Faculty, staff and student leaders are invited to attend a full-day event on March 7 that will focus on how the U of S can respond to the 94 calls to action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. By showcasing some of the current successes taking place at the university, faculty and staff will be able to learn high-impact practices in how to incorporate the principles of reconciliation in teaching and learning, research, enhancing the student experience and university governance and administration.
Following up from the national Building Reconciliation forum, this event is meant to continue conversations at the U of S on how to build reconciliation and become the best place we possibly can be for Indigenous students and their communities.
This event will also be live streamed for the entire university community to enjoy.
The final day to register is Feb. 27.
The agenda is currently being developed. Please check back soon for updates.
As a part of the forum there will be a poster session to showcase programs, initiatives and research projects happening at the U of S that help to build reconciliation. By sharing the work happening at the U of S, we hope to stimulate dialogue and encourage innovation and collaboration. The poster session will be happening all day on March 7 in the North Concourse of Place Riel.
The deadline to submit a poster has now passed.
For more information on the poster session, please contact us.