Student learning can reach far beyond the classroom. Through community engaged learning, faculty, students and community organizations partner to co-create research programs that have a real impact. The Community Engaged Scholarship Institute works to integrate community-driven research into the course context, introducing students to collaborative research and key issues of relevance in our community.
You are aware of your privilege, advocate for the disadvantaged, and know enough to feel like you just might be "woke". However, navigating diverse spaces still feels like a minefield of guild and shame, and while you want to do better, knowing how isn't always clear. What now? Join us for this series of four Friday evening workshops with facilitator Kevin Sutton from Threshold, to explore how we can have a more fruitful and fulfilling journey toward supportive professional environments.
Do you or your organization struggle with evaluation? Can a non-profit organization do meaningful evaluation on a limited budget? Can an evaluation project generate findings that are truly useful, while also meeting funder expectations? Community organizations are invited to join Andrew Taylor from Taylor Newberry Consulting and adjunct faculty member at the University of Guelph for a practical, informal, interactive workshop with hands-on exercises. Participants will learn: