The 2015 DCUTL will take place on April 29 and 30 in the Rowe Management Building at the Dalhousie University Campus in beautiful Halifax, Nova Scotia. The full program is available here.
This year’s conference theme, “The Significance of Community Engagement for Student Learning”, will explore the broad spectrum of work-integrated learning and internship/practicum/co-op education through to community service learning, on the local and global scope.
The keynote address will be given on April 29th by Dr. Carl Amrhein, Distinguished Research Chair, Conference Board of Canada. Dr. Amrhein will be speaking on “The Role of Communities and Community Engaged Learning in supporting Canada’s ‘Skills’ Agenda in Post-Secondary Education”.
A plenary panel will be hosted on April 30th with speakers Robert Summerby-Murray, Dean, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, Dalhousie University; Matthew Hebb, Government Relations, Dalhousie University; Esther E. Enns, Senior Advisor, Teaching and Learning, Saint Mary’s University; and Fiona Black , Provost & VP Academic, Dalhousie University. They will speak on the topic of Institutional Approaches to Community Engaged Learning.
External Conference Registration Fees
Group rate (5 or more from the same institution): $175 per person – Use promo code: group_dcutl
For more information on other sessions and to register, please visit http://www.dal.ca/dept/clt/events-news/DCUTL.html