Indigenous Achievement Week 2018

Celebrating the successes of Indigenous students from the College of Education.

Jacob Genaille-Dustyhorn shares what he’s learned with other College of Education students.

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The festivities include artistic performances, speakers’ panels and lectures in various locations across campus. 

Each year, there is an awards ceremony to honour Indigenous students and to recognize their academic accomplishments, leadership, research endeavours or community volunteerism.

One of the award winners this year is Jacob Genaille-Dustyhorn — a second-year student in the College of Education — who is receiving an award for his community involvement.

Check out the full story here.

T.J. Warren’s successes are firmly planted in his Diné roots.

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The festivities include artistic performances, speakers’ panels and lectures in various locations across campus.

Each year, there is an awards ceremony to honour Indigenous students and to recognize their academic accomplishments, leadership, research endeavours or community volunteerism.

One of the award winners this year is T.J. Warren—a student in the College of Education—who is receiving an award for his exemplary leadership.

Check out the full story here.

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