Congratulations to Dr. Melissa Tanti, CESI Community Engaged Learning (CETL) Coordinator, who has been awarded a SSHRC postdoctoral fellowship to write a new book, Transnational Experiments.
We are pleased to share that, in March, CESI welcomed 6 new student assistants into a variety of roles. This cohort includes both undergraduate and graduate students from a range of programs across campus. They will be working across many of CESI's program areas, contributing to a special projects as well as regular, ongoing activities related to community engaged teaching and learning, knowledge mobilization, community engaged research, global engagement, and document accessibility.
The Community Engaged Scholarship Institute (CESI) is hiring 5 students to join our team. CESI is a research and teaching support unit in the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences working in collaboration with community organizations to address community research needs. Our work enables community-university collaborations that positively impact our partners and the wider community.
The following positions are available:
The Guelph Lab, one of CESI's 5 program areas, is calling for applications from University of Guelph graduate students with excellent skills in reviewing and summarizing research. There are three positions available.
If you walk down Carden Street in Downtown Guelph this month you may notice something new in the 10C window! 10C may be temporarily closed, but we've moved the gallery space to the front window to share some select works from Aftershock.
CESI's Student Community Engaged Scholarship Fund is now open for applications!
We invite applications from students in the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences (CSAHS) who have chosen to undertake community engaged projects. This can include research, knowledge mobilization, and other scholarly activitises that incorporate CES being conducted outside of assigned course work (e.g. independent studies, thesis, dissertation).
Students may apply for up to $500 per academic year to cover eligible costs such as:
The Guelph Lab is calling for applications from University of Guelph graduate students with excellent qualitative research and project management skills. In this position you will be undertaking a range of research activities working directly with community partners across a number of projects that aim to build civic literacy and improve democratic processes in Guelph.
Dr. Leah Levac, associate professor in the Department of Political Science and CESI Faculty Advisory Board (FAB) member, has just released a new co-edited collection, Creating Spaces of Engagement: Policy Justice and the Practical Craft of Deliberative Democracy.