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Nanda-Gikendan: Seeking Literacy in Indigenous Content: Supporting Indigenous Graduate Students

Wed. Jun. 16 09:00 AM - Wed. Jun. 16 12:00 PM
Contact: j.kettle@uwinnipeg.ca
Location: Zoom

Nanda-Gikendan: Seeking Literacy in Indigenous Content: Supporting Indigenous Graduate Students

Facilitators:

Jo-Anne Archibald Q’um Q’um Xiiem, PhD., O.C., D.Litt., LL.D., Professor Emeritus, Educational Studies, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia

Jennifer Ledoux, Career Counsellor, MDP in Indigenous Development, University of Winnipeg

Jeffrey Booth, Coordinator/Academic Advisor, Aboriginal Student Services Centre, University of Winnipeg

Tamara Dionne Stout, MDP Program Coordinator, University of Winnipeg

Shailesh Shukla, PhD., Associate Professor, MA Indigenous Governance, University of Winnipeg

All UW Faculty are invited to participate in a 5-part workshop training series “Nanda-Gikendan: Seeking Literacy in Indigenous Content” on topics related to Indigenous realities. This series is sponsored by the Indigenous Engagement Office and Faculty of Graduate Studies. These workshops will be held every Wednesday morning 9am-12pm, May 19-June 16. Many of the workshops will include presentations from a UWinnipeg colleague and from someone with a national perspective on the topic. We encourage you to register in advance for these workshops. This series is a pilot program for planning a future Summer Institute for UW faculty.

Register by contacting Julie: j.kettle@uwinnipeg.ca