A warm welcome to all #CSSHE2021 presenters and attendees! The 51st Annual CSSHE Conference begins on May 30, 2021 and we are thrilled to welcome delegates from 74 institutions in 15 countries. This year's conference features over 200 presentations from domestic and international delegates, graduate students, researchers and practitioners in higher education. https://vimeo.com/549748034 If you … Continue reading Welcome to the 51st Annual CSSHE Conference
https://vimeo.com/546116905 Thank to you all participants who joined us for the 50th Anniversary Webinar on May 6, 2021. For more past event recordings, click here. Register for #CSSHE2021 Annual Conference today! The final conference program is now available.
Join CSSHE for the 2021 Presidential Session at the annual CSSHE conference: Experiential Learning and the Future of the Social Non-Profit Sector May 31, 2021 2:15-3:30pm MST View recording Across Canada, non-profit social organizations have been at the forefront of the responses to both COVID-19 and racial injustices this past year. Community engaged learning, community-based … Continue reading CSSHE Presidential Session | May 31 | 2:15-3:30PM MST
Read the current issue of the Canadian Journal of Higher Education. Articles Work Hard, Party Hard: Harm Reduction in a Postsecondary SettingVictoria Ford, Alyssa Wooster, Mary Bartram (1-14) Les acquis de la formation doctorale: perceptions des compétences développéesMarcelline Bangali (15-27) Perspectives of Canadian Distance Educators on the Move to Online LearningCindy Ives, Pamela Walsh (28-40) … Continue reading Canadian Journal of Higher Education Vol 51, No 1 (2021): 51(1)
Celebrating 50 years of both the Canadian Society for Studies in Higher Education (CSSHE) and the Canadian Journal of Higher Education (CJHE) Thank you to the Centre for Higher Education Research and Development at the University of Manitoba for supporting this webinar. Thursday, May 6, 2021 from 12-1.30pm ESTREGISTER NOW: https://my.demio.com/ref/7MS3mjj2bd03k0cI Moderators: Roopa Desai Trilokekar, … Continue reading Looking Back/Looking Forward: CSSHE 50th Anniversary Webinar *UPDATED WITH REGISTRATION LINK
Dear Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education members, We hope that this finds you and those in your care all keeping well. On March 23, 2021, the CSSHE Board of Directors and CSSHE 2021 Conference Committee held a joint meeting to discuss the Black Canadian Studies Association’s (BCSA) decision to withdraw from Congress … Continue reading CSSHE 2021: Letter to Members on Racial Injustice
Dear CSSHE Members: In accordance with By-Law No.1 and as permitted under subsection 128(4) the Act, terms of office for Directors of the Corporation shall be as follows: Two (2) directors elected for a term of four (4) yearsTwo (2) directors elected for a term of three (3) yearsSix (6) to eight (8) directors elected … Continue reading CSSHE Call for nominations to board of directors | Mise en candidature au conseil d’administration de la SCÉES
Early bird registration for #CSSHE2021 Annual Conference ends on March 31. All early bird registrants will be entered into a draw to win their choice of a higher education publication from the University of Toronto Press. Update your CSSHE membership & register for the conference here: https://csshe-scees.ca/conference-registration/ 'See' you at #CSSHE2021!
Confronting Privilege in Internationalization of Higher Education during COVID-19: What have we learned?Sunday May 30, 2021 | 10:45am-12:00pm MSTCo-hosted by CSSHE & CIESC/SCECI This session is directed towards a critical, multidisciplinary examination of current, normative internationalization policies in higher education during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the interactions of these policies with mobilities of privilege. Internationalization … Continue reading Announcing #csshe2021 Flagship Events
TO: CSSHE Members DATE: March 1, 2021 FROM: CSSHE Secretariat SUBJECT: 2021 Membership renewal Dear Colleagues, We are writing to invite you to renew your membership in the Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education / Société canadienne pour l’étude de l’enseignement supérieur (CSSHE/SCÉES). So why should you join, especially at a time when money for things like memberships is in short supply? … Continue reading Renew Your CSSHE Membership
The Federation of the Social Sciences and Humanities in partnership with the University of Alberta present the Big Thinking series, bringing together leading scholars who address critical issues of our time. Big Thinking events are open to all Congress registered attendees and to members of the general public with a community pass. Dr. Caroline Shenaz … Continue reading #congressh Big Thinking Events to add to your CSSHE 2021 Schedule
Read this special issue of the Canadian Journal of Higher Education here. Special Issue: Emerging Issues in the Internationalization of Canadian Higher Ed Emerging Issues in the Internationalization of Canadian Higher EducationEmma Sabzalieva (i-x)International education policymaking: A case study of Ontario's Trillium Scholarship ProgramAmira El Masri (1-19)Strategic benefits, symbolic commitments: How Canadian colleges and universities … Continue reading Canadian Journal of Higher Education Vol 50, No 4 (2020): 50(4)
Thanks for visiting our website! We've been working on updating the CSSHE website and invite you to check out some of the changes: Current Conference Information: Information about our current conference is still found under "Current" in the conference menu, but now you will see that there are a number a pages containing specific information … Continue reading Website Updates
Thinking of attending CSSHE's virtual conference this year? We're proud to share new conference presentation, networking, and delivery formats to support your conference experience this year. Learn the lingo to read the Conference Program and schedule your #CSSHE2021: Delivery FormatsLive: Just like it sounds! A live-streamed session. Interact with presenters in real time.Simu-Live: "Simulated Live" … Continue reading Virtual Conference 2021: NEW Presentation, Networking & Delivery Formats
In lieu of the CSSHE 2020 Conference which was cancelled due to COVID-19, CSSHE hosted two featured lunch hour debates, available to view here! Find these on the Video Resources page as well. https://vimeo.com/510891615 "Who should pay for higher education" This debate addressed the perennial issue of higher education funding in context of factors such … Continue reading CSSHE 2020 Lunch Hour Debates