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With the new developments in Indigenous Education and Languages, what is the role of universities?

January 03, 2019
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You are invited to participate in Dr. Lorna Williams's presentation on Jan 15.

SFU students, faculty and staff are invited to participate in a presentation by Dr. Lorna Williams, Professor Emerita, Department of Indigenous Education and Linguistics, University of Victoria and former CRC Chair in Indigenous Knowledge and Learning titled: With the new developments in Indigenous Education and Languages, what is the role of universities?

Event Details

  • Time: 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM
  • Date: Tuesday, January 15
  • Location: Presentation Studio (ASB 10900) Burnaby campus
  • Cost: Free, registration is required.

About Dr. Lorna Williams
Dr. Williams is Lil’watul from Mount Currie. Dr. Williams was Inducted into the Order of British Columbia in 1993 and has served as a Canadian Council on Learning Minerva Lecturer before recently being honoured with an Indspire Award for her contributions to Indigenous education.

For more information, see the event poster below:

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