Employment Opportunity: Program Manager at Indigenous Health Professionals' Program

Position Summary: Administer and oversee activities related to the IHP Program. Initiate and organize activities aligned with the mandate of the IHP Program, such as community engagement, supporting Indigenous health education, administration, financial management, team building, communications, student affairs, evaluation of initiatives and managing physical resources.

Some Responsibilities Include: 

Published: 23 May 2024

Course Lecturer Requested- Indigenous Studies Program

The Indigenous Studies Program (ISP) is seeking a Faculty Lecturer to teach four lecture/seminar courses a year, mentor Indigenous students, and contribute to the development of the ISP's outreach initiatives and events. 

Published: 21 May 2024

McGill Reporter: Science fair fun in Kahnawà:ke

Every year in Kahnawà:ke, a Kanien:keha’ka community on Montreal’s South Shore, students present their projects at a science fair organized by the Kahnawà:ke Education Center (KEC).

Published: 17 May 2024

New Policy Clarifies Indigeneity Expectations for Work Applications

McGill has a new policy to support the validation of claims to Indigenous citizenship/membership made by individuals applying for designated opportunities related to employment. McGill’s approach in developing the policy was grounded in its commitments towards truth and reconciliation outlined in its 52 Calls to Action.

Published: 17 May 2024

Professor Jacob Blanc wins the AUS Most Outstanding Professor Award!

Congratulations to Professor Jacob Blanc, jointly appointed in History and the Institute for the Study of International Development, for winning the 2024 award for Most Outstanding Professor from the Arts Undergraduate Society!

Published: 16 May 2024

New Program at MILA AI Lab: Indigenous Pathfinders in AI

Indigenous Pathfinders in AI is an enriching summer program designed to offer participants a unique opportunity to explore the world of AI. Through a series of workshops, activities and collaborative projects, participants delve deeper into the subject through an experience that emphasizes Indigenous approaches, perspectives and communities.

Published: 16 May 2024

Highlights from HBHL Symposium 2024

Over 300 attendees gathered on May 8 and 9 at the McGill University Centre for the HBHL Symposium 2024—a two-day event showcasing the latest advances in neuroscience and brain health research.

Published: 15 May 2024

Outbound Explore McGill’s STEM outreach trip to Chisasibi

Branches –  McGill’s Community Outreach Program –  along with representatives from several STEM faculties, spent a week delivering workshops in Chisasibi, Quebec.

Outbound Explore brings the McGill experience to communities outside Montreal, providing students with access to workshops facilitated by different McGill faculties. The hands-on workshops give students insight into applied sciences, educational resources, and resources offered to Indigenous students at McGill.

Published: 7 May 2024

In conversation with Billy-Ray Belcourt, McGill’s 2024 Mellon ISCEI Writer in Residence

McGill’s 2024 Indigenous Studies and Community Engagement Initiative (ISCEI) Writer in Residence is Billy-Ray Belcourt, PhD, from the Driftpile Cree Nation in northern Alberta. His five books encompass poetry, memoir, and fiction, and explore topics such as decolonial love, grief, intimacy, and queer sexuality.

Published: 7 May 2024

Graduate students in Education and Science earn Rathlyn Fellowships

Karen Martin and Dane Malenfant have been named Rathlyn Fellowship recipients for the 2023-24 year. This fellowship of $12,500 is awarded yearly by the Indigenous Studies Program to support Indigenous graduate students in their pursuit of excellence in research.

For the full article with The McGill Reporter, click here. 

Published: 7 May 2024

Congratulations to Cindy Blackstock

We are happy to share the wonderful news that Cindy Blackstock has been appointed a Canada Research Chair in First Nations Child and Family Services Implementation, SSHRC, Tier 1!

Published: 19 Apr 2024

Viol et génocide, une arme qui transcende les générations

Dr. Denov and Stéphanie Richard, PhD Student published an article in Le Devoir for the 30th anniversary of the Rwanda Genocide against the Tutsi.

Here is the link to the article:

Published: 19 Apr 2024

New Policy Brief on Climate Adaptation Finance

ISID is pleased to release a new policy brief entitled "Climate Adaptation Finance:  the Gap Between Needs and Resources Continues to Grow", by ISID Professor of Practice Jamal Saghir along with his colleague Ede Jorge Ijjasz-Vasquez. 

Read about it HERE

Published: 11 Apr 2024

2024 Annual Lecture of the Yan P. Lin Centre - ‘Is the Disorder of Our Times Unprecedented?’ by Ayşe Zarakol

The Lin Centre’s 2024 Annual Lecture, ‘Is the Disorder of Our Times Unprecedented?’ was delivered by Professor Ayşe Zarakol, Professor of International Relations at the University of Cambridge, on March 27th. Professor Zarakol’s lecture was exemplary of the kind of cross-disciplinary, cross-era, cross-regional research on social and political ideas, orders and transformation that the Lin Centre seeks to encourage and promote!

Published: 10 Apr 2024

Employment Opportunity: Office of Indigenous Initiatives

Position Information: Administrative Officer, Office of Indigenous Initiatives at McGill University 

Brief List of Duties: 

Published: 3 Apr 2024


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