The Community-University Institute for Social Research facilitates partnerships between the university and the larger community in order to engage in relevant social research that supports a deeper understanding of our communities and reveals opportunities for improving our quality of life.

CUISR is committed to collaborative research and to accurate, objective reporting of research results in the public domain, taking into account the needs for confidentiality in gathering, disseminating, and storing information.

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Book Launch and Reception: "Journeys in Community-Based Research"

PLEASE JOIN US
for the book launch and reception for
JOURNEYS IN COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH
EDITED BY Bonnie Jeffery, Isobel M. Findlay, Diane Martz and Louise Clarke

June 19 at 4:30 p.m.

University of Regina Campus,
Research and Innovation Centre Atrium (RIC 101)
Refreshments/Book Sales and Signing
Admission is free and all are welcome.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
CALL (306) 585-5674 UofRPress.ca

Quality of Life: Towards Sustainable Community Futures May 15-16, 2014

The Community-University Institute for Social Research (CUISR) is hosting a conference Quality of Life: Towards Sustainable Community Futures at the University of Saskatchewan on May 15-16. It will showcase local, regional, national, and international research, community, and other initiatives to enhance quality of life and create sustainable futures for all of us.

Saskatoon Food Council Announces Executive Director

Saskatoon Food Council in partnership with Community-University Institute for Social Research (CUISR) is pleased to announce the 1 April appointment of its executive director Gordon Enns. Gordon brings to the work of the council a wealth of local, regional, national, and international experience including positions as agrologist and program manager with Saskatchewan Agriculture and Food as well as program, country program director, and executive director, Heifer International Canada. Gordon remains the secretary, board of directors, Heifer International Canada.

Brown Bag Lunch - Self-Directed Funding: An Evaluation of Self-Managed Contracts in Saskatchewan

This lunchtime series provides the community with an opportunity to hear about research partnerships between community-based organizations and university researchers. Learn how CUISR works, and how it can work for you and your organization!

Bring your lunch and join us at:

Station 20 West, Boardroom (2nd Floor)
1120 20th Street West, Saskatoon, SK
Thursday, November 28th, 2013
12:00 – 1:00 p.m. sharp!

Guest Speaker: Isobel Findlay, Professor in the Edwards School of Business, CUISR University Co-Director and lead author of the study.

Self-Directed Funding:

Brown Bag Lunch Activity - Collaborating Across Boundaries: Contemporary Challenges for Community-Based Organizations

Station 20 West, Multipurpose Room North
1120 20th Street West, Saskatoon, SK
Thursday, October 24, 2013
12:00 – 1:30 p.m.

Bring your lunch and join us for a lunchtime activity.

 Be active, be creative and have FUN!
 Wear comfortable clothing and shoes!

RSVP by Friday, October 18th to Joanne Hritzuk
By phone: (306)966-2121
By email: cuisr.oncampus@usask.ca

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