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Turtle Island Indigenous Science Conference - Jun 14-16, 2022

Date: Jun 14 - 16, 2022
The “Indigenous Way of Knowing” is the Indigenous approach to understanding the five elements of the world: fire, water, earth, air, and spirit. Many North Americans, including Indigenous peoples, aren’t aware of the rich Indigenous scientific legacy and the value of the application of two-eyed seeing to modern science today. Through interactive sessions with world-renowned speakers, cross-pollination of ideas, approaches, and goals to raise the profile of Indigenous STEM science will be realized. Indigenous scientific accomplishments that rivaled those of the rest of the world will be explored among other topics.
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UM - CHERD - 3-Week Heads and Chairs

Get the foundational knowledge and skills to develop and enhance your academic leadership at the departmental level. Join department leaders from universities across Canada for an exceptional learning and networking opportunity.

This workshop will include six one-hour synchronous sessions plus approximately six additional unscheduled hours for self-study and reflection via UM Learn.

Date: Jun 6, 9, 13, 16, 20, 23
Time: 12:30 - 1:30 pm (CST)
Cost: $715 + GST
Location: Online
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UM - CHERD - One-Week Bootcamp for new department heads and chairs

Get the foundational knowledge and skills to develop and enhance your academic leadership at the departmental level. Join department leaders from universities across Canada for an exceptional learning and networking opportunity.

This workshop will include five one-hour synchronous sessions plus seven additional unscheduled hours for self-study and reflection via UM Learn

Date: Jun 20, 21, 22, 23, 24
Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm (CST)
Cost: $715 plus GST
Location: Online

Information & Registration

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Contact the Office of Leadership Education, RFHS with suggestions & feedback for this guide:
RadyLeadershipED@umanitoba.ca

The Office of Leadership Education is co-directed by;

Ming-Ka Chan, MD MHPE FRCPC

Shaundra Popowich, MD FRCSC MBA

Guide Purpose


The purpose of this guide is to provide resources for those interested in developing competencies and capabilities in health leadership. Curated for the health sciences learner at all levels, it aims to support those exploring leadership development at their own pace or teachers looking for additional resources to integrate. This guide was developed by members of the Office of Leadership Education, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences (RFHS), members of RFHS and in partnership with UM Library.

Resources listed here are not exhaustive and may change over time. We welcome feedback and suggestions by email.

Material posted to this page are organized by media;