[BILD Speaker Series] Kahtehrón:ni Iris Stacey: "Indigenous Language Revitalization in Kahnawà:ke – Researching the Experience of Adult Second Language Speakers"
2017 BILD Speaker Series
Open forum for the Provost’s Task Force on Indigenous Studies and Indigenous Education provokes dialogue on indigenous issues
On Nov. 22, the Provost’s Task Force on Indigenous Studies and Indigenous Education hosted an open forum to discuss their progress and receive input from members of the McGill Community. The Task Force was launched Sept. 22 of this year with the purpose of creating initiatives focused on integrating indigenous viewpoints into all areas of academic life, including research and retention of indigenous students and faculty.
On Tuesday, Nov. 22, over 50 people attended the first Open Forum on the Provost’s Task Force on Indigenous Studies & Indigenous Education at McGill. The forum was held from 3-5 p.m. in the Lev Buhkman Room of the SSMU Building. The purpose of the open forum was to generate ideas and discussion relating to the task force’s core themes.
Tuesday, November 22, 2016 3PM-5PM
Lev Buhkman Room, Student Society of McGill University (SSMU) Building
3600 Rue McTavish Street
Global and Indigenous Health Nursing (GAIHN) McGill will be hosting a fundraising speaker event at the Rialto Theatre on October 5th at 6pm.
McGill’s First Peoples' House, Social Equity and Diversity Education Office, Participatory Cultures Lab, and the McCord Museum are pleased to announce STILL DANCING, a free public event in support of a national inquiry into the missing and murdere
The First Peoples’ House invites you to share in the celebrations for our 14th Annual Pow Wow!
Friday, September 18th, 2015
11:00am to 4:00pm
McGill University’s School of Continuing Studies will receive a multi-year grant totaling over $1.2 million from Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) to continue designing and delivering education programs for indigenous people. The AANDC accepted two proposals that are part of the School’s Online Courses for Northern Aboriginals in Canada project.
Stephanie Jonah is a Cree woman from Waskaganish who works as a project administrator. Although she loves her job, she’d been looking for an opportunity to return to school and pursue higher education. “I’m always trying to learn,” says Stephanie, “but I don’t want to leave my job.” She found exactly what she was looking with McGill’s Online courses in Business Management and Entrepreneurship for Indigenous People.
McGill University's School of Continuing Studies' Business Management Courses for Indigenous People has been featured in The Nation magazine. Click here to read the online article.