• Networking,  Professional Development

    Measuring Collaboration Presentation and Engagement with CES (free event!)

    An Opportunity to: -> Meet the President of the Canadian Evaluation Society -> Engage with provincial CES folks -> Enjoy a presentation on measuring collaboration The Presentation Organizations are increasingly pressured to achieve results in complex environments. The collaboration frequently required to carry out projects and programs is often missing from theories of change. Evaluation can play a key role in articulating how and in what contexts improved relationships and collaboration lead to improved outcomes. A deeper understanding of collaboration can help to guide the design of interventions and strengthen long-term improvements to programs and organizational functioning. This presentation offers a series of concepts and tools related to measuring collaboration.…

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    REMINDER: Upcoming FREE Lecture by Dr Stephen Brookfield

    MSVU President’s Visiting Lecture Series to host Dr. Stephen Brookfield Mount Saint Vincent University and the Delmore “Buddy” Daye Learning Institute are pleased to host Dr. Stephen Brookfield, award winning expert on adult education and teaching race, for the 2019 edition of the President’s Visiting Lecture Series on Teaching and Learning. In his talk “Overcoming white supremacy through teaching with narrative disclosure”, Dr. Brookfield, will explore ways of teaching about race. In his recent book Teaching Race: How to help students unmask and challenge racism, he notes the following (points which will also underpin his talk at MSVU): We live in a time of rampant racism. If unchallenged, racism will continue…

  • Networking,  Professional Development

    Upcoming lecture by Dr. Stephen Brookfield

    MSVU President’s Visiting Lecture Series to host Dr. Stephen Brookfield Mount Saint Vincent University and the Delmore “Buddy” Daye Learning Institute are pleased to host Dr. Stephen Brookfield, award winning expert on adult education and teaching race, for the 2019 edition of the President’s Visiting Lecture Series on Teaching and Learning. In his talk “Overcoming white supremacy through teaching with narrative disclosure”, Dr. Brookfield, will explore ways of teaching about race. In his recent book Teaching Race: How to help students unmask and challenge racism, he notes the following (points which will also underpin his talk at MSVU): We live in a time of rampant racism. If unchallenged, racism will continue…

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    CES-NB conference announcement

    The Canadian Evaluation Society – New Brunswick Chapter, in collaboration with the Université de Moncton and the New Brunswick Social Policy Research Network invite you to take part in an evaluation conference on the theme of “Evaluation and its applications in the economic and social fields”. The conference will be held on January 28th from 10:00 am till 3:30 pm, Room 157, Pavillon Leopold-Taillon, Université de Moncton. Key speakers include : • Jimmy Bourque, Professor Faculté des sciences de l’Éducation, and Head of the Centre for Research and Development in Education, Université de Moncton • Michel Desjardins, Founder and President of Consortia Development Group • Marie Gervais, Professor, Université de Laval, Vice president Réseau francophone d’évaluation…

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    The State of the Nation – Citizen Engagement in Nova Scotia

    The State of the Nation – Citizen Engagement in Nova Scotia Guest Speaker: Danny Graham of Engage NS Join us Tuesday morning September 29th to hear about how we as Nova Scotians are actively engaged in shaping our future. Our keynote speaker, Danny Graham, Chief Engagement Officer at Engage Nova Scotia, will discuss the role citizen engagement is playing in building a resilient province. Date: Tuesday, September 29th Time: 8 am to 9 am (doors open at 7:30 am) Location: The Art Gallery of NS – Seminar Room Complimentary coffee/tea and pastries. Space is limited and will be filled on a first-come first-serve basis. Cost:  To offset the costs of…