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Dimensions in Diversity - Walking the Path to Indigenization with Stryker Calvez, PhD - Shared screen with speaker view
Valerie Korinek
33:10
Kim Novecosky
Sabrina
38:14
clapping
Suzanne Kresta
01:12:07
We are enjoying this Stryker.
Peter Hedley
01:28:28
It is genuinely funny.
Katie Labelle
01:37:57
Thanks so much Stryker!
Cheryl
01:38:04
thank you for the excellent presentation!
Erin Prosser-Loose
01:38:11
thank you Stryker! Wonderful presentation!
Merle Massie
01:38:17
Stryker, you help us all to learn so much. Thank you!
Swapna Padmanabha
01:38:22
Thank you Stryker
Kaylynn Iron
01:38:24
Thank you for the presentation Stryker
Peter Hedley
01:38:25
Could you comment about how sharing stories can lead us to empathy?
Erica Bird (she/her)
01:38:30
Thank you so much, Stryker!
Ken Coutu
01:38:31
Thank you Stryker, that was very interesting.
Amrinderbir Singh (he/ him)
01:38:31
Thank you so much!
Alec Aitken
01:38:32
Thank you for this informative presentation Stryker.
Tara Hackl
01:38:33
Thank you for this presentation, Stryker. I’m always inspired by your talks
Andrea Eccleston
01:38:36
Yes, thank you, I really enjoyed that! So helpful.
Vanessa Hyggen
01:38:37
Great presentation Stryker!
Pete G
01:38:41
THanks Stryker. Very good presentation
Tim
01:38:43
Thank you sincerely :)
sdgmer
01:38:51
Great presentation
Carlene Deutscher
01:38:52
Very good presentation! Thank you so much Stryker & team!
Suzanne Kresta
01:38:56
Can we take down the slides so that we can see faces?
Lana Elias
01:39:01
Thanks Stryker! Great presentation.
Lisa Broda
01:39:05
I have to go but Stryker thank you so much - it was a wonderful presentation and all very critical as we move forward together. Lisa
Moe Labelle (he/him/his)
01:39:09
I have a question!
Spencer Smit
01:39:15
This was great, thanks very much
Erin Barbour-Tuck
01:39:17
So nice to hear from you again. Always great.
Amber McCuaig
01:39:30
I echo all the comments - I really enjoyed this and learned a lot. I look forward to receiving the PowerPoint presentation!
Amanda Gannon
01:39:56
Thank you for the fantastic presentation :)
Swapna Padmanabha
01:39:56
Angela, will we be able to get a copy of the presentation, including chat transcript as I have to go?
hrk122
01:40:00
Thanks Stryker, you have left us with lots to think about.
Ingrid Pickering
01:40:02
Thankyou for your clarity and leadership Stryker.
jeffreyklassen
01:40:11
I found this presentation to be so informative, bringing a really thorough approach to such complex issues! I learned so much.
Erin Barbour-Tuck
01:40:16
How can we show grace and give space to people with those worldviews that do not show grace or give space to others?
Kathleen James-Cavan
01:40:24
Thank you, Striker!
Kevin Sawatzky
01:40:47
Thank you for a thoughtful afternoon.
Angela Jaime
01:40:48
Yes, the presentation will be available on the DID Canvas shell.
Pirita
01:40:49
Stryker, you always lead and speak with such clear focus, empathy and understanding. So insightful, so powerful and so important. Thank you for sharing your personal experiences as well.
Andrea Wasylow
01:41:00
Thank you Stryker! Watching this with my grade 6 kid so he learns too
Swapna Padmanabha
01:41:15
Thank you Angela and of course Stryker.
Donna van de Velde
01:41:24
What is the DID canvas shell? Do I need to request to be added to it?
Tracy Tryhuba, USask
01:41:39
Excellent presentation! Thank you Stryker for sharing these insights.
Erin Wolfson (she/her)
01:41:55
Thank you Stryker
Alec Aitken
01:42:08
We could benefit from more story-telling in our teaching spaces. Thank you for your observations on the value of storytelling.
Valerie Plummer
01:42:51
Can you share the invite for the next session?
