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WELCOME TO INDIGENOUS SFU!

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Building a sense of community within the Indigenous students at SFU through the help of Indigenous Students is our aim with this online community.  Welcome!

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Indigenous Career Journey Stories: Marlana “Kaneratenhawi” Thompson-Baker

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My professor explained, learn the things you don't know, don't waste your time learning what you already know and don't waste time reinventing the wheel.

By: Marlana “Kaneratenhawi” Thompson-Baker 15109 reads | 0 comments
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SFU Aboriginal Faculty Members to Increase

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The Faculty of Education has just hired the first professor to be recruited under SFU’s Aboriginal Faculty Recruitment Plan.

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Early-Number Learning and Language Revitalization a Dynamite Combination

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SFU mathematics education professor Nathalie Sinclair has been working with the Ojibwe and Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations to translate her early-numbers mathematics app into their languages.

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Summer Camp Prepares Students for University

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Anika Robertson says the SFU Aboriginal camp exceeded her expectations and inspired her to aim for university.

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SFU Indigenous Day Shares Culture with Community

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The Burnaby campus community was treated to the sights, sounds and tastes of Indigenous culture during the second annual SFU Indigenous Day in September.

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First of Traditional Languages Apps Ready for Testing in New Year

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Marianne Ignace has an ambitious plan. Within the next five years, she hopes to have developed language-learning apps for speakers and learners of some 12 First Nations languages in B.C. and Yukon.

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Research Chair to Lead Heart Health Research for First Nations Peoples

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“I am very excited by the opportunity to focus on prevention of cardiovascular disease and to improve heart health and well-being among First Nations in British Columbia.” Jeffrey Reading

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2015 Graduate Aboriginal Scholarships Awarded to Valerie Bob

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At 58, Valerie Bob has had a long career in social services and education after earning a BA in social work and an MA in First Peoples’ education. Now, with the help of a Graduate Aboriginal Scholarship, she’s embarking on a PhD program that combines her interests in native language renewal and ceremonial music.

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MA Student Seeks to Address Métis Mental Health Issues

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Monique Auger, a proud Métis woman from Vancouver Island, thinks there is. She is using her Graduate Aboriginal Scholarship to pursue a master of science, in the Faculty of Health Sciences, to explore this issue.

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