The Canadian Association for University Continuing Education (CAUCE) is a professional association of deans, directors, senior administrative personnel and practitioners whose professional careers are in university continuing education in Canada. Membership in CAUCE is on an institutional basis with most benefits of membership also extended to professional and affiliate members.

Although our focus is on university continuing education, our publications, programs and services are of interest to all continuing educators.

The appearance of a link to CAUCE on the websites of other organizations does not necessarily imply endorsement of those organizations on the part of CAUCE.


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  1. Dean, Continuing Education, re-appointed to a second five-year term

    Edmonton – Dr. Craig Monk, provost, pro tempore, MacEwan University, is pleased to announce that Dr. Heather McRae has been re-appointed as Dean, School of Continuing Education for a second five-year term.McRae was appointed as the school’s founding dean in 2014, bringing with her extensive experience in academic administration and...

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  2. Online Facilitator term position at the University of Saskatchewan.

    This position, in the Curriculum Studies department is a term position for up to four months.Primary Purpose: The online instructor is responsible for instructing an online section of ECUR 265.3 – Teaching for Reconciliation in the K to 12 Curricula during the second term of the 2018-2019 academic year (January...

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  3. You are invited to the 2019 UPCEA Annual Conference

    The UPCEA Annual Conference is the most significant assembly of thought leaders and practitioners today in the field of professional, continuing, and online education. Join us March 27-29 in Seattle for engaging keynote speakers, high-energy concurrent sessions, and plentiful networking opportunities.The Annual Conference convenes deans and other senior university leaders, key...

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