Below are a few resources for learning more about the Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement (CFICE) project, the Community-Campus Engage Canada (CCEC) working group, and more.
Environment Scan: Community-Campus Engagement (CCE) Brokering, Partnership Tools and Student Pathways to Engagement
Check out more CCEC stories and resources below
Thursday, July 5, 2018
Carleton Hosts Launch of Community-Campus Engage Canada
By Tyrone Burke Photos by Chris Roussakis The ivory tower’s walls are getting a little more permeable. For the past six years, the SSHRC-funded action research project Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement (CFICE) has studied how players on campus and in the community can partner to co-create knowledge and positively impact...
Wednesday, July 4, 2018
Conversations with: Lynn Sutankayo, partnership coordinator at University of Alberta
In CFICE’s “Conversations With” series, we interview community-campus engagement (CCE) practitioners to get their insights on CCE. Interview conducted by Erin Martel, CFICE Communications Research Assistant. Lynn Sutankayo is a partnership coordinator at University of Alberta's (North Campus) Community Service-Learning (CSL) unit, where she...
Tuesday, July 3, 2018
Expectations and timelines when working with a post-secondary institution
by Chelsea Nash, CFICE Communications Research Assistant Post-secondary institutions have specific timelines, long processes for things like ethics approval or grant applications, and generally speaking, a complex power structure that can involve some firm top-down governance. These factors can easily complicate a campus-community partnership,...