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Two-Eyed Seeing (Etuaptmumk) Workshop with Elder Albert Marshall and Dr. Cheryl Bartlett

  • Rosaria Student Centre, Multi-Purpose Room, Mount Saint Vincent University 166 Bedford Highway Halifax, NS, B3M 2J6 Canada (map)

How can we as administrators, students, and faculty members appreciate and embed the contributions of Indigenous ways of knowing within our programs and institutions? Find out by attending this half-day workshop, titled Building Capacity for Reconciliation: Transforming Teaching and Learning through Etuaptmumk (Two-Eyed Seeing). Note that a public lecture will follow later in the evening (7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m). 

Together with Elder Albert Marshall, Dr. Cheryl Bartlett and other Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Knowledge Holders, you will have an opportunity to:

-     Begin a co-learning journey of your own to contribute to Reconciliation in Action

-     Contribute to an understanding of how we as administrators, students, and faculty members can appreciate and embed the contributions of indigenous ways of knowing within own programs and institutions. 

-     Build capacity to deconstruct and address social inequities that are both perpetuated by and engrained in our education systems

-     Explore opportunities for cross-cultural collaboration and intersectoral leadership to support our teaching and learning.

 The workshop,which includes lunch, is free for all Mount students, faculty and staff. The cost for outside attendees is $75/person. 

Later Event: January 28
IHIG January General Meeting