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Brown Bag Lunch Research Seminar: From Sustainability to Regeneration: A Collaborative Course Redesign Journey

Date & time
Thursday, April 25, 2024
11:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

Dr. Anne-Louise Howard, Christiane Stilson


This event is free




Vanier Extension
7141 Sherbrooke W.
Room 317

Wheel chair accessible


Discover a redesign of AHSC 680, a six-credit master's level course in the Human Systems Intervention program at Concordia University, re-envisioned with regenerative principles. This presentation will offer insights into how the essence of the course was kept while infused with life-affirming process consultation principles.   

Edgar Schein shared at his final fireside, "Love is what we bring to our clients. All the good we do comes from love." In this session, we'll expand on how love informed our approach to weaving together process consultation and regeneration. Join us for a peek into the process and the practical outcomes of this innovative project, an initiative guided and sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning. 

The Brown Bag Lunch Research Series 2023-2024 is offered by the Department of Applied Human Sciences.  

These sessions are opportunities for faculty researchers to discuss an issue, topic or area on which they are working. At each session there will be plenty of time for questions and discussion.

All are welcome! Bring your own lunch. Refreshments will be provided.
Sponsored by:  Centre for Human Relations and Community Studies.

Ann-Louise Howard, PhD, is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Applied Human Sciences at Concordia University where she focuses her teaching on organizational development and change. Before shifting to academia, she worked in the high-tech sector in the fields of engineering, program management, ethics, and organizational development.  

Christiane Stilson is a graduate student in Human Systems Intervention at Concordia University, dedicated to advancing regenerative and sustainable practices within organizations and communities. With a background in Applied Human Sciences from Concordia, her academic and professional endeavors focus on fostering systemic change and promoting environmental stewardship. As a teaching assistant and emerging leader in organizational development, Christiane is committed to educating and empowering individuals to drive collective progress and build a more sustainable, interconnected world. 

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