• Networking,  Professional Development

    Reminder: CES-NS Journal Club (Jan 26) – Evaluation in Transition: The Promise and Challenge of South-South Development Cooperation

    Sharing a quick reminder that the CES-NS Journal Club is returning on January 26th, 12:05 – 12:55 p.m Atlantic Time! This month, we will examine a new article in the latest edition of the Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation, entitled “Evaluation in Transition: The Promise and Challenge of South-South Development Cooperation,” by Zenda Ofir.  We welcome you to read the article in advance and reflect on implications for Canadian Evaluators working in International Development, as well as for Nation to Nation relationship in evaluation, as called for by CES commitments to advancing Truth and Reconciliation.  Dr. Ofir has graciously invited us to collect questions from Journal Club participants for future follow up. Hosted by Peter…

  • Networking,  Professional Development

    The CES-NS Journal Club Returns on Jan 26! Evaluation in Transition: The Promise and Challenge of South-South Development Cooperation

    CES Nova Scotia Monthly Online Journal ClubJanuary 26, 2022, 12:05 – 12:55 p.m Atlantic Time Registration:https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUlc-yvqzMrHdRVSzmCYMTSXI5Jj2LYhFD3 Hosted by Peter MacIntosh, CES NS Professional Development Committee CES-Nova Scotia is pleased to collaborate with other Atlantic CES Chapters to host an online Journal Club for CES members and guests, on the fourth Wednesday of every month. On January 26, we will examine a new article in the latest edition of the Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation, entitled “Evaluation in Transition: The Promise and Challenge of South-South Development Cooperation,” by Zenda Ofir.  We welcome you to read the article in advance and reflect on implications for Canadian Evaluators working in International Development, as…

  • Networking,  Professional Development

    2022 CES Conference: Call for Proposals is open!

    The Call for proposals is open for the 2022 CES Annual Conference! The conference will take place June 13-15, 2022 in Winnipeg, MB. Proposals are being accepted for presentations, workshops, and thematic breakfast presentations. All proposals must align with the C2022 theme, “Diversity, Our Interwoven Experiences”. For more information and to submit a proposal, please visit the conference website:https://c2022.evaluationcanada.ca/proposal-submission The Call for Proposals can also be accessed below:

  • Networking

    Calling on all Student Case Competition Volunteers!

    The Case Competition Working Group is a small energetic, innovative, and committed group of volunteers who are stimulating and fun to work with. If you are interested in supporting the annual fundraising efforts for the Student Case Competition, please contact Brian McGowan: [email protected] Involvement in the fundraising role will significantly increase your personal network and profile in the Canadian Evaluation Society and the broader evaluation community. It also helps stimulate interest and excellence in future evaluation professionals.

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    Volunteer opportunities are still available for the Canadian Evaluation Society 2022 conference!

    Are you interested in evaluation? Do you have some time to volunteer? Planning for the Canadian Evaluation Society 2022 (C2022) conference has begun. Volunteers are needed to support conference planning (e.g., planning the program and reviewing submissions, promotions and marketing, planning thematic events, managing volunteers, and completing an evaluation of the conference). Volunteering can be completed virtually and you do not have to reside within Winnipeg or Manitoba to help. The conference will be held in Winnipeg June 13-15, 2022 (pending public health restrictions). If you are interested in getting involved, please contact the conference Co-Chair, Ryan Catte at [email protected]