Carleton’s 4th Annual Community Engagement Event celebrates the diverse connections that exist between Carleton researchers, students and community organizations in Ottawa and beyond. The event will feature a series of networking sessions hosted by Carleton faculty and community members to learn about partnership-based research projects, course-based projects, and opportunities for new connections. The morning includes a panel discussion entitled “Community Culture Shock” on the power, joys and tribulations of Community-Campus Partnerships featuring Marc-Andre Clement of “Culture Shock Canada” and students from CCDP3003 (Communication Skills for Multimedia Design Students). Several award-winning students will also present on their community engagement projects. The full list of Carleton and Community presenters will be shared by February 1 here.
This event is free and open to all. It is sponsored by Carleton’s Committee on Community Engaged Pedagogy, the Office of the Provost, the Faculty of Public Affairs, the Discovery Centre, and the Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement (CFICE) research project.