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