Drop into the UBC First Nations Longhouse to speak with an Enrolment Services Advisor and member of the Indigenous Student Support Team to chat about any questions around the various financial pathways at UBC.
Join us in our MET anti-racism seminar series for our upcoming talk with Dr. Patricia Makokis. Dr. Patricia Makokis will share her path of personal and professional learning as a front line teacher – principal of a school where trauma rolled out daily. She will share why all educators should learn about trauma and become […]
The Burge Lecture is an annual endowed lecture organized by the History Graduate Students Association and made possible by a generous donation from UBC alumnus William Burge. UBC Department of History is pleased to announce the 2022 Burge Lecture will be delivered by Professor David Aiona Chang, Distinguished McKnight Professor in the Department of History […]
Learn more at: https://learningcircle.ubc.ca/2022/04/19/xwi7xwa-library-relation-to-research/ - Come join us on an informative session as we learn from Kayla and Karleen how to: access materials for Indigenous knowledges so that problematic scholarship is not perpetuated, how to acknowledge self in relation to research, how to utilize knowledges as voices of our ancestors, how to acknowledge communities in […]
While digital government has been a well embedded feature of many mature public service models around the world, Canadian uptake of it was relatively limited until the COVID-19 pandemic struck. The need to physically distance from each other and for many, work remotely, necessitated the rapid automation and digitization of service delivery models and administration. […]
In this talk, Dr. Lyana Patrick, Frank Cohn and Teka Everstz will talk about NexUp, a youth-led initiative that brings people together to support the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellness of boys, young men and masculine-identifying two-spirit, trans, queer, nonbinary and gender-nonconforming youth.
Have you ever wondered how to engage with Indigenous perspectives in health care? 8 Cultural Safety Principles arose from a circle with Indigenous legacy leaders from across the province of BC. This collaborative experience has had success in breaking down cultural safety so that it’s easier to understand. From the principles to actions there has […]