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    ISSUES IN PUBLIC SECTOR EVALUATION THE IMPORTANT DEBATES

    You are invited to attend Issues in Public Sector Evaluation The Important Debates Wednesday, August 16, 2017, 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm Room 3087 – 3089, Kenneth Rowe Building 6100 University Avenue, Halifax, NS Presented by students in the Master of Public Administration (Management) Program, Faculty of Management, Dalhousie University who participated in an on-line course in program evaluation come together at Dalhousie for their intensive. They will share a summary of their papers which looked into an evaluation issue or evaluation debate. The presentations are organized into four panels with three papers in each, giving you an opportunity to engage in the debate. The presentations will be followed by…

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    Networking Opportunity for New Evaluators

    Please spread the word to those individuals who may be interested in getting involved in evaluation as a career. Event poster: (studenteventposter-dec2016) Date: Friday, December 2, 2016 Time: 11:30-2:30 Location: Rowe Bldg 6100 University Ave, Rm 3001 Please RSVP: [email protected] You’re invited to attend student presentations of evaluation frameworks developed in partnership with various provincial and federal government departments. Following the presentations meet with evaluators, including Canadian Evaluation Society Nova Scotia Chapter Board members to learn about career opportunities in evaluation and about student opportunities with the Canadian Evaluation Society.

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    CES Nova Scotia now on Twitter

    The Canadian Evaluation Society Nova Scotia Chapter is now on Twitter (@cesnovascotia)! Please be sure to follow us and tweet us about important topics for you in Nova Scotia as they relate to evaluation. We will also be reaching out to those of you listed on our consultant directory to ensure information is up to date, and the newly elected chapter executives for 2016-2017 will be planning over the summer for ways to develop our chapter as we move forward. The executives are always happy to hear from members, or those interested in evaluation in the province, so please do not hesitate to contact us with your ideas.

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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…