University Network for Collaborative Governance (UNCG) is Seeking Proposals for their 2019 Annual Conference

University Network for Collaborative Governance (UNCG) is now seeking proposals from university researchers, teachers, professional staff and project directors in the fields of civic engagement, multi-stakeholder collaboration, collaborative public management, dispute resolution, and negotiation.

Proposals are welcome focusing on:

  • Research and Scholarship
  • Engaged Scholarship (action research, practitioner-academic joint work, etc.)
  • Teaching, Training and Evaluations (for traditional on-campus students, or for non-degree professionals in training settings)
  • Practice/Engagement Projects and Models

Proposals are due: May 29, 2019 1 PM Pacific Coast Time

To learn more, download the Proposal Packet or check out their website to learn more about their conference.

The conference is open to all people interested and connected to a college or university. UNCG has student and working professional memberships.

About UNCG:
The University Network for Collaborative Governance (UNCG) consists of college and university centers, institutes and programs that engage in service, scholarship and teaching to build the capacity for collaborative governance. UNCG champions collaborative governance by supporting and strengthening a network of faculty members and professionals from college and university centers, institutes, and programs that engage in collaborative governance practice, scholarship, and teaching.

https://www.kitchentable.org/uncg

Call for Session Proposals!

IAP2 Canada and IAP2 USA are seeking session proposals for the 7th Annual IAP2 North American Conference to be held September 5-7, 2018 in Victoria, BC, Canada.

This is an opportunity to explore the theme, Growing a Culture of P2, with content focusing on topics that Innovate, Inspire, Include, Influence, and Imagine!

Please review the Call for Session Proposals first as it contains information on what the Program Committee is looking for and tips on what to include in your Session Proposal Application.

The majority of the sessions will be in English, however, we plan to include some bilingual sessions. Please indicate in the application if you would like to make your presentation in French and English (simultaneous interpretation will not be provided).

The deadline to submit a proposal is Monday, February 12, 2018!