From the Ground to the Cloud: Insights from Seven Years of Fieldwork, Training, and Data Collection

Online/Virtual Event

The FROGBEAR project is a research and training network that fosters scholarship of East Asian religions through field visits, skill building, study, and knowledge sharing. Since the project’s inception in 2016, our international teams of researchers have identified new textual and visual sources preserved in East Asia. The research clusters have surveyed key sites of […]

Evaluating Inequities in Refugee & Im/migrant Health Service Access

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About the Talk This talk will summarize key findings and recommendations from the IRIS project, which is completing 5 years of mixed-methods data collection and analysis understand the health experiences of immigrants and migrants (im/migrants) in British Columbia. IRIS combines interviews with im/migrant community members and quantitative data from health and immigration administration to focus […]

Restorative Imperative in Health-care: Broadening the Definition of Healing

UBC Vancouver Campus Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

UBC Midwifery is hosting a free keynote lecture on restorative justice. UBC Midwifery is pleased to host this learning opportunity as part of the Elaine Carty Visiting Scholars Initiative. All are welcome, but capacity is limited. Please see the event page to register and learn more about this event.

Free

From the Ground to the Cloud: Insights from Seven Years of Fieldwork, Training, and Data Collection

Online/Virtual Event

The FROGBEAR project is a research and training network that fosters scholarship of East Asian religions through field visits, skill building, study, and knowledge sharing. Since the project’s inception in 2016, our international teams of researchers have identified new textual and visual sources preserved in East Asia. The research clusters have surveyed key sites of […]

From the Ground to the Cloud: Insights from Seven Years of Fieldwork, Training, and Data Collection

Online/Virtual Event

The FROGBEAR project is a research and training network that fosters scholarship of East Asian religions through field visits, skill building, study, and knowledge sharing. Since the project’s inception in 2016, our international teams of researchers have identified new textual and visual sources preserved in East Asia. The research clusters have surveyed key sites of […]

Services for Children and Youth with Support Needs: Emergent Themes and Concepts from Ongoing Engagement and Research

Online/Virtual Event

The Ministry of Children and Family Development is undertaking public engagement, reviewing research and evaluating a pilot model to design the future of services for children and youth with support needs (CYSN Services). This presentation will follow up on the previous presentation about existing CYSN Services and plans for public engagement. The focus of this […]

Free

Disrupting Time and Space: Considerations in Community-Centred Evaluation

Irving K. Barber Learning Centre 1961 East Mall, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

This event is part of the CTLT Spring Institute, taking place from June 3–6, 2024.  Join CTLT Indigenous Initiatives team members Paulina Semenec, Educational and Evaluation Consultant, and Samantha Nock, Educational Consultant, Campus and Classroom Climate, in an exploration around the ways in which timelines impact community-centred evaluation processes. Together, we will dream beyond the boundaries […]

Applying Anti-Racist Pedagogy in the Classroom (AA-RPC)

Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre (IRSHDC) 1985 Learners' Walk, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Apply Now To apply, participants are required to commit for the entire series. Apply by May 23, 2024. The Applying Anti-Racist Pedagogy in the Classroom program is a cohort-based program where educators will explore anti-racist approaches and practices while learning from others and building relationships in a collaborative learning environment. In this program we will focus on the […]

Applying Anti-Racist Pedagogy in the Classroom (AA-RPC)

Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre (IRSHDC) 1985 Learners' Walk, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Apply Now To apply, participants are required to commit for the entire series. Apply by May 23, 2024. The Applying Anti-Racist Pedagogy in the Classroom program is a cohort-based program where educators will explore anti-racist approaches and practices while learning from others and building relationships in a collaborative learning environment. In this program we will focus on the […]

Applying Anti-Racist Pedagogy in the Classroom (AA-RPC)

Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre (IRSHDC) 1985 Learners' Walk, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Apply Now To apply, participants are required to commit for the entire series. Apply by May 23, 2024. The Applying Anti-Racist Pedagogy in the Classroom program is a cohort-based program where educators will explore anti-racist approaches and practices while learning from others and building relationships in a collaborative learning environment. In this program we will focus on the […]

Applying Anti-Racist Pedagogy in the Classroom (AA-RPC)

Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre (IRSHDC) 1985 Learners' Walk, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Apply Now To apply, participants are required to commit for the entire series. Apply by May 23, 2024. The Applying Anti-Racist Pedagogy in the Classroom program is a cohort-based program where educators will explore anti-racist approaches and practices while learning from others and building relationships in a collaborative learning environment. In this program we will focus on the […]