Mary Sweatman

Presentations:

Sweatman, M. & Goguen, T. (2017). Sorting it Out: On the Path to a Zero Waste Farmers’ Market. SEE Change Conference: Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communication.

Sweatman, M. & Seaman, R. (2016). Perspectives of Acadia student volunteers regarding the S.M.I.L.E. experience. North American Federation of Adapted Physical Activity Conference. 

Sweatman, M. (2016).  Student conference on mental health and campus wellness: The impact of peer first voice at Recreation for Mental Health Symposium.

Sweatman, M. (2016). Student conference on mental health and campus wellness: The impact of peer first voice at Recreation for Mental Health Symposium.

Sweatman, M., Green, H. (student), Warner, A. (2015). Transforming mental health stigma: First voice experience at CASAE Atlantic Regional Conference.

Sweatman, M. (2015). Fostering global citizenry in post-secondary institutions through community engagement initiatives at Research Symposium, Recreation Nova Scotia Conference.

Sweatman, M., DeSousa, E., & Harrington, C. (2015). Moms in Motion: The ripple effects of community-driven recreation programming at Recreation Nova Scotia Conference.

Sweatman, M., Budish, J (student), Perry, K. (student), & Sprado, L (student). (November, 2014). Critics Panel on International Volunteering. GBx365, Global Brigades Exchange Leadership Conference, Acadia University, Nova Scotia.

Warner, A., Sweatman, M, Wallace, E (student), McGuire, C (student), Vasil, L (student), & Goodwin, N. (2014). Presentation on Maximizing the Benefits from Student-Community Partnerships at Recreation Nova Scotia Conference.

Sweatman, M, & Seaman, R. (2014). Presentation on Volunteering that makes you smile: S.M.I.L.E. volunteers reflect their mental wellbeing at Research Symposium, Recreation Nova Scotia Conference.

Sweatman, M., Seaman, R., & Warner, A. (2014). Poster presentation on Serious Leisure: volunteerism and personal growth at the Canadian Congress on Leisure Research Conference.

Spears, S., & Sweatman, M. (2014). Poster presentation on Simone Spears thesis research: The role of recreation in mentoring relationships at the Canadian Congress on Leisure Research Conference.

Sweatman, M., & Kelday, H. (2014). Presented Nova Scotia Sea School – Mast Leadership Workshop (inclusion and diversity) at the Community Sector Council conference.

Sweatman, M., & Kelday, H. (2014). Presented Nova Scotia Sea School – Mast Leadership Workshop II (transformative learning) at the Canadian Adventure Therapy Symposium (CATS).

Spears, S., & Sweatman, M. (2014). Presented mentoring relationships in outdoor recreation in alternative education for youth at risk at the Canadian Adventure Therapy Symposium (CATS).

Sweatman. M (2008) Environmental education for early childhood educators . Canadian Association for Young Children Conference, Montreal, November.

Sweatman, M. & Warner, A. (2006).  JustUs! Fair trade education research and programs.  Environmental Education and Communication Conference, White Point, Nova Scotia, October.

Sweatman, M. (2006). Using narrative to understand young people’s experiences of international volunteer experiences.  International Narrative Matters Conference, Wolfville, May.

Sweatman, M. & Tirone, S. (2006). The meaning of international internships for participants and community.  Recreation Nova Scotia Research Symposium, Sydney, Nova Scotia, October.

Sweatman, M.(2006).  A Narrative on International Community Experiences.  Dalhousie University’s Crossroads Conference, Halifax, May.