Whose 150? Aboriginal Un-History Month exhibition highlights Indigenous work at the university
By Emi Sasagawa on September 27, 2017
The Aboriginal Un-History Month exhibition brought together Indigenous work, resources and collaborations from across campus.
UBC introduces interdisciplinary course on Indigenous Cultural Safety
By Julia Burnham on July 28, 2017
The Centre for Excellence in Indigenous Health (CEIH) has partnered with UBC Health to bring forth a new interdisciplinary learning experience on Indigenous Cultural Safety.
NAISA Lunch & Learn explores Indigenous Initiatives
By Wendy Chan on July 28, 2017
From June 22 to 24, UBC co-hosted the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) 9th annual conference.
Integrating Indigenous knowledges in teaching: When will we be ready?
By Emi Sasagawa on June 1, 2017
On May 2 the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology held a panel discussion on integrating Indigenous content and perspectives in the classroom. The event brought together five settler scholars from departments across the university to share their experiences and to discuss, “When will we be ready?”
Classroom Climate Series: Territory Acknowledgment
By Emi Sasagawa on September 26, 2016
What goes into a territory/land acknowledgement and what are the things we can each think about to engage responsibly in this practice?
Workshop explores ways of supporting Indigenous students at UBC
By Emi Sasagawa on April 25, 2016
Karlene Harvey, who joined Aboriginal Student Affairs in 2015, offers both cultural and academic support to students at the UBC Vancouver campus.
Musqueam Artist Shares Research, Cultural Practices, and Oral Histories
By Wendy Chan on March 18, 2016
Musqueam community member and artist Morgan Guerin shared and discussed Musqueam culture, history, and his contribution to the exhibit cəsnaʔəm, the city before the city.
Classroom Climate Series Engages UBC with Aboriginal Topics
By Wendy Chan on November 26, 2015
As part of the yearlong Classroom Climate series, CTLT Aboriginal Initiatives hosted three workshops in fall 2015.