Indigenous People and the History of UTM

An Engaging Faculty Event* 

Date: Thursday, Feb. 27
Time: 4-7 p.m.
Meet at MN 3180 

Space is limited! Register now!

Indigenous People and the History of UTM

Date: Thursday, Feb. 27
Time: 4-7 p.m.
Meet at MN 3180 

A partnership between Engaging Faculty Events and Indigenous Initiatives.

Learn more about UTM and its history with the Indigenous people of this land while getting to know faculty outside of the classroom. Learn alongside faculty members Jed Kuhn (Historical Studies) and Sherry Fukuzawa (Anthropology) and engage in an interactive discussion. Snacks will be provided and participants will receive CCR recognition.

*Engaging Faculty Events are facilitated on-campus experiences meant to provide you with a unique connection to the UTM community while giving you the opportunity to connect with faculty outside the classroom.

Students from all disciplines are welcome! 

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