COMMUNITY-UNIVERSITY ENGAGEMENT SEMINAR SERIES (University of Regina)

COMMUNITY-UNIVERSITY ENGAGEMENT SEMINAR SERIES

Wednesdays from noon to 1pm
Language Institute-216, La Rotonde, University of Regina

Oct. 19:  Letting the Community Speak for Itself
by Nuno F. Ribeiro, Ph.D, Centre for Kinesiology, Health and Sport

Oct. 26: Working Together to Eliminate Poverty in Saskatchewan
by Sydney Bell & Kirk Englot, Poverty Free Saskatchewan, Simon Enoch, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, and James Mulvale Ph.D, Faculty of Social Work

Nov. 2 : Bridging the Gap: Identifying Barriers Faced by Renters Receiving Social Assistance
by Alaina Harrison, Housing Coordinating / Researcher, Carmichael Outreach

The series will run Wednesdays from 12:00 – 1:00 beginning on October 5th until November 23rd. Bring your lunch!

This unique seminar series aims to foster enlightenment and discussion on theories, methodologies and practices underlying mutually beneficial Community-University (CU) partnerships.

The seminars are structured to provide a better understanding of different approaches to working with communities and to provide groundwork for the development of a solid CU engagement strategy. Such a strategy serves to strengthen the contribution of the university to community building.

Seminar Coordination: Frédéric Dupré, Dr. Cindy Hanson, and Dr. Harry Polo Diaz

An initiative supported by the Institut français and the Community Research Unit.
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SÉRIE DE SÉMINAIRES SUR L’ENGAGEMENT COMMUNAUTÉ-UNIVERSITÉ

Les mercredis de midi à 13h
LI-216, La Rotonde

Oct. 19:  Letting the Community Speak for Itself
par Nuno F. Ribeiro, Ph.D, Centre for Kinesiology, Health and Sport

Oct. 26: Working Together to Eliminate Poverty in Saskatchewan
par Sydney Bell & Kirk Englot, Poverty Free Saskatchewan, Simon Enoch, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives et James Mulvale Ph.D, Faculty of Social Work

Nov. 2 : Bridging the Gap: Identifying Barriers Faced by Renters Receiving Social Assistance
par Alaina Harrison, Housing Coordinating / Researcher, Carmichael Outreach

Cette série unique de séminaires a pour but de favoriser la réflexion et les échanges sur les théories, méthodologies et pratiques sous-tendant des partenariats Communauté-Université (CU) mutuellement bénéfiques.

Les séminaires sont structurés afin d’offrir une meilleure compréhension de différentes approches pour travailler avec des communautés et de fournir de solides fondations au développement d’une stratégie d’engagement CU. Une telle stratégie renforcerait la contribution de l’université à la construction de la communauté.

La série aura lieu les mercredis de midi à 13h débutant le 5 octobre pour se conclure le 23 novembre. Apportez votre lunch!

Coordination :  Frédéric Dupré, Cindy Hanson Ph.D. et Harry Polo Diaz Ph.D.

L’Institut français et Community Research Unit (CRU) appuient cette initiative.