NETWORKS, PARTNERSHIPS, PROJECTS

 

 

Fall 2019, 2020

Winter 2016, 2018, 2019

Fall 2014, 2015
Winter 2018, 2019

Winter 2014, Summer 2015, Winter 2017

Winter 2016, 2017

Winter 2015

 

Winter 2014

Winter/Fall, 2007-2008

Graduate Level

 

Department of Leadership, Higher and Adult Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada

LHA5109 / SMU MMCC 5270: Co-operatives, Workplace Democracy, and Socio-Economic Justice: Field Research and Study Visit to Mondragón, Spain / Emilia Romagna, Italy.
A joint hybrid course and field research/study tour between OISE/UT’s Adult Education and Community Development program and Saint Mary’s University’s Master of Management, Co-operatives and Credit Unions at the Sobey School of Business.

 

LHA1182: Nonprofits, Co-operatives and the Social Economy: An Overview.
Collaborative Program in Workplace Learning and Social Change, Collaborative Program in Community Development, Program in Adult Education and Community Development

WPL1131: Introduction to Workplace Learning and Social Change.

Collaborative Program in Workplace Learning and Social Change, Program in Adult Education and Community Development

 

LHA1148: An Introduction to Workplace, Organizational, and Economic Democracy. Collaborative Program in Workplace Learning and Social Change, Collaborative Program in Community Development, Program in Adult Education and Community Development

LHA1150: Critical Perspectives on Organizational Change.
Collaborative Program in Workplace Learning and Social Change, Program in Adult Education and Community Development

 

LHA1186: Perspectives on Organizational Change.
Collaborative Program in Workplace Learning and Social Change, Program in Adult Education and Community Development

WPL3931: Advanced Studies in Workplace Learning and Social Change.
Collaborative Program in Workplace Learning and Social Change, Program in Adult Education and Community Development

Undergraduate Level

 

Business & Society Program, Department of Social Science, York University, Toronto, Canada

SOSC/ES4041.6: Alternative Economic Firms and Organizations.

Upper-level capstone course in the Business & Society Program