Indigenous History Month | A conversation on Indigeneity and student success

When:
June 21, 2021 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
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Register for Indigenous History Month Event

In recognition of Indigenous History Month and National Indigenous Peoples Day, the Indigenous Alumni Network, in partnership with the Centre for Indigenous Student Services (CISS) invites you to a virtual panel discussion and Q&A on Indigeneity, identity, and student success. Moderated by Sean Hillier (BA ’10, MA ‘11), co-chair of York’s Indigenous Council, join alumni Megan Scribe (BA ‘11, MA ‘13), Benjamin Vandorpe (B.ES '12, JD '15), and Jonathon Lerose (BFA ’15) for a conversation on the roles that their Indigeneity and intersectional identities have played in their academic and professional careers. Panelists will also share their stories on their journeys after graduation and how students can set themselves up for success while at York!

 

Click here for more information about the Moderator and Panelists for the event