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Research Week: Panel Discussion and Closing Event

Thursday, May 17, 7-9 p.m.

PE-2001

Join us for Research Week 2018 closing event and discussion focused on the following question: If you could envision a perfect relationship between Memorial University’s researchers and Indigenous communities, what would it look like and how do we get there? Catharyn Andersen, Special Advisor to the President on Aboriginal Affairs, will be moderating the conversation and will be joined by the following panel members: – Marguerite MacKenzie, professor emerita, Department of Linguistics; – Carolyn Sturge Sparks, co-ordinator, Aboriginal Health Initiative, Division of Community Health and Humanities, Faculty of Medicine; – Kelly Ann Butler, student affairs officer, Aboriginal Affairs, Grenfell Campus; – Amy Hudson, manager, Research, Education and Culture, NunatuKavut; and – Scott Neilsen, assistant professor, Department of Archaeology/Labrador Institute This event is free! Everyone welcome to attend.

Presented by Office of the Vice-President (Research)

Event Listing 2018-05-17 19:00:00 2018-05-17 21:00:00 America/St_Johns Research Week: Panel Discussion and Closing Event Join us for Research Week 2018 closing event and discussion focused on the following question: If you could envision a perfect relationship between Memorial University’s researchers and Indigenous communities, what would it look like and how do we get there? Catharyn Andersen, Special Advisor to the President on Aboriginal Affairs, will be moderating the conversation and will be joined by the following panel members: – Marguerite MacKenzie, professor emerita, Department of Linguistics; – Carolyn Sturge Sparks, co-ordinator, Aboriginal Health Initiative, Division of Community Health and Humanities, Faculty of Medicine; – Kelly Ann Butler, student affairs officer, Aboriginal Affairs, Grenfell Campus; – Amy Hudson, manager, Research, Education and Culture, NunatuKavut; and – Scott Neilsen, assistant professor, Department of Archaeology/Labrador Institute This event is free! Everyone welcome to attend. PE-2001 Office of the Vice-President (Research)