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Past Workshops and Webinars
Indspire: Rivers to Success
September 30, 2020
Are you a First Nations, Inuit, or Métis high school student who’s facing graduation and would like some extra help & guidance? Or are you a First Nations, Inuit, or Métis post-secondary student who wants to stay connected to your culture while getting some good tips for thriving in post-secondary life – and making the jump to the working world after graduation? If this sounds familiar…we’ve got a program for you!
Rivers to Success is a mentorship-focused program whose three streams feature cultural resources, customized resources, and matching with a mentor or mentorship group to give you good guidance no matter where you are on your learning journey. It’s absolutely free, the sign-up is quick and easy – and you can start right away.
Go to www.indspire.ca/rivers to sign up! We can’t wait to meet you. :)
Building Your Academic CV
September 22, 2020
Dr. Caroline Tait shares her tips for graduate students and new investigators on building your academic CV to give yourself a competative edge during your job search, in applying for grants, and more.
Indspire: Building Brighter Futures
September 23, 2020
With the support of its funding partners, Indspire disburses financial awards, delivers programs and shares resources with the goal of closing the gap in Indigenous education. Building Brighter Futures provides Indigenous students with the support they need to achieve their greatest potential. Our goal is to make Indigenous students’ post-secondary dreams possible. This presentation will walk you through the application process - including how to fill out the budget, necessary documents,
On average, the award amount for 2019-2020 recipients was over $800 higher than last year. This means more money goes to individual First Nation, Inuit and Métis students to help with their education. Building Brighter Futures‘ funding model is unlike any other in the country, wherever possible funds are awarded to a student to use as they wish – tuition, childcare, food, cultural support, shelter, travel, etc.
Learn about the application process, creating a budget, necessary documents and ask any questions you have!
Publishing as Knowledge Sharing in the Digital Age
Friday, April 17, 2020
Facilitated by mentor: Darcy Cullen, UBC Press
Digital technology has changed the way we communicate and share knowledge. Collaboration, new media, digitized archives, interactive maps, and digital storytelling are part of a researcher’s toolkit. What does that mean for publication? Join us for this webinar about RavenSpace, a new model of scholarly publishing designed Indigenous studies in a digital age, and what it means for you.
Check out RavenSpace here.
Indigenous disaster and emergency management: do past disasters give insight into the Covid-19 pandemic?
April 9, 2020
Facilitated by mentor: Dr. Simon Lambert
Accessing University Library Resources Remotely
April 30, 2020
Mentor Deborah Lee, Indigenous Studies & Community Initiatives Librarian as she shares information on researching remotely and the tools available through the University Library website.
Grant Writing Webinar
April 3, 2020
10 am - 12 pm CST | Webex - video and slides will be made available week of April 6-10, 2020
Facilitated by mentor: Dr. Caroline Tait
This workshop is open to researchers, including graduate students and postdoctoral fellows interested in designing a research grant in partnership with First Nations, Métis, and Inuit partners. It is the first in a series of workshops on grant writing, research management, and knowledge dissemination hosted by the Indigenous Mentorship Network and the First Nations and Métis Health Research Centre.
Tri-Agency and CIHR Funding Opportunities for Trainees
September 9, 2019 - English Language Webinar
How to write a successful conference abstract
Mentor: Dr. Robert Innes (Indigenous Studies)
October 4, 2019
This workshop went over dos and don'ts for students applying to present at academic conferences, in particular the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) conference.
Intro to the Canadian Common CV (CCV)
The University of Victoria has put together slides on how to create your Canadian Common CV. This CV account is necessary when applying for many tri-council awards including CIHR Travel Awards, Masters scholarships, and is commonly used in research grant applications.
Nuts and Bolts in Academic Publishing: A How-to for Faculty and Graduate Students
Mentor: Dr. Ranjan Datta (JSGS)
November 1, 2019
11:00 AM-1:00 PM
Health Science E2330
Indigenous Epidemiology: Counting What Counts
The Indigenous Mentorship Network of Ontario at Western University presents a webinar by Dr. Jennifer Walker on Indigenous Epidemiology.
Mentor: Dr. Jennifer Walker
February 7, 2020
Webinar hosted by IMN-O
Faceless Dolls Workshop
March 11, 2020
2:00 pm | Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre
Facilitated by Beverly Fullerton, Elizabeth Fry Society
Hosted by the Division of Social Accountability, the Indigenous Admissions Program and the Saskatchewan Indigenous Mentorship Network.
The Faceless Dolls project, launched by the Native Women’s Association of Canada, aimed to raise awareness about the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. Thousands of Canadians have participated in these hands-on workshops since 2012. Everyone is invited to come and hear the Faceless Doll story and create your own doll in tribute and in solidarity.