This section provides a list of self-identified Indigenous faculty members at the Vancouver campus, as well as information on faculty and staff housing and childcare options. It also includes Indigenous-focused professional development resources for all UBC employees.
Below are some interesting and inspiring stories involving UBCV faculty engaged in an Indigenous-related area.
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UBC Farm’s Indigenous Garden selected for Canada’s Garden Hall of Fame
Gardens Canada has selected the Indigenous Health Research and Education Garden — xʷc̓ic̓əsəm Garden — at the UBC Farm to Canada’s Garden Hall of Fame, as part of the 2000-2022 class. The Indigenous Garden, led Dr. Eduardo Jovel, who is currently the interim director of the First Nations House of Learning until June 30, 2022, […]
New resource curates Indigenous professional development opportunities
Introducing a new resource for UBC faculty and staff searching for Indigenous-focused professional development opportunities. The Indigenous Portal features a new page that gathers facilitated and self-directed learning opportunities to create a clear foundation for individuals at the university to begin walking along the path towards action. Launched in consultation with HR, CTLT, and the […]
Dr. Eduardo Jovel appointed interim Director of the First Nations House of Learning
The following message was originally issued by Prof. Andrew Szeri, Provost and Vice-President, Academic, UBC Vancouver. Dr. Eduardo Jovel has been appointed as the Interim Director of the First Nations House of Learning, effective December 1, 2021. He joins FNHL at this time while Dr. Margaret Moss, Associate Professor, UBC School of Nursing, and Director, […]