Roots to Partnership

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Category: Alison Taylor

Part 1: Expanding capabilities in the downtown eastside

By Alison Taylor  Between them, Betsy Alkenbrack and Lucy Alderson have been adult educators for over half a century. After…

Part 2: Standing beside people in their journeys of change

By Alison Taylor Betsy Alkenbrack and Lucy Alderson from Capilano University are down to earth. They’re passionate about adult learning….

Part 3. Searching for authenticity in academe

Part 3. Searching for authenticity in academe By Alison Taylor Emily Truong-Cheung has been the Teaching Assistant for the Urban…

Part 2: Shifting the story through UEFS: Student perspectives

By Alison Taylor Mikayla and Sakina are undergraduate students in anthropology who just completed 6 credits in 6 weeks as…

Episode 1: Introducing Roots to Partnership

In this introduction to our “Roots to Partnership” podcast series, we hear from students (Shiayli, Emily, Anastasia and Wei) about…

Episode 2: Bringing Academics and Practice into Conversation with Jay Penner

In this second episode Jay Penner joins host Alison Taylor. Together they discuss Jay’s inspiration for his practice  of Community…

Eastside Works, Part 1: More than a paycheck

By Alison Taylor What do you get when you pair a philosophy major turned social worker with a musician turned…

First Year Students Learning About Law in the Community – Part 1

Alison Taylor with Sara Sanabria I first heard about Art Studies (ASTU) 100 this past spring from Heather Latimer,[1] a…

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