Events and Conferences
Welcome Denver Lynxleg, Indigenous Graduate Student Coordinator!
We are thrilled to introduce Denver Lynxleg as the new Indigenous Graduate Student Coordinator in the Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies!
As the Indigenous Graduate Coordinator, Denver provides support and resources tailored for Indigenous graduate students. Connect with her if you have questions or are looking for graduate student advising, financial aid, Indigenous specific awards/bursaries or would like contacts or other resources specific to SFU's Indigenous graduate student community.
You can find her around campus on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. She's available for office hours at the Indigenous Student Centre (AQ 2002) on Tuesdays mornings (9:30 AM-1:00 PM) or in the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies CAPE Office (MBC 1500) Tuesdays (2:00-5:00 PM) and Wednesdays (9:00 AM-5:00 PM). Feel free to stop by and say hello! You can also connect with her via e-mail at email@example.com or at 778-782-9927.
Denver will also be hosting a meet and greet at the Indigenous Student Centre next week!
- Date: Tuesday, January 23, 2018
- Time: 11 AM - 12 PM
- Location: Indigenous Student Centre (AQ 2002)
Lunch is provided and Denver will also be in attendance for the Big Drum Workshop happening from 12-3 pm at the ISC. (Please note the beading workshop has been cancelled at this time with details to follow.)
More About Denver
Denver Lynxleg is a proud yet displaced Saulteaux/Scottish member of Tootinaowaziibeeng (Valley River) Treaty 4 Reserve in Manitoba. She was born and raised as an uninvited guest on many of the unceded territories between Vancouver and the Okanagan. She has previous experience working with various initiatives across Canada, many of which explore arts, education and advocacy. While in Toronto, she worked for Canadian Roots Exchange and the Promoting Life Skills in Aboriginal Youth (PLAY) program, two initiatives that focused on decolonial and reconcilatory efforts between non-Indigenous and Indigenous communities through shared and lived experiences.
When she is not working at SFU, Denver supports Métis animator/filmmaker Amanda Strong at Spotted Fawn Productions as a Designer and Administrative Assistant. She is also a Core Member, Designer and Treasurer of the ReMatriate collective and campaign, a small volunteer led collective of young Indigenous womyn that give agency to youth, Elders, two-spirited, non-gender binary individuals and women to strengthen future generations through positive self-representation.