WHEN /

WHERE /

CONRAD GREBEL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

140 WESTMOUNT ROAD NORTH

WATERLOO, ON N2L 3G5

NOVEMBER 24, 2017​

8:30AM - 4:30PM

NOVEMBER 25, 2017​

8:30AM - 4:00PM

Event proceedings are here!

Click here for a PDF of selected presentations.

EXPECTED OUTCOMES

For Faith-Based Scholars

-STRENGTHENED TIES ACROSS CAMPUSES AND GREATER AWARENESS ABOUT HOW TO CONDUCT COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH WITH CONSTITUENT PARTNERS.

For Church and Ministry Leaders

-BETTER EQUIPPED TO USE COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH TO STRENGTHEN MINISTRY SERVICE AND OUTREACH.

For All

-NEW IDEAS FOR NATIONAL OR LOCAL RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS DESIGNED TO ENHANCE EVIDENCE-BASED MINISTRY.

To read more about the event and why you should attend, please see the Stronger Philanthropy portfolio page.

 

On November 24-25, 2017 there was a two-day capacity-building event. Its purpose was to equip faith-based campuses and their constituent partners to collaborate on community-based research. It will included:

  • Keynote presentations from leading experts

  • Panel discussions by denominational, interdenominational and campus leaders

  • Skill-building workshops to give practical tips

  • Learning exchanges to share promising practices

  • Networking platforms to develop future research collaborations

 

The event was funded by Stronger Philanthropy. Crandall University was the lead partner together with Christian Higher Education Canada (CHEC), and with the expertise of the Centre for Community Based Research (CCBR).

Members of the planning committee included: Sam Reimer, Crandall University; Justin Cooper, Christian Higher Education Canada; Paul Heidebrecht, Conrad Grebel University College; Joel Thiessen, Ambrose University; Ron Kuipers, Institute for Christian Studies; Michael Wilkinson, Trinity Western University; James Watson, The Salvation Army; Mark Chapman, Tyndale University College & Seminary; James Cresswell, Ambrose University; Rich Janzen and Joanna Ochocka, Centre for Community Based Research

 

Event agenda - click here
Information to review prior to attending the event
Links to community-based research resources - click here
Presenter bios - click here
Additional community-based research information on the CCBR site - click here
 

Accommodation

St. Paul’s University College Guest Rooms

Private guest rooms only steps away from Conrad Grebel University College.  A block of eight rooms for has been set aside for conference attendees at $105.00/night (rooms will be available to the public after November 3). To book a room call 519-885-1460 or email gueststpauls@uwaterloo.ca.

 

Delta Hotels Waterloo

Hotel rooms 1.9kms from Conrad Grebel University College. 

 

Waterloo Hotel

Hotel rooms 3kms from Conrad Grebel University College.

 

Comfort Inn

Hotel rooms 3.2kms from Conrad Grebel University College.

 

The Inn of Waterloo

Hotel rooms 4.2kms from Conrad Grebel University College.

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Jun 10, 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM
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