Tuesday, 15. October 2019, American events, Indigenous Cultural Acumen & Academic Life (UTSC Faculty)

from 15. October 2019 - 10:00 till 15:00
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The Office of the Dean is presenting this opportunity in recognition of our commitment to the University of Toronto’s response to the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (Wecheehetowin, meaning "working together"). UTSC’s commitment includes the desire to build stronger relationships with Indigenous peoples and communities, and welcome Indigenous students, scholars, and staff to our campus. UTSC’s commitment is being supported by this learning opportunity for faculty members.  Presented by UTSC Indigenous Curriculum Developer Brent Stonefish, and supported by UTSC Indigenous Elder Wendy Phillips, this session will provide insight into Indigenous ways of knowing with opportunities for open discussion and questions, and is geared to faculty participants.  Lunch from an Indigenous caterer will be provided.  
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