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CAUCE 2019 Annual Conference and Meeting

CAUCE 2019 Annual Conference and Meeting

Forging Ahead to a Brighter Future: Diversity and Partnerships in Continuing Education

The Centre for Continuing Education, McMaster University, Hamilton ON, Canada, is proud to host CAUCE 2019: Forging Ahead to a Brighter, May 29-31, 2019

At McMaster, we are committed to the cultivation of human potential and believe that collaboration and partnership are how we improve people's lives, contribute to dair and ethical global economies, and advance the health and well-being of the world around us. CAUCE 2019 will be about how these same goals will help us forge ahead to a brighter future. 

In forging a brighter future, continuing education has a unique opportunity. First, continuing education is frequently the face of the university (or other educational institution) in the community as well as the entry point of the community into the university. 

Second, continuing education does make lives better and brighter through its superior programs that advance careers and enable adult learners to explore areas of personal interest; inclusive and effective partnerships; and its celebration of human diversity. Importantly, diversity in continuing education exists at many levels including how we design courses and programs; who are students and teachers are; and how we tackle real-life challenges and changes in the workplace.

At this year's conference, you are invited to share your experiences of partnership and diversity as, together, we create a brighter future.

Please visit the conference website for more details.

Proposal submissions will be accepted until December 15, 2018.

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