We look forward to seeing you at the Student Symposium organized by the students of CRIEVAT—the Centre de recherche et d’intervention sur l’éducation et la vie au travail (CRIEVAT) in collaboration with CCPA—on March 22, 23, 2018 at Laval University in Quebec City. This year’s edition will focus on Sharing Our Knowledge and Practices for Living Better in Society. Many students from different canadian universities will be presenting their research projects at this event.
The symposium’s main function is to act as a friendly and informative interdisciplinary exchange on projects by master’s and doctoral students in education, social sciences and the humanities (sociology, counselling, psychology, administration, industrial relations, etc.), whatever the progress of their work (literature review, issue, methodology or research results).
Salle du Cercle du Pavillon Alphonse-Desjardins de l’université Laval
Launching of the Symposium at a 5 to 7 welcome event on March 22nd: Keynote presenter, Professor Réginald Savard, UQAM; and Communications presented on the 23rd of March 2018
With a multi-university and multi-disciplinary team of over 30 researchers, the Centre de recherche et d’intervention sur l’éducation et la vie au travail (CRIEVAT) is Canada’s only educational research centre focusing on individual-training-work relationships and related practices. CRIEVAT’s work contributes to the enhancement of theoretical models and has a direct impact on resolving complex individual and collective problems resulting from changes in our educational and employment systems.
To learn more about CRIEVAT, visit www.crievat.fse.ulaval.ca
Fees for the 11th Edition (2018)
Students: $20 General: $50
Michel Turcotte, Symposium Coordinator, Doctoral Student in Counselling, Laval University, French-Language Director for Quebec of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association
Daniel Côté, Deputy Director, CRIEVAT
Émilie Giguère, Doctoral Student in Career Counselling, Laval University
Céline Gravel, Doctoral Student in Educational Psychology, Laval University
Marie-Maxime Robichaud, Doctoral Student in Career Counselling, Laval University
Doumbo Gautier Yé, Doctoral Student in Career Counselling, Laval University
Caroline Foster, English-Language Director for Quebec of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association
France Picard, Co-Director, CRIEVAT and Professor, Department of Educational Fundamentals and Practices, Laval University