Aboriginal Health Education for Students

The Division of Aboriginal Peoples Health began in 2001 with the intent to increase the number of Indigenous physicians, to support Indigenous students and residents, as well as to educate and support non-Indigenous physicians working in communities.

Aboriginal language program brings together students and community

The First Nations Language Program (FNLG) was initiated in 1997 to establish community-based collaborations with communities to document and preserve Aboriginal languages

Indigenous Education in the UBC Faculty of Education

Greetings from the Faculty of Education! I am pleased to present highlights from the 2008/09 academic year and to tell you about some of our plans for the 2009/10 academic year. Faculty We welcome two  new Indigenous faculty members: Drs. Mark Aquash and Tracy Friedel.  Dr. Mark Aquash is from Walpole Isladn First Nation in […]

Leading First Nations Legal Education in Canada

Submitted by Andrea Hilland video platform video management video solutions video player The UBC Faculty of Law is a leader in First Nations legal education in Canada and offers Aboriginal curriculum content as well as social, cultural, and academic support to Aboriginal law students through the First Nations Legal Studies Program. The program has much […]

Greetings from NITEP

Being a new faculty member in the UBC Faculty of Education, as well as the new Director of NITEP, I have found that there are many graduates of the program living in B.C. and other parts of the country. I have also observed that these alumni refer to themselves as “NITEP-ers”. NITEP-ers are a very diverse […]

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