Waterloo Centre for the Advancement of Co-operative Education
The Waterloo Centre for the Advancement of Co-operative Education (WatCACE) was established to further Waterloo's leadership role in co-operative education. WatCACE advances co-operative education practice through conducting and disseminating research. With the largest co-operative education program of its kind in the world, we have the largest data set to examine, understand and continue to innovate the co-operative education model.
- July 28, 2018
Back in December 2017, WatCACE surveyed 455 supervisors, recruiters and executives to better understand the dynamics of “talent management” from the perspective of organizations that hire work-integrated learning (WIL) students.
- June 24, 2018
In this month's issue of Co-op Research Matters (PDF), we are showcasing two articles in the latest edition of the International Journal of Work-Integrated Learning. We would like to thank Richard Wikkerink (Manager, Employment and Co-operative Education Services, CCA) and Dr. Sherilyn Houle (Assistant Professor, School of Pharmacy) for their thoughtful insights.
- May 14, 2018
In our May Co-op Research Matters (PDF), we are featuring articles on the impact of work-integrated learning on creativity in leadership and motivation in graduate studies. We'd like to thank Oscar Nespoli (Department of Mechanics and Mechatronics Engineering) and Zara Rafferty (Recreation and Leisure Studies; PD13 Content Developer) for contributing to this month's newsletter.
- Aug. 28, 2018
Dr. Kate Lloyd, Associate Professor and Director for Learning, Teaching and Research in PACE at Macquarie University, Australia