By Karrmen Crey on December 1, 2009
Services for Aboriginal students at UBC just got an extra boost. Students looking for one-on-one help with course assignments and essay writing can now look to Brittany Luby, the First Nations Longhouse tutor for 2009/2010. Brittany, a graduate student in the UBC history department, approached the First Nations House of Learning with an offer to […]
By Karrmen Crey on November 4, 2009
When the Museum of Anthropologyʼs Native Youth Program (NYP) was introduced in 1979, it was the first such initiative to offer Native youth the opportunity to research…
By FNHL on October 27, 2009
One of the First Nations House of Learning’s great honours is to celebrate the achievement of the University of British Columbia’s Aboriginal graduates, together with their families and supporters from throughout British Columbia and beyond.
This Fall 2009, I will be entering my ninth year as the Faculty of Medicine’s Aboriginal Programs Coordinator. This year has been another successful one for the faculty, as seven Aboriginal medical students graduated with their Doctor of Medicine degrees in May 2009. This is the most Aboriginal doctors the Faculty of Medicine has ever […]