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Students and Community Engagement
Centre for Indigenous Support and Community Engagement
The Centre supports students, staff and faculty at Carleton by providing culturally safe spaces for dialogue and learning.
Awards for Indigenous Students
Several internal awards for Indigenous students are listed on Carleton’s Awards and Financial Aid website.
Located in 228 Paterson Hall, the Ojigkwanong Centre provides a space for Indigenous students to connect with other students, staff and elders.
Teaching, Learning and Research
Office of the AVP (Indigenous Teaching, Learning and Research)
This office supports Indigenous faculty, develops Indigenous pedagogical tools and guides research initiatives, including the Ānako Indigenous Research Institute.
Ānako Indigenous Research Institute
The Ānako Indigenous Research Institute brings together researchers, students, and Indigenous communities to foster respectful research with Indigenous Peoples.
Indigenous Learning Bundles
The bundles provide the necessary factual and theoretical basis for understanding Indigenous history in relation to your area of study.
News and Stories
Monday, May 1, 2023
Carleton Professor Awarded Canada’s Top Post-Secondary Teaching Award
Wednesday, March 29, 2023
Summer Registration for Kinàmàgawin Indigenous Learning Certificate
You can now register for the summer cohort for the Kinàmàgawin Indigenous Learning Certificate. Over the summer, we will have one cohort available to students, staff and faculty. Within... More
You can now register for the summer cohort for the Kinàmàgawin Indigenous Learning Certificate. Over the summer, we will have one cohort available to students, staff and faculty. Within the series, four sessions will discuss: Anti-Indigenous racism in Canada, Institutional anti-Indigenous racism and education, Indigenous student experiences and the Centre... More
Thursday, March 16, 2023
Basket Weaving: Incorporating Decolonial Skillshare in Pedagogy
For Prof. Andrés C. López (he/they), incorporating basket weaving into pedagogy is a tool for decolonizing the classroom and challenging colonial academic ways of knowing. Prof.... More
For Prof. Andrés C. López (he/they), incorporating basket weaving into pedagogy is a tool for decolonizing the classroom and challenging colonial academic ways of knowing. Prof. López is an associate professor in the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies at Carleton. Last term, he guided a cohort of graduate students through the skillsharing... More
The establishment of this website responds to Call 3 of the Kinàmàgawin report, which states a need for “the development of a digital Indigenous hub where information on all Indigenous services, events and programs on campus can be easily accessed.”