February 5, 2018
8am - 5pm
This one-day professional development summit invites staff, students, and faculty to discuss practices and conditions for teaching, supervising, and supporting Indigenous students in universities. This symposium will consist of three keynotes and panel discussions featuring uniquely critical, passionate voices within the sphere of Indigenous academia.
FEATURING Keynotes by Rob Innes - Stephanie Waterman - Zoe Todd
Panelists: Vanessa Watts-Powless - Chelsea Gabel - Michelle Murphy - Minelle Mahtani - Shannon Simpson - Sandra Styres - Hayden King - Karyn Recollet - Sandi Wemigwase - Erica Violet Lee - Megan Scribe - Rebecca Beaulne-Stuebing - Marie Laing - Fernanda Yanchapaxi - Kayla Webber - Andrea Derbecker - Jennifer Sylvester - Ryan Neepin
OISE Library, Main floor, 252 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario
The OISE Library is an accessible space. Single-user and accessible washrooms are available in the event space.
All attendees must register at: https://smigs.eventbrite.ca
Lunch is optional. The last day to register with lunch included is February 2.
This event is organized by Eve Tuck, Sandi Wemigwase, Erica Violet Lee, Julie Blair, and the Indigenous Education Network.