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October 21, 2016
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Tarah Brookfield

Associate Professor, History and Youth & Children's Studies

Areas of Expertise: Cold War Canada; Canada's Peace & Disarmament Movement; History of International Adoption; History of International Development; Canadian Women's History; Canadian Children's History

Biography: I'm excited to be part of two programs at Laurier …

519.756.8228 ext.5792

Joanne Benham Rennick

Executive Director: Schlegel Centre for Entrepreneurship & Social Innovation

Areas of Expertise: Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation; Globalization; International Development; Higher Education Organizations and Institutions;

Biography: How do we inspire leaders who are empathetic, knowledgeable, and innovative? How do we connect, collaborate and transform? How can we change the world? …

519.884.0710 ext.3331

Lea Caragata

Associate Dean PhD Program, Professor (Faculty of Social Work); Academic Integrity Advisor (Waterloo Campus)

Areas of Expertise: Social policy especially welfare policy; Workfare; Poverty; Precarious Labour Market; Single Mothers; Women and Gender; International development, international aid; Non-profit organizations

Biography: Dr. Caragata teaches in the areas social policy and community development. Her doctoral teaching includes epistemology and the production of knowledge. …

519-884-1970 ext.5219

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