Telling an Aboriginal story of MacEwan

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Telling an Aboriginal story of MacEwan

by ahnationtalk on June 19, 2015388 Views

Director of Aboriginal Education and Services brings her gift of storytelling to the university

In January, MacEwan University welcomed Dr. Judy Iseke into the role of director of Aboriginal Education and Services in the Aboriginal Education Centre. Within weeks of her arrival, Judy was reaching out to the community inside and outside MacEwan, and building new relationships.

“As director, my job is to connect all the different communities and networks and create opportunities,” she explains. “That includes helping to infuse Aboriginal content and knowledge across campus.”

One way she hopes to make those connections is through her passion for storytelling. “I want to tell an Aboriginal story about MacEwan,” she says. “I want to know where Aboriginal students find support. I want to know which programs and courses have Aboriginal students as well as Aboriginal content. I want to know where Aboriginal knowledge is located within our university.”

Read more: http://www.macewan.ca/wcm/MacEwanNews/AN_ABORIGINAL_STORY_OF_MACEWAN

 

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