Archives: Nadine Changfoot
Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Academic Article: Participatory planning in a low-income neighbourhood in Ontario, Canada: building capacity and collaborative interactions for influence
Published on July 13, 2018 in the Oxford Academic Community Development Journal, this article, Participatory Planning in a Low-Income Neighbourhood in Ontario, Canada, provides an overview of a community-led participatory planning process that sought to involve citizens who are often marginalized within planning processes. The research took place...
Monday, January 29, 2018
The Impact of Tenure on Community-Campus Engagement
In a CFICE article titled “5 Things You Should Know About Tenure in Canada and at Carleton”, we outlined what tenure is and how it works. In this follow up article, we look at how a professor’s tenure status can affect their involvement in community-campus engagement work. by Kira Locken, CFICE Volunteer Many PhD...
Monday, January 25, 2016
Community First and Community-Trent Partnerships
by Nadine Changfoot, Community Environmental Sustainability hub (Peterborough/Haliburton) Academic Co-lead, with Annette Pedlar, POST Research Assistant On January 13, Trent University's Masters of Sustainability Studies (MASS) Colloquium featured the work of local community leaders, students and faculty. This event was brought together by the...