Carleton Connects: Building and
Celebrating Community Partnerships
Carleton University’s 75th Anniversary Community-Academic Expo
October 13-15, 2017
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
THE CALL FOR PRESENTATION PROPOSALS IS NOW CLOSED. THANK YOU TO ALL WHO HAVE SUBMITTED PROPOSALS FOR PRESENTATIONS.
**IF YOU HAVE NOT YET RECEIVED FEEDBACK REGARDING YOUR SUBMITTED PROPOSAL, PLEASE CONTACT KATHY MCKINLEY (Kathy.McKinley@carleton.ca) AT YOUR EARLIEST CONVENIENCE.**
NOTE THAT WE ARE STILL ACCEPTING PROPOSALS FOR EXHIBITS (INCLUDING STUDENT POSTERS/EXHIBITS) UNTIL SEPTEMBER 18, 2017, HERE:
Carleton Connects: Building and Celebrating Community Partnerships is a three day Research Partner expo in celebration of Carleton University’s 75th anniversary in 2017. The Carleton Connects Community-Academic Expo program committee invites proposals for discussion panels, presentations, workshops, exhibitions, performances, and posters from community partners, students, staff, faculty, and/or instructors working in partnership in the areas of (1) sustainability, (2) accessibility, (3) global citizenship, or (4) Indigenous communities and knowledges. We are especially interested in proposals that bring to the fore the voices and experiences from multiple constituents, including, for example, community partners, students, and faculty members.
Community needs were a central driving force behind the establishment of Carleton University in 1942. Carleton’s creation as one of the first non-denominational universities in Canada drew on the support of local non-profit, public, and private sector organizations. Building on this history of collaboration, Carleton continues to proudly value its connections and relationships, whether with specific communities in Ottawa and Eastern Ontario, or with collaborators across the globe. Through research, learning, teaching, entrepreneurship, and volunteering, Carleton’s students, staff, faculty, and administrators are supported and inspired by their work alongside a wide range of community partners.
The purpose of the 2017 Carleton Connects event is to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Carleton University by showcasing its rich history of community partnerships with a particular focus on four themes of partnerships around Indigeneity, sustainability, accessibility and global citizenship. The event will include opportunities for participants to share knowledge about current partnerships; to develop new partnerships and networks; to share and reflect on experiences in community-campus partnerships; to celebrate student engagement in community partnerships; and to explore directions for the next 25 years of community-engaged teaching, research and service.
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