Conference Presentations

  • Community Engaged Scholarship: Critical Junctures in Research, Practice and Policy: Conference ReportWenger L, Hawkins L, Seifer SD. (Editors). (2011). Community-Engaged Scholarship: Critical Junctures in Research, Practice and Policy: Conference Report. Community-Campus Partnerships for Health & the University of Guelph.
    Conference Report PDF

  • Setting the Stage: The Landscape of Community-Engaged Scholarship (Keynote)
    Sherril Gelmon, Professor of Public Health, Chair, Division of Public Administration Mark O. Hatfield School of Government,
    Portland State University
    Gelmon Presentation PDF

  • Panel 1: The Development of Community-Engaged Scholars
    Lynn Blanchard,
    Director, Carolina Center for Public Service, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Blanchard Presentation PDF

  • Building Academic Capacity for Community Engaged Scholars at McGill University
    Ann C. Macaulay & Jon Salsberg, McGill University

    Macaulay McGill PDF

  • Faculty and Community Engagement Through a University Wide Food Security Partnership Model
    Connie H. Nelson & Mirella Stroink, Lakehead University

    Nelson Lakehead PDF

  • Negotiating Agendas and Expectations in a Diverse Community-University Research Team:  Learning from a Sexual Health Study with LGBTQ Youth Labeled with Intellectual Disabilities
    Denise Nepveux, Zack Marshall, Tess Vo, Devon Proudfoot, Stephanie Nixon & Sarah Flicker, Syracuse University

    Nepveux Syracuse PDF

  • The York University – TD Community Engagement Centre:  Stepping Out, Stepping Up
    Lesley Beagrie, Sue Levesque, Yvette Munro, Cheryl Prescod, Barry Rieder, Brenda Spotton Visano & Varun Vig, York University, TD Community Engagement Centre

    Levesque York University-TDCEC

  • Strengthening the Scholarship of Engagement by Focusing on Faculty, Departments, and Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure Decision-Making Processes
    Patricia M. Sobrero & Ellis Cowling, North Carolina State University

    Sobrero North Carolina State U PDF

  • Panel 3: Structures and Policies that Support Community-Engaged Scholarship II
    Universities Without Walls:  Teaching and Learning With a New Generation of Canadian HIV Researchers

    Francisco Ibanez-Carrasco, Shauna Butterwick, Cathy Worthington, Sean Rourke, Elisabeth Marks & Jean Bacon, Universities Without Walls, Ontario HIV Treatment Network

    Ibanez Carrasco Universities Without Walls PDF
  • Rural Development in Alberta:  A New Approach and Evaluation Method
    Paul Watson, Dee Ann Benard, Judy Ferguson & Leslie Ayre-Jaschke, Alberta Rural Development Network

    Watson Alberta Rural Development Network PDF

  • Network and System Science Contributions to Advancing Community Engagement for Knowledge Translation
    Melinda Forthofer, John Clarkson, Alyssa Mackelprang & Bob Roscoe, Arnold School of Public Health, University of South Carolina

    Forthofer U of South Carolina PDF

  • Presentation of Emerging Critical Themes
    Linda Hawkins, Director, Institute for Community-Engaged Scholarship/Research Shop, University of Guelph

    Lisa Wenger, Anne Bergen, Jaime Brown, Patricia Atlass, Sarah Pugh & Jacqueline de Guzman,
    University of Guelph; Denise Nepveux,  Syracuse University, New York
    Summary of Day 1 PDF

  • Panel 4: Strategies for Institutional Change
    Rhonda Lenton
    , Associate Vice President Academic & Vice Provost, York University
    Lenton Presentation PDF

  • Learning from Community: Methodological and Practical Reflections on Shifting the AcademyTerry L. Mitchell, Jane Hennig, Maria Liegghio & Lindsay Buckingham-Rivard, Wilfrid Laurier University
    Mitchell WLU

  • From Inquiry to Engagement:  A Reflection on 10 Years of Community-Based Learning and Research on Food Security and Sustainability at the University of British Columbia
    Alejandro Rojas, Will Valley & Yona Sipos, University of British Columbia

    Rojas UBC PDF

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