In these strange and uncertain times, how can we keep experiential learning opportunities alive and thriving? When it comes to Hubbub, the end-of-term project showcase that usually happens at North Vancouver City Hall, the CityStudio North Vancouver team has decided to go virtual. Mark your calendars for HUBBUB #2 and RSVP here!
What will our virtual Hubbub look like?
Our biggest priority is to celebrate the hard work of CityStudio students while acknowledging that shifting timetables and priorities may lead to a different form of engagement. For this reason, the Hubbub agenda is highly flexible, allowing attendees to tune in and contribute when they are able.
- Webinar launch: we will share an overview of this term’s CityStudio successes and we will hear pitches by eight student teams right at the start of the session.
- Interactive session: The pitches will be followed by longer moderated Q&A sessions – tune in for your topics of interest to send your questions and let the students know what you think!
- Real-time voting: participants can vote in real time for their favourite projects!
- Connecting people: While we are losing the “organic” networking and relationship building aspect of an in-person Hubbub, we invite you to contact our Project Lead, Adele (firstname.lastname@example.org), if you would like to be introduced to any of the presenters to follow up on their ideas.
- “Door” prizes: to thank you for your support and participation, we will be drawing names among the participant list – you could win gift certificates that support local businesses!
(Virtual) Hubbub #2 Schedule
Check out the diversity of questions addressed by students this term, and tune in for the topics of your choice.
|Time||Tune in for…|
|10:00 AM||Introductions + Welcome|
|10:15 AM||All Student Pitches|
|10:30 AM||YOUTH + COMMUNITY CENTRES|
How might we receive input from and create programming
for the John Braithwaite Community Centre
that appeals to young adults and contributes to their wellbeing?
Q&A with BADM 460 Group ” Beyond Movement”
|10:40 AM|| YOUTH + LONELINESS|
How might we activate North Vancouver
community centres to address loneliness
and isolation among young adults?
Q&A with PSYC 335 Group “Let’s Shine Together!”
|10:50 AM||IMMIGRANT INCLUSION|
How might we improve immigrant inclusion in the community?
Q&A with SOC 340 Group “Conversations in the Snow”
|11:05 AM||PLACEMAKING + ECONOMIC HEALTH CLUSTER|
How might we develop transformative placemaking
initiatives for the upcoming City of North
Vancouver Economic Health Cluster?
Q&A with BADM 466 Group “Love Letters & Secret Gardens”
|11:15 AM||PUBLIC ART + TRAUMA|
How might we further the message of
trauma-related public art?
Q&A with AHIS 330 Group “QR Codes for Public Art”
|11:25 AM||PLACEMAKING + THE THINGERY|
How might we prepare residents to
welcome and use a new equipment lending library (the Thingery)?
Q&A with BADM 466 Group “Thingery Change Strategy”
|11:35 AM||ENGAGEMENT + WATERFRONT PARK|
How might we engage diverse
communities in the renewal of Waterfront Park?
Q&A with PADM 309 Group “Waterfront Park Renewal Engagement Strategy”
|11:45 AM||DESIGN + CRIME PREVENTION|
How might we encourage residents
to be proactive in auto theft prevention?
Q&A with IDES 244 Group “Just Click. It’s Quick.”
|11:55 AM||Wrap-up + “Door” prizes|