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If you are a current Indigenous graduate student and would like to share your story with Dorothy as a Conversation, please contact email@example.com.
Introducing Harlan Pruden
Our first conversation is with Health Sciences PhD student, Harlan Pruden.
Pruden is a member of the Whitefish Lake Band. His mother is a member of Beaver Lake and his father comes from Saddlelake and Whitefish Lake Band.
Watch the video to learn more about Harlan’s journey, experiences and research.
Read more about Harlan on SFU's People of SFU stories.
About Conversations with Indigenous Graduate Students: Video Series
Initiated by Dr. Dorothy Cucw-la7 Christian, Associate Director, Indigenous Policy & Pedagogy, this video series features conversations with Indigenous masters and doctoral students from various faculties within SFU.
Christian records and has conversations with each student over zoom. We learn about their unique backgrounds, the communities they come from, their journeys prior to coming to SFU, their research, and what inspires them in their graduate studies.
We are excited to share these stories with you!