Summit for Mentoring Indigenous Graduate Students
One-day professional development event on Feb 5
Open to Indigenous and non-Indigenous faculty, staff, students, and educators

Why is it important and who should attend?
Hear from the co-organizers to find out. Watch below

Lindsay DuPré on the Summit for Mentoring Indigenous Graduate Students
Lindsay DuPré on the Summit for Mentoring Indigenous Graduate Students

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Dr. Eve Tuck, Canada Research Chair, and master’s student Erica Violet Lee, on the importance of mentoring Indigenous graduate students. Watch now

You’re invited to the Summit for Mentoring Indigenous Graduate Students on February 5, 8am to 5pm in the OISE Library!
The one-day professional development summit is an opportunity for Indigenous and non-Indigenous professors, instructors, administrators, and university students to try on ideas that will change how we work together in academic spaces.

Guests will learn from an incredible lineup of Indigenous keynote speakers and panelists, including Dr. Zoe S. ToddDr. Stephanie WatermanDr. Robert InnesHayden King, and many more.
Join the conversation to improve policy and practice around mentoring Indigenous graduate students, so that universities become places that deserve the talent and knowledges of Indigenous learners.
Truth and Reconciliation is the responsibility of all of us. We greatly encourage guests to bring a colleague or peer who would benefit from attending the summit. 
*This is a paid event for the public. Students attend for free or pay $10*
Organized by Eve Tuck, Sandi Wemigwase, Erica Violet Lee, Julie Blair, and OISE’s Indigenous Education Network.