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Indigenization

Part of a special feature chronicling the transformation of the academy through the inclusion of Indigenous knowledge, voices, critiques, scholars, students and materials at Memorial.

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We are all students

Indigenous education group explores common themes at Memorial

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Nelson White

Q&A with artist and illustrator Nelson White

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Equal partners

'Possibilities are endless': Nunavut Arctic College collaboration

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Community project

Rich history: Connecting the past and the present in Rigolet

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One-of-a-kind

Connecting to Labrador roots while helping lead critical marine research

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Op-ed: Dr. Daryl Pullman

Bringing home the Beothuk: The ethics of repatriation

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‘Saying with intention’

Recognizing Indigenous history and culture with land acknowledgements

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Indigenization is Indigenous

Indigenous students, faculty and staff at Memorial share what is, and isn't, Indigenization

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Relationship building

Social work field practica focused on Indigenous child welfare in Labrador

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Aquatic network

Marine Institute doctoral student combining fish science and traditional knowledge in Labrador

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Sense of renewal

Emotional journey: Medical students participate in building a sweat lodge

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‘Doing, knowing and being’

Indigenous Student Exchange Agreement fosters collaborative, mutually beneficial relationship

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Harold R. Johnson

Q&A with Saskatchewan author about chance, magic and the power of story

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Op-ed: Dr. Nicholas Welch

Indigenous contributors to research should be co-authors, says Canada Research Chair

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‘We are strong’

How one student embraced her Aboriginal culture at Grenfell Campus

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Michelle Saunders

Q&A with the Labrador Institute’s 2019 International Indigenous Intern

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Visiting Aboriginal Elders

New project contributing to the Indigenization of Memorial