Research on Indigenous topics by Indigenous faculty, students and other experts occurs in many places at UBC Vancouver, in the arts, humanities, and social sciences, in education, law, and medicine, in natural resources, engineering, the sciences, and health disciplines.
As further research is undertaken, additional stories and other developments will be added to this section, which in turn will build an increasingly clear picture of the research being done across the University, and of the exciting new direction this is establishing.
Faculty research in Indigenous areas extends across the university and encompasses many approaches.
Learn about research projects developed in collaboration with Indigenous communities and organizations, constituting an especially important direction in community-based research.
At UBC, both graduate and undergraduate students complete research projects, often in direct collaboration with Indigenous communities and organizations.
Indigenous Research Support Initiative
The Indigenous Research Support Initiative works to enable collaborative research with Indigenous communities, university researchers and other partners.
Xwi7xwa Library / UBC Library
Located next to the Longhouse, the Xwi7xwa Library is the only dedicated Aboriginal branch of a university library in Canada.