Author Archive | Carol Mammel

Ms. Widia Larivière on Indigenous Youth and Self-determination

Credits: UNDESA – DSPD Published on May 1, 2015 Widia Lariviere is Anishnabe from Timiskaming First Nation in Quebec, Canada, and has spent her entire life in an urban setting. She holds a degree in International Studies and Modern Languages from Laval University and a certificate in Immigration and Inter-ethnic Relations from the University of Quebec […]

NADA National Aboriginal Day of Awareness at UFV June 17

Everyone is welcome to join in at the National Aboriginal Day Awareness Event. Wed, June 17 10 am–2 pm UFV Abby New Student Union Building — Great Hall (rooms S1114/1116) 33844 King Road, Abbotsford Agenda (please visit website for up to date activities): 10 am Welcome 12 pm Slahal demonstration 2 pm Closing Remarks Other […]

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Tl’o Tem Wiyothtset: It’s Always Our Time at S’eliyemetaxwtexw

S’eliyemetaxwtexw — new name for UFV Art Gallery By Anne Russell on September 18, 2014 In celebration of UFV’s 40th anniversary, the Visual Arts department presents a new title for the gallery space at the Abbotsford campus. The new name, S’eliyemetaxwtexw Art Gallery, will be officially recognized on Tues, Oct 16 at noon in Abby […]

UFV Theatre Department, UFV Indigenous Affairs and Stó:lō in partnership: staged reading of The Berlin Blues

UFV and Stó:lō team up to offer staged reading of The Berlin Blues By Anne Russell on September 16, 2014 The University of the Fraser Valley Theatre department, Stó:lō Nation, and the Stó:lō Research & Resource Management Centre are co-presenting  staged readings of Ojibway playwright Drew Hayden Taylor’s play The Berlin Blues as part of […]

UFV Faculty on Shaping Identity: Land, People, Systems at the Society for Intercultural Education, Teaching and Research (SIETAR 2014)

  SIETAR 2014 Congress Video Sts’ailes Written By Shirley Hardman, Indigenous Affairs Senior Advisor, and  Marcella LaFever Ph.D Holland, Germany, Australia, and from across the United States; these are just a few of the places that scholars traveled from to share their knowledge and to learn about “Shaping Identity: Land, People, Systems”the theme of the […]

Indigenizing and Internationalization

  Shirley Hardman welcomes Mr. Sharma Pres. of SD College Chandigarh & Mrs. Sharma to Sto-lo territory at CEP’s gathering place. Indigenization and Internationalization of the Academy are both elements that contribute to the richness of the Academy. The visit of the President Sharma from India and the welcome to the Sto-lo territory by Indigenous Affairs Senior Advisor Shirley Hardman […]

Indigenous Perspectives on the Natural World

2014 greenSPEAK Seminar Series Tuesday, April 1, 2014 Shirley Hardman, Senior Advisor Indigenous Affairs  and Chantelle Marlor offered a joint Seminar Indigenous Perspectives and understanding biological or ecological knowledge. More and more work is being done to tie together Resource Management, Environmental Studies, and Aboriginal Ecological Knowledge, so that balanced relationships with their environments facilitate comprehensive understanding of […]