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Can We Decolonize the Online Classroom by Attempting to Bridge Western and Indigenous Science?
Presented by: Audrey Aamodt (PhD Candidate, Faculty of Education, UofR), Tanya Dahms (Professor of Biochemistry, Dept of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Faculty of Science, UofR) and Fidji Gendron (FNUniv Associate Professor of Biology)
Thursday, October 1, 2015, noon - 1 pm