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The Faculty of Social Sciences works to better understand the social elements of our lives. Why do people listen to certain types of music? How does our government work? How do we pattern thought? How does geography impact the way we live? Faculty focus on answering these questions and many more, looking at these topics through a Christian perspective.
If you're interested in volunteering, part-time work, a full-time summer job or being of service to the community, come to the opportunities fair and find out more!
Hosted by the Faculty of Social Sciences, the Opportunities Fair is a chance to engage with community service agencies seeking volunteers, part-time employees and short-term full-time employees. The Fair will finish with an invited talk by Tania Kajner, PhD student, on her current dissertation research on the scholarship of engagement.
The event is open to all students.
When: Wednesday, March 20
Where: Atrium, The King's University College
10 a.m. - 2 p.m. : Opportunities Fair
2 p.m. - 3 p.m.: Invited Talk with Tania Kajner - " The scholarship of engagement: where service, research, and community meet"
Confirmed Community Service Agencies
Invite Talk with Tania Kajner
“The Scholarship of Engagement: Where Community, Research, and Service Meet”
Tania Kajner, PhD candidate, University of Alberta
Tania Kajner is a PhD Candidate in Educational Policy Studies, University of Alberta, Canada. Her research critically explores the scholarship of engagement in Canadian higher education. She is co-founder of the Community-engaged Scholarship Affinity Group within the Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education; co-editor of Engaged Scholarship: The Politics of Engagement and Disengagement (2013, Sense Publishers); and co-author of a number of journal articles on community-service learning and engaged scholarship.