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Yaffle is pleased to be a part of CU Expo 2013 in scenic Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador!

CU Expo is a Canadian-led international conference designed to showcase the best practices in community-university partnerships worldwide, and to create opportunities for innovative and successful collaborations which strengthen our communities. The conference has been held every 2 years over the past decade in different provinces, including Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba and Saskatchewan. CU Expo is organized jointly by communities, universities and colleges, government, and non-profit organizations. Find out more at CU Expo 2013

Memorial has a wide range of expertise represented at CU Expo 2013, and we'd like to highlight some of their projects and CU Expo 2013 that can be found in Yaffle - look for the 'Related Content' links on any of the pages to view other work from our researchers:

  • On the Move Partnership
    Dr. Barbara Neis, Department of Sociology

  • Heritage and Community in the Humber River Basin Region
    Dr. Rainer Baehre, Historical Studies, Grenfell Campus

  • Networks for Business Innovation (Corner Brook)
    Jose Lam, Business, Grenfell Campus, Memorial University

  • Engaging Youth for Sustainable Coastal Community Economies
    Raïsa Mirza, Department of Geography, Memorial University

  • Indigenising the Academy: The Memorial University of Newfoundland Multi Campus Experience
    Maura Hanrahan, Special Adviser to the President for Aboriginal Affairs

  • Contextualized Health Research Synthesis Program
    Dr. Stephen Bornstein, Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Applied Health Research

  • “Fitting” into the Curriculum: The Legitimacy of the Health Agenda in Physical Education
    Antony Card, School of Human Kinetics and Recreation, Memorial University and LeAnne Petherick, School of Human Kinetics and Recreation, Memorial University

  • Social Dynamics of Economic Performance: Innovation and Creativity in the St. John’s City-Region and in Smaller Urban Regions in Newfoundland and Labrador
    Rob Greenwood, Executive Director, Harris Centre and Office of Public Engagement, Memorial University