Ottawa hosted by Carleton University and the Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement 2012... more...- 2013-08-09
The CBRC has released its Summer 2013 E-newsletter! Highlights include: CBR News and Events Sharing Our Visions for CBRC and community-university engagement in Canada Membership Information Introduction to CBRC's Steering Committee You can sign up for the quarterly e-newsletter by emailing email@example.com or completing the form on the Members page. ... more...Link... - 2013-05-30
CBRC is excited to announce that Martin Taylor, former VP Research at UVic (1998-2007) and President of Ocean Networks Canada (2007-12), has been appointed to the role of Special Advisor to Community-Based Research Canada. Martin will provide direction for CBRC's 2013-2016 Strategic Plan with special focus on deepening and broadening the engagement of Canadian universities in CBRC. For more inform... more...- 2013-05-16
What is your vision for CBRC and the Canadian community-university engagement and research movement? What are we doing well and what do we need to do better to make a greater societal impact? We have asked members of our CBRC Steering Committee, each of them Canadian leaders in CBR to share their own visions. You can find these in our latest e-newsletter coming out in May. Pl... more...- 2013-05-10
Launch of the UNESCO Chair in Community-based Research and Social Responsibility in Higher Education
The UNESCO Chair in Community-based Research and Social Responsibility in Higher Education grows out of and supports the UNESCO commitment to play “a key role in assisting countries to build knowledge societies.” This recently created UNESCO Chair is unique in that it is situated in two complementary but distinct institutions. It is co-located at the Community Development Program... more...- 2013-03-04
We are seeking an organization or alliance, with community-university partnership experience and a passion for social innovation to host an exciting, international conference called CU Expo. Community organizations and educational institutions including colleges and other post secondary institutions—singly or in partnership—are encouraged to submit proposals. What is CU Expo? ... more...- 2013-01-11
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