You are invited to attend the 2022 University of Calgary Conference on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching,taking place May 1 – 3.
University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada  

Join us in exploring Indigenous Ways of Knowing as we continue our path to truth and reconciliation. Moving Forward in a Good Way: Nurturing the Spirit of Learning in Postsecondary Education is an opportunity to advance educational research and pedagogies as a medium for healing.  

Hosted virtually, our comprehensive three-day schedule features 50+ interactive sessions, two keynotes, digital poster presentations and an in-person pre-conference session hosted in partnership with the University of Calgary Office of Indigenous Engagement. 

 Learn from leading Indigenous scholars and Elders:   

Pre-Conference | May 1 , 2022 | In-person    

 Offered in partnership with the Office of Indigenous Engagement, the pre-conference will explore how we can model ethical spaces and parallel processes on our path to truth, reconciliation and healing.  

Elders Reg and Rose Crowshoe, prominent cultural and spiritual leaders, Piikuni First Nation in Alberta, and Dr. Michael Hart, PhD, vice-provost (Indigenous engagement), University of Calgary and citizen of Fisher River Cree Nation in Manitoba. 

Conference Day 1 Keynote | May 2 | Online   

 Indigenous and Trans-Systemic Approaches Toward Decolonizing the Academy 

Dr. Marie Battiste, EdD, Special Advisor, Cape Breton University and Professor Emerita, University of Saskatchewan  

 Conference Day 2 Keynote | May 3 | Online   

 okinohmakē, kēntasowin: Teaching and Learning Through Indigenous Knowledge Systems 

Dr. Jacqueline Ottmann, PhD, President, First Nations University of Canada     

Early bird pricing is in effect until Friday, March 25, 2022. Click here to learn more and register

Warm regards on behalf of the Conference on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching Planning Committee
ticonf@ucalgary.ca 

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