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Vancouver Island University

900 Fifth Street

Bldg. 170 - Shq’apthut- A Gathering Place

Nanaimo, BC V9R 5S5

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This event is open to all interested community members, including VIU faculty, staff and students.

This speaker’s series is held by Services for Aboriginal Students at Vancouver Island University and sponsored by various VIU departments. These talks are Tuesday over the lunch hour once a month in Shq’apthut – A Gathering Place and provide the opportunity for students, staff, faculty and community to expand their experience and awareness in current Indigenous topics and various aspects of Aboriginal Ways of Being and Knowing.


Dates: 2nd Tuesday of each month - February to April 2017

Time: 11:30 to 1:00 ... Soup served at 11:30, presentation at Noon

Place: VIU Nanaimo Campus, Bldg. 170 - Shq’apthut- A Gathering Place Link to Campus Map

Questions: Jennifer.Christofferson@viu.ca


Last session for the academic year:

April 11, 2017 Sharon Hobenshield,

“Haq wil la hlo is sim: Walk Slowly on the Breath of your Ancestors: An Examination of Gift Giving within Post-Secondary Education”

Sponsored by the Centre for Innovation and Excellence in Learning

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