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Great Hall, Alumni Memorial Hall (University Club)

McMaster University

Hamilton, ON

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Join a panel of scholars for a lively and informal discussion of some of McMaster's current and planned Indigenous research: from cancer, to water, to effects of Indigenous knowledge on well-being, and intergenerational interactions. Learn something new, meet people from across campus, build McMaster's interdisciplinary intellectual community, and forge new collaborations.

Each panelist will present for ~3 minutes, followed by general discussion, and then panelists will disperse among tables for continued informal discussion over lunch/coffee/dessert.

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Juliet Daniel, Biology

Chelsea Gabel, Director, McMaster Indigenous Research Institute; Health, Aging and Society/Indigenous Studies Program

Dawn Martin-Hill, Paul R. McPherson Chair in Indigenous Studies, Anthropology

Katherine Minich, Indigenous Studies Program

Jessica Pace, Health, Aging and Society

Vanessa Watts, Director, Indigenous Studies Program

Moderator: Allison Sekuler, Strategic Advisor to the President & Vice-Presidents on Academic Issues

Soup & Scholars is free for faculty, postdocs, graduate and undergraduate students. A light lunch will be served starting at 12, panel discussion starts at 12:30 - seating may be limited.

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