Research Week 2021: Reconciliation and Relationships in Research
Monday, Nov. 22, 1:30-3:30 p.m.
You are invited to join this important discussion, hosted by Violet Ford, associate vice-president (Indigenous Research).
To request log-in instructions to join this session, please e-mail IndigenousResearch@mun.ca.
Ivan White, student affairs officer – Indigenous affairs, Grenfell Campus, will moderate a conversation with guests.
- Catharyn Andersen, vice-president (Indigenous);
- Dr. Ashlee Cunsolo, interim dean, School of Arctic and Subarctic Studies, Labrador Institute;
- Dr. Stephen Decker, assistant professor, School of Science and the Environment, Grenfell Campus; and
- Kelly Anne Butler, Indigenous education specialist, Office of Indigenous Affairs
Through this event you will learn about reconciliation and its interconnections with research; the importance of building and maintaining relationships with Indigenous Peoples when developing research projects pertaining to Indigenous Peoples and their communities; and examples of research carried out in Indigenous communities. You will gain a better understanding of the context and application of Memorial’s Research Impacting Indigenous Groups (RIIG) policy.
Indigenous community leaders and groups, members of the university community and external stakeholders are invited to the session.
This event is one of the many activities taking place during Research Week 2021, which runs Nov. 22-26.
Presented by Office of the Vice-President (Research)