Moses Gordon, Student, History & Economics major
ndigenization is one of the key tenets of the University of
IRegina's Strategic Plan entitled mâmawohkamâtowin, a Cree word meaning "co-operation; working together
towards common goals".
We have committed to a wide range of initiatives to support
indigenization across our campus and beyond.
Our newly expanded Aboriginal Student Centre helps ensure
our students make a seamless transition into university and
helps our graduates make successful forays into the job
In April, we hosted a two-day summit exploring best
practices in post-secondary education for Aboriginal peoples
JoLee Blackbear, Assistant Professor,
Educational Psychology, and Researcher (impact on
survivors of Residential School Reconciliation Process)
Misty Longman, Manager,
Aboriginal Student Centre
Additionally, faculty members like JoLee Blackbear are
attracting funding for research that helps us better
understand Aboriginal issues and their impact on society.