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Indigenous Initiatives Learning Community goes on qeqən House Posts Walking Tour

By Erin Yun posted on March 10, 2020

The Indigenous Initiatives (II) Learning Community is a peer-driven professional development community intended for participants who took part in a series of workshops on integrating Indigenous perspectives into their work (the II Design Series).
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CTLT Indigenous Initiatives Welcomes New Staff, Chloe Erlendson

By Erin Yun posted on March 5, 2020

CTLT Indigenous Initiatives is pleased to welcome Chloe Erlendson. Chloe will be taking on the role as an Educational Consultant, supporting professional development programming, educational resources, and strategic initiatives related to Indigenous engagement in teaching and learning. 
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Indigenous Initiatives Welcomes New Staff, Daniel Perez Gamez

By Janey Lew posted on January 10, 2020

We are happy to announce that Daniel Perez Gamez, a PhD student in UBC’s department of Geography, has been hired as a Graduate Academic Assistant working on the IN/Relation and Our Calls to Action TLEF projects. Daniel will be working on research and curriculum development relating to these projects. 
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Why sexual assault awareness month should matter to us all

By Valeria De La Vega posted on January 8, 2020

As UBC approaches the tenth year of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, it’s important to reflect on the efforts to date and how the university can further support this impactful initiative. Read the interview with Sasha Wiley-Shaw to learn more.
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When will we be ready? Sharing responsibility for Indigenous engagement in teaching and learning

By Valeria De La Vega posted on December 2, 2019

On November 6, the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology’s Indigenous Initiatives team partnered with the Institute for Critical Indigenous Studies and the UBC Learning Circle to host a panel discussion which centered the voices and perspectives of Indigenous studies faculty members and leaders on the topic of sharing responsibility for Indigenous engagement.
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