Indigenous Research Support Team (IRST)
Keeta Gladue is an Indigenous