Indigenizing the Academy Gathering at UFV : August, 2012
As summer turned to fall of 2012, 275 delegates from 33 post-secondary institutions came together at the University of the Fraser Valley’s Aboriginal Gathering Place. The purpose of the Gathering: To discuss Indigenization – a way of making the university welcoming for Indigenous cultures, knowledge, learners, faculty and staff.
Discussion groups included members of the Aboriginal Elders, community, students, administrators, faculty and indigenizers.
Over three days, two keynote speakers, multiple guest speakers and discussion groups produced what we called
S’iwes Toti:lt Q’ep — Teaching and Learning Together
Our website contains videos of the keynotes, reports, findings, discussions, requests for feedback from scholars and community. Please take a look and feel free to contribute to our very rich resource.
The UFV Indigenous Affairs Office extends an invitation to:
Aboriginal Community Council
October 15, 2012
Noon lunch and Meeting
1454 / 1457 Canada Education Park
for details contact by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Indigenous Studies Advisory Committee
Faculty and Staff
Wednesday October 17th, 2012
1pm - 3pm
For more info, email: Shirley.Hardman@ufv.ca