Indigenous Studies 101: A Professional Development Workshop Series - Gender

Indigenous Wood Carving
Date:
Wednesday, March 13, 2024 - 5:00pm to 6:30pm
Location:
Lhuhuhwhezdel: The Gathering Place Room 5-123
Campus:
Prince George

Indigenous Studies 101 offers UNBC faculty, students, and staff the opportunity to explore Indigenous topics from an Indigenous perspective. 

All sessions will be offered in person and by Zoom Webinar
To attend via Zoom:

Webinar ID: 630 3738 5306

Webinar link: https://unbc.zoom.us/j/63037385306?pwd=MUduRy9WSGdIZjEzWU9ML1dTZldpdz09

Webinar passcode: 970542

About the Presenter

Born and raised in Prince George, Dr. Daniel Sims is a proud member of the Tsay Keh Dene First Nation. Sims earned his PhD at the University of Alberta. He is currently Associate Professor of First Nations Studies for the Faculty of Indigenous Studies, Social Sciences and Humanities at UNBC.
Dr. Sims has published extensively on subjects relating to First Nations history in northern British Columbia. He is a sought-after consultant and/or researcher and popular presenter on topics ranging from reconciliation, Indigenization, and the history of colonialism in British Columbia and Canada. 

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