ICYMI Soup and Substance Spotlight: Being Aboriginal at Ryerson – Part 2

by ICYMI Institutional Diversity Spotlight | October 25, 2018 10:25 AM

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Being Aboriginal @ Ryerson – Part 2

The Ryerson Soup and Substance series is a noon hour moderated panel discussion, where participants enjoy a warm bowl of soup and refreshments, and engage panelists in an open conversation on a range of diversity related topics. This featured topic is: Being Aboriginal @ Ryerson – Part 2.  In “Being Aboriginal @ Ryerson Part 1” students, faculty and staff shared their experience of being Aboriginal at Ryerson UniversityPart 2 explores the importance of wholistic support frameworks and factors which impact the learning experience of the Aboriginal community at Ryerson.  Check out the video discussion…

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