Faculty Information Exchange Series 2023-2024: Relationships & Research: Working with Indigenous Peoples

Tuesday April 9, 2024 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Registration is encouraged.

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NOTE: Participants will join a waiting lobby when entering the Microsoft Teams session.

If you are experiencing issues joining the meeting, please contact aburke05@uoguelph.ca.


Led by:

  • Dr. Diana Lewis, Assistant Professor & Canada Research Chair (Tier II) Indigenous Environmental Health Governance
  • Dr. Faisal Moola, Associate Professor, Program Coordinator Master of Conservation Leadership Program
  • Joanne Garcia-Moores, Indigenization & EDI Advisor in Research, RSO

If you are interested in understanding what might be involved in working with Indigenous peoples and communities as part of your research program, this session is for you. Whether you are an Indigenous or a non-Indigenous researcher, you will gain insight into how to connect with and build responsible, reciprocal relations with Indigenous peoples and communities to engage in relevant, impactful research. Speakers will share some of their extensive experience in working with Indigenous peoples on a range of research topics, from health to the environment. Additional resources for continued self-guided learning about how to begin indigenizing your research will also be presented.

Learn more about Faculty Information Exchange Series.

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