Category: Profiles

Profiles of graduates of the First Nations University of Canada from 1976 to present day

At the Heart of Teaching, is Culture

Violet Naytowhow says culture is the heart of teaching. As a child, growing up on the land in LaRonge, Saskatchewan, Violet learned a great deal about her culture, living off the…

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The Student Becomes the Teacher

Shannon Avison could have never guessed that when she enrolled in the Indian Communication Arts Program (INCA) she would one day lead the program. When Shannon became a tutor at the…

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Annie Charles: True Northern Girl

Annie Charles, a self-described ‘true northern girl’, began post-secondary education in film but ended up graduating from the Paul J. Hill School of Business after realizing she was destined to be…

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Inspired by the Next Generation

Elaine Thomas says it was her daughter that inspired her to get her Indian Social Work degree, because of her interest in working with children. So, Elaine accepted the challenge…

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