Scholars in Calgary, Odanak and Edmundston have recently spearheaded research projects on the revitalization of Indigenous languages. But where do universities fit in, and how should they be contributing?
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The ‘garden of the gulf’ has been grappling with a number of tumultuous issues in higher education, most of which involve its sole university.
The guide states, ‘it is only through long term, meaningful connections that you can understand and centre Indigenous needs, perspectives, and knowledge.’
‘We’ve all put a lot of heart and soul into [the program] so it’s really nice to see it succeeding,’ says program chair.
With the integrity of the international student system under fire, what can universities do?
Recognizing other forms of scholarly communication can provide more creative ways to generate and mobilize knowledge.
Things are progressing, but there is still work to be done.
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The new position is intended to support the university’s efforts to adopt a progressive approach to machine learning and explore the capabilities of artificial intelligence.
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