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The CU Expo digital story, created by Zag Productions and Trunk Lane Creative, is available for viewing on the Research Repository at: http://research.library.mun.ca/1939/
View this short video to gain a sense of the CUExpo experience. In the comments section below: What would encourage you to participate in CUExpo 2015 to be held in Ottawa?
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The Community Food Security (CFS) hub of Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement (CFICE) is seeking community campus projects.
Reposted from Food Secure Canada, co-lead of the CFS hub with Carleton University.
Have you been engaged in a community/academic collaboration within the Canadian food movement, or do you facilitate collaboration between community organizations and universities/colleges? Are you interested in evaluating your experiences and sharing the results, including the barriers you face, how they are overcome, and what you’ve learned about collaboration in the process? Applications are due June 30th, 2013 Read more.
Reposted from CUExpo communication:
Service-Learning is “an educational approach integrating community service with intentional learning activities, working together toward outcomes that are mutually beneficial” – CACSL
CU Expo 2013 Service Learning Project: WestRock Community Centre Mural Painting Arts-based projects can have a very positive, galvanizing effect on a community. Corner Brook artist, and Grenfell Campus Fine Arts graduate, Nancy Jacobsen will work alongside the WestRock Community Centre to create a painted mural on the wall of their multi-purpose room. All aspects of the project – from inception, planning and fine-tuning of the design, to the actual painting and clean-up –
International Journal for Service Learning in Engineering, Humanitarian Engineering, and Social Entrepreneurship Spring Edition
The editors of the International Journal for Service Learning in Engineering, humanitarian Engineering and Social Entrepreneurship (IJSLE) are pleased to announce publication of the Spring 2013 issue. To view this issue of the Journal, please log on to www.ijsle.org. We hope you enjoy this edition of the Journal.
Articles in this Issue:
Student Perceptions of Engineering Service Experiences as a Source of Learning Technical and Professional Skills Adam Robert Carberry, Hee-Sun Lee, Christopher W. Swan
Assessment of Colloidal Silver Impregnated Ceramic Bricks for Small-Scale Drinking Water Treatment Applications Daniel M. Nover, Erica R. McKenzie, Geetika Joshi, William E. Fleenor
To be successful in this position, candidates will have experience in some or all of the following: community development, experiential learning, community-based research, participatory action research, community service-learning and consulting. Experience teaching, tutoring or similar education-related experience would be considered an asset, as would an interest in lifelong learning. Familiarity with communities in the City and County of Peterborough and with nearby south-central Ontario communities are a definite asset. Knowledge of the academic and administrative contexts of Trent University and area community colleges is desirable.
For a full job description, visit the TCCBE website at: http://bit.ly/14Ge0OH
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