Jenna Hunnef
01:42:56
Thanks so much for your presentation, Stryker; it’s great to see you again after so long. Do you have any suggestions for how to Indigenize our online/remote teaching, esp. when teaching asynchronously?
Suzanne Kresta
01:43:02
Stryker - you are awesome. ;=)
Shannon Cossette
01:43:02
I really like your explanation of stories, so very important.
Merle Massie
01:43:38
How can we move the storytelling aspect into the research sharing space? Reviewer #2 inevitably tells me, there are too many stories, what exactly do you want me to know/learn? I value storytelling for exactly what you said -- everyone brings to it, and gets from a story, what they need in that moment.
Deana
01:43:44
Always a pleasure to listen to. Thank you for your time to share with us today.
Suzanne Kresta
01:45:30
Question
Kathrina Mazurik
01:45:40
I really like the idea of role models for reconciliation. I was wondering if the U of S has existing structures/institutions (besides this series or Gwenna Moss) that make it possible to identify and learn from such role models. Also, have you seen any interesting ways of doing this at other institutions?
jeffreyklassen
01:46:04
If you do have the time to get to my question (probably not): how do we cultivate safety on campus and online? What does safety mean for Indigenous people? What is safety in the academic context?
Peter Hedley
01:46:58
Can you comment upon spiritual well-being in the context of our current discussions about mental health in the campus context?
Vanessa Hyggen
01:47:26
All sessions, and the canvas site can be found here: https://artsandscience.usask.ca/diversity/
Jenna Hunnef
01:47:52
Thanks for that wonderfully effective and concise response to a big question. Will follow up with you to chat more!
Alexis
01:50:22
Thank you Stryker. I always feel like more is possible after listening to you!
Merle Massie
01:50:25
How can we be added to the Canvas course? Access is denied...;)
Kathleen James-Cavan
01:52:57
Sorry I have to leave for another meeting. Thank you for your leadership, Stryker.
JL B
01:53:41
Thank you! Great talk! Have a good night!
Alec Aitken
01:54:12
Had a great contribution from a Metis student in my natural hazards about the "untapped" knowledge of traditional knowledge keepers regarding land management - she was replying to a question about natural hazard perception
Suzanne Kresta
01:55:04
I also have an example in geological engineering research where a conversation with elders led to a new hypothesis.
Suzanne Kresta
01:56:20
Buffalo pins are frequently visible at senior leaders meetings - including on line meetings where no indigenous people are present.
Kate Wilson
01:56:21
Thank you for this opportunity. So much to learn.
Alec Aitken
01:56:23
Thank you for the comments about invisible allies.
Sabrina
01:56:35
Just one of my favourite quotes from today, "the power of a question". Thank you so much Stryker. Thanks to all those who posed such great questions today.
Vanessa Hyggen
01:56:37
If you'd like to join the canvas site and are not in the College of Arts and Science please send me an email and I can add you, Vanessa.hyggen@usask.ca
Kathrina Mazurik
01:56:52
Thanks so much for the answer! That is so helpful
carla.zorn@usask.ca
01:57:39
Thank you Dr. Calvez, so very enlightening and humbling.
Julita Vassileva
01:58:09
Thanks for very inspiring talk.
Carla Orosz
01:59:19
thank you so much. We need to continue these important conversations.
Peter Hedley
01:59:33
Thanks, Stryker - as always!
Suzanne Kresta
02:00:06
I saw a peak at about 143 people today.
Jade
02:00:10
Thank you so much! Thought-provoking and insightful.
Martin Kohlberger (he/him)
02:00:16
Thanks so much Stryker! This was so insightful!
Pete G
02:00:21
Thanks again Stryker and Angela. I have to go now. I hope to see you soon.
Suzanne Kresta
02:00:22
Great session.
Jorden Cummings
02:00:32
Thank you Stryker! I always learn so much from you
Alec Aitken
02:00:37
Hiy Hiy Stryker!
Vicky Parohl
02:00:37
Thank you!
Katie Collins
02:00:41
Thank you!
Sheri McKinstry she/her
02:00:44
Thank you
Ella Ophir
02:00:45
Thank you!