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
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
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
The Stage 2 call for individual submissions to the CSSHE Annual Conference 2021 is now open. Submissions can be made until January 31, 2021 HERE. The formats which are open for submissions in Stage 2 are: individual paper for panel, individual contribution to roundtable, poster, ignite session, story-telling, ask-me-anything, and networking conversations. We encourage you to … Continue reading CSSHE 2021 Call for Individual Submissions