By Jes Abeita on May 4, 2010
The Longhouse Learning Centre started offering tutoring services to students in September, 2009. Brittany Luby, a graduate student herself, and Eva Prkachin help First Nations students meet the academic challenges presented at the University of British Columbia. “I think it’s really grown and I’m really excited for the new term.
By Karrmen Crey on March 15, 2010
As a child, Charlene Smoke often played school or teacher. In a recent interview, she explains that despite not graduating from high school, she “dreamed of being…”
By Kasondra White on March 13, 2010
video platform video management video solutions video player Last year, UBC child care services celebrated its 40th anniversary, an event which was made all the more exciting by coinciding with the opening of 5 new daycare centres on campus. Over 800 current and former parents, staff and attendees of UBC child care facilities were present […]
By Dr. Linc Kesler on February 2, 2010
Mitakuye oyasin, chante waste ya nape chiyusa pelo. My friends and relations, with a good heart I shake your hands. I greet you first in the language of my Lakota ancestors, and next acknowledge that I am a relatively recent arrival and guest on the land of the Musqueam people. I thank Musqueam for their […]
By Karrmen Crey on January 22, 2009
The 2008-09 academic year presented Aboriginal students with increased opportunities to find work, build job search skills, and explore careers . . .