The 68th annual conference will connect our diverse community of professionals across roles, generations, and geographies to celebrate our respective contributions, share our challenges, and bring greater awareness to our impact on higher education on a national scale.
Connections Matter: The Impact of CE on University Innovation, Collaboration, and Access
University continuing education plays a unique role in higher education. With a focus on the future of work and the desire to build healthier, stronger communities, our positions connect universities at large to the communities that surround us.
We are true connectors who combine expertise, knowledge, research, data and our own creativity to deliver high-quality, high-impact learning experiences to a variety of diverse learners. From researchers with advanced degrees seeking specific skills, to language learners attending university for the first time, to individuals entering or re-entering the workforce, to those changing their career path, people choose our programming because it provides a pathway to lifelong learning for both personal and professional development.
As educators, our connections drive innovation, expand efficiency, promote collaboration, increase access and extend the impact of our universities. Through our ability to work collaboratively, and build partnerships, we can achieve exceptional impact.
This year we will explore the ways in which Connections Matter as our virtual CAUCE conference theme. This theme will guide our conversations throughout #CAUCE2022 as we meet online to share our knowledge and expertise in innovation, collaboration, and access in higher education.
Call for Presentations
Continuing Education (CE) is an exciting and challenging place to work that requires innovative problem solving, entrepreneurial thinking, nimble teams that respond to industry demand, and strong, diverse partnerships.
We want to hear how you are impacting your practice within your Continuing Education unit to improve the careers and lives of people in your community and beyond.
Registration and Fees
Registration will open in March, 2022.
Check back this winter for more information on registration and fees.
Click the button below to view the conference schedule. Note that the schedule is subject to change without notice.
CAUCE 2022 offers an unique opportunity to communicate your company's message to conference delegates from continuing education units across Canada, and in some cases, internationally.
As a supporter of the 68th Annual Conference, your organization will be featured and receive considerable promotion, pre-, post-, and during the event.
CAUCE 2022 is a virtual conference that was made possible through the hard work and dedication of its members. Thank you!
- Ian Allen, College of Extended Learning, University of New Brunswick
- Krissy Collins, School of Continuing Studies, University of Toronto
- Jen Gordon (Co-Chair), School of Continuing Studies, University of Toronto
- Brad Mahon (Co-Chair), Faculty of Continuing Education, Mount Royal University
- Coral Sawchyn, CAUCE Secretariat, University of Saskatchewan
- Deanna Wolfe, CAUCE Secretariat, University of Saskatchewan
- Ian Allen (Liaison), College of Extended Learning, University of New Brunswick
- April-Dawn Blackwell, Brock University
- Michelle Cheverie, Faculty of Continuing Education, Mount Royal University
- Anne Dwyer, Continuing Education, McMaster University
- Jessica Martin, Open Learning and Educational Support, University of Guelph
- Michelle Aarons, Continuous Learning, Ontario Tech University
- Jennifer Farrell (Chair), Continuing and Distance Education, St. Francis Xavier University
- Brad Mahon (Liaison), Faculty of Continuing Education, Mount Royal University
- Igor Purwin, School of Continuing Studies, University of Toronto
- Liam Yoo, Faculty of Continuing Education, Mount Royal University
- Julia Denholm, Continuing Studies, Simon Fraser University
- Kristine Dreaver-Charles, Distance Education Unit, University of Saskatchewan
- Patsy Knutson, Continuing Education, University of Calgary
- Dawne Ramashoye, School of Continuing Studies, McGill University
- Maggie Santos, School of Continuing Studies, York University
- Coral Sawchyn (Liaison), CAUCE Secretariat, University of Saskatchewan
- Soula Serra (Chair), Centre for Executive & Professional Education, University of Windsor
- Dave Deschenes, College of Extended Learning, University of New Brunswick
- JR Dingwall, Distance Education Unit, University of Saskatchewan
- Jen Gordon (Liaison), School of Continuing Studies, University of Toronto
- Juan Mavo-Navarro, School of Continuing Studies, University of Toronto
- Anne-Marie Taylor, School of Continuing Studies, York University
- Marielena Nunez, Continuing Education, University of Calgary
- Rachel Bennett, Lifelong Learning, Simon Fraser University
- Lorraine Carter, Continuing Education, McMaster University
- Jo-Annie Ouellette, Formation Continue, Université de Moncton
- Ian Stephenson,PowerED™ Athabasca University
- Chris Wharton, Centre for Continuing Education & Professional Studies, SAIT
- Deanna Wolfe (Liaison), CAUCE Secretariat, University of Saskatchewan