Research Week - April 11th

Graduate Studies

Stephen Penner presenting in 2016

9:00 a.m.—1:15 p.m.

Indigenous Governance and Masters in Development Practice  (Room 3D01)

The program will begin with an opening prayer with Elders.

Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Scholars' Talks

featuring Ali Alidina, Nana Asaam, Vanessa Tait, and Jazmin Alfaro

Indigenous Governance Paper Presentations

"Moccasin Making for Community Economic Development in York Factory First Nation" - Charlene Moore

"Pimitotah (To Care for our Land): Indigenous Food Sovereignty in Bloodvein River First Nation" - Lisa Young

"Reformulation of Criminal Justice Systems towards Reconciliation: Role of Indigenous Innovations in Community-based Restorative Justice" - Jennifer Meixner

"Empowerment through Culture and Identity in Pikangikum, Ontario: Soul of Powwow" - Crystal Flammand

"Indigenizing Experiential Learnign through Transformative Third Space: A Case Study of University of Winnipeg" - Natalie Bartmes 

Experiential Learning - MDP Field Placements

Gang Action Interagency Network (GAIN) - Esther Awotwe

Strategic Approach to Indigenization: The Faculty of Business and Economics - Vanessa Tait

MDP Major Research Projects

"The Virtual Balancing Act - Digital Tools for Development Practice" - Jasmin Winter

"Repatriating Birthing in Norway House Cree Nation: Results from Community Survey" - Sarah Wood 

"Indigenous Ways of Knowing and the Cooperative Business Model" - Stephen Penner

1:00 p.m.—4:00 p.m.

4th Annual Three Minute Thesis Competition

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