Engagement Fair

“We cannot seek achievement for ourselves and forget about progress and prosperity for our community…Our ambitions must be broad enough to include the aspirations and needs of others, for their sakes and for our own.” – Cesar Chavez

CUExpo2013-poster-booth

Photo credit: Tom Cochrane

Want to connect with others working to make the world a better place? Want to share the accomplishments of your community-campus partnership? Looking to identify new partners? Then make sure you attend the C2UExpo 2015 Engagement Fair on Thursday May 28!

Taking place in room 252 of the Carleton University MacOdrum Library from 3:00pm – 5:30pm, the Fair will be host to several different community and campus-based organizations.

As part of C2UExpo’s overall Engagement Afternoon, you can start by enjoying refreshments while you browse through the Fair, and then head upstairs to the Library’s Discovery Centre where you can engage with over 20 Poster Presenters, or sign out one of our “living books” as part of our Living Library event.

Engagement Fair Booths

The Engagement Fair will feature booths from the following organizations:

University of Ottawa – Centre for Global and Community Engagement
Canadian Alliance for Community Service-Learning (CACSL) / Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement (CFICE)
ResearchImpact / RéseauImpactRechereche
Centre for Social Justice and Community Action, Durham University
Community Research Ethics Office (CREO)
Department of University Communications, Carleton University
Volunteer Canada
Community Based Research Canada (CBRC)
Centre For Community Based Research (CCBR)
National Association of Friendship Centres
Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH)
Department of History and Carleton Centre for Public History, Carleton University
Greenspace Alliance of Canada’s Capital
Department of Geography and Environmental Studies
Ottawa Tool Library (OTL)
The Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
The Campfire Project, Carleton Centre for Community Innovation (3ci)
Governance Research Innovation Development (GRID) Corp.: CHIRPER.CA; SmartUpLean.com
Student Experience Office, Carleton University (Alternative Spring Break Program)

Poster Presenters

Knowledge, Attitudes, Behaviors, And Beliefs about Chronic Kidney Disease in Indiana Minority Communities
Priscilla Ryder; Chandana Saha; Anita Ohmit

How Asset-based Community Development is enhancing university community engagement at Sunan Ampel State Islamic University, Surabaya, Indonesia
Nadhir Salahuddin

An innovative pilot evaluation of a pre-adolescent food literacy program: “Fresh Fuel: The CanU Food Club”
Mihiri Witharana

Decolonizing Approaches: A Personal Journey
Mali Bain

Hand in Hand: The Importance of Private Sector Engagement in Community and Organizational Resilience
Ranim Abdalla; Emily Guy; Shannon Tracey; Tracey O’Sullivan; Barb Hiland; Jill Courtemanche

Engaging youth through thematic expression
Stephen Darcy; Lisa D. Bishop; Melissa Earles-Druken; Rob Sinnott; Susan Avery; Norah Duggan; Amanda L. Pendergast

Immigration Policy, Latinas and Intimate Partner Violence
Shireen S. Rajaram; Elisha Novak; Jossy Rogers; Ana Barrios; Sandra Leal; Ashvita Garg

Community Service-Learning and Second Language Development in a Minority-Language Context
Kirsten Hummel

Not Without You: Evaluation of the Employment Component of Ottawa’s Youth Futures/Avenir Jeunesse
Jane Whynot; Vivien Runnels; Caroline Andrew; Mohamud Hassan; Mitchell Kutney

Evaluation of Telepsychiatry for Children and Adolescents in Labrador
Hubert White, Tanya Purchase, Kim St. John, Rajive Rajan, Weldon Bonnell, Sylvia Heath

Engage 2020
Henk Mulder

Engaging with marginalized groups using Asset-based Community Development
Hammis Syafaq

Shifting Authority in the evaluation of Community-University Partnership Projects
Elona Hoover; Paula Graham

Readiness to Collaborate in Disaster Resilience Preparedness Activities
Eleni Levreault; Nathaniel Leduc; Barb Hiland; Shannon Tracey; Tracey O’Sullivan

Designing Resilient Citylands through Community Participation
Elena Christy

Working with the Community to Evaluate Service-Learning Outcomes: Logic Model Development Process and Measures
Edessa C. Jobli; Barbara J. Kruger; W. Shane McClanahan; Diana Crowe; Connie Roush

Qualitative assessment of community environment with elderly residents for health promotion: A case of low-income community in Seoul, Korea
Dong Ha Kim; Nan-He Yoon; Seunghyun Yoo; Ye-Hwa Yun; Jong-Sang Sung

A Methodology for Sustainability: What Are We Teaching in Our Universities?
Christina Bell

A video analysis of the self-representation of youth participants in a partnership program promoting post-secondary education
Ayane Bouh; Emilia Macerado; Caroline Andrew; Vivien Runnels

A trans-disciplinary research partnership for better community engagement and resilience in immigrants of Canada
An Gie Yong; Caroline Andrew; Ms. Lucila Spigelblatt; Louise Lemyre; Dr. Celine Pinsent

RRI Tools. Fostering Responsible Research and Innovation
Norbert Steinhaus; Michaela Shields

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