Thursday, June 16: CONCURRENT SESSION C - 10.40am-12.20pm
Other Activities: Special Presentation for Japanese Delegation (University of Cincinnati & Bahcesehir University) – Rec Center
World Conference Concurrent Sessions A B C D E

Pearlstein 101
(Seats - 75)
Pearlstein 102
(Seats - 75)
Pearlstein 202
(Seats - 40)
Pearlstein 203
(Seats - 40)
Pearlstein 206
(Seats - 40)
Pearlstein 207
(Seats - 40)
Pearlstein 302
(Seats - 40)
Pearlstein 303
(Seats - 40)
Pearlstein 307
(Seats - 40)
Pearlstein 308
(Seats - 40)
Disque 103
(Seats - 230)
Disque 108
(Seats - 146)
Stratton 113
(Seats - 186)
Chair:
Paul Forestell
Chair:
Carva Pop
Chair:
Sue Bandaranaike
Chair:
Susanna Chamberlain
Chair:
Carolyn Woodley
Chair:
Karsten Zegwaard
Chair:
Anita Todd
Chair:
Susan Rowe
Chair:
Jesse Mason
Chair:
Vickie Kuntz
Chair:
Sue Henderson
Chair:
Margaret Thomson
Chair:
Renitha Rampersad
10.40am-12.20pm 10.40am-12.20pm 10.40am-12.20pm 10.40am-12.20pm 10.40-11.10am 10.40-11.10am 10.40am-12.20pm 10.40am-12.20pm 10.40am-12.20pm 10.40am-12.20pm 10.40am-12.20pm 10.40am-12.20pm 10.40am-12.20pm
PANEL SESSION WORKSHOP ACADEMIC SALON WORKSHOP PAPER PRESENTATION REFEREED PAPER REFEREED PAPER PANEL SESSION WORKSHOP WORKSHOP PANEL SESSION WORKSHOP WORKSHOP
“HANDLING STUDENT CONDUCT ISSUES DURING COOPERATIVE EDUCATION-- BEST PRACTICES”

Stephen F. Gambescia, Drexel University (U.S.); Helene Stockman-Baer, Steinbright Career Center, Drexel University (U.S.); Dr. Sharon Barton, Children’s Hospital
Moderator: Gerri Betke, Steinbright Career Center, Drexel University (U.S.)
“Future Requirements for International Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Placements: from Work Permits/Visa to Debriefing and Career Enhancement”

Robert Laslett, Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)
Supporting Presenter: Neil I. Ward, University of Surrey (UK)
Topic: Innovative Pedagogical Models for Cooperative & Work-Integrated Learning Programs

Presentation One:

“Development and Implementation of Career Management Pedagogy for Computing Science Cooperative Education Program”


Harriet Chicoine, Simon Fraser University (Canada)

Presentation Two:

“Developing Targeted Cooperative Education Student Participation Curricula”

Mary Ellen T. Ford, Steinbright Career Development Center, Drexel University (U.S.); Nancy LeClair, Steinbright Career Development Center, Drexel University (U.S.)
“Let’s DO Something! - Cooperative Education as a Platform for Benchmark, Milestone, and Capstone Courses at The Culinary Institute of America”

Andi Sciacca, The Culinary Institute of America (U.S.)
Supporting Presenter: Patrick Bottiglieri; Lynne Eddy
“Are we there yet? Outlining leadership strategies used to transform Victoria University through embedding work integrated learning into all courses”

Gregory Baxter, Victoria University (Australia); Judie Kay, Victoria University (Australia)
(Research)
“Perceptions of 3rd year Library and Information Studies students regarding host institutions during their work integrated learning program”

Portia Rakoma, Durban University of Technology (South Africa)
(Discussion)
“Supervision in Work Experience for Learning Programs”

Jay Hays, Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)
Supporting Presenter: Mike Clements, Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)
“CANEU-COOP: a transatlantic exchange partnership between Canadian and European co-operative education institutions”

Karima Ramji, University of Victoria (Canada)
Supporting Presenters: Lisa ter Woort, University of Waterloo (Canada); Johannes Haas, FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences (Austria)
“Preparing Students for a Professional Workforce”

Kawana Williams, Florida State University (U.S.)

“Building Castles Together: Integrating Art and Culture to Strengthen Community and Foster Resiliency in Diverse Populations”

Michelle Vazquez Jacobus, University of Southern Maine: Lewiston Auburn College (U.S.)
Supporting Presenter: Robert Baskett, Sandcastle Clinical and Education Services (U.S.)
“Engaging Students through a Co-op Student Organization”

Stephanie Sullivan, Steinbright Career Development Center, Drexel University (U.S.); Terri Alderfer, Drexel University (U.S.)
“Mental Health Emergency Care (MHEC) - Inter professional Online Learning Program”

Tracy Robinson, The University of Newcastle, Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health, School of Medicine and Public Health (Australia)
“Marketing Co-op, moving beyond the facts”

Alexia Koelling, LipmanHearne (U.S.)

11.15-11.45am 11.15-11.45am
PAPER PRESENTATION REFEREED PAPER
“Different or Similar? Comparing the Attributes of Students in Cooperative Education or Work-Integrated Learning Programs in Four Countries”

Maureen Drysdale, St. Jerome’s/ University of Waterloo (Canada)
Supporting Presenters:
Sheri Dressler, University of Central Florida (U.S.); Kristina Johansson, University West (Sweden); Eddy Nehls, University West (Sweden); Lars Svensson, University West (Sweden)
(Discussion)
“Unique Quality WIL based model for IVT and CVT”

Walter Nuninger, Polytech’Lille (France)
Supporting Presenter: Jean-Marie Chatelet, Polytech’Lille/IESP (France)
11.50am-12.20pm 11.50am-12.20pm
PAPER PRESENTATION REFEREED PAPER
“Identifying groups of students in WIL: Do they get different things from WIL?”

Kevin Carlson, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong)
Supporting Presenters: Dorinda Fung, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong); Kannass Ching Man Chan, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong)
(Research)
“Minds on the edge of chaos”

Genevieve Watson, University of Western Sydney (Australia)
Supporting Presenter: Laura Murray, University of Western Sydney School of Management (Australia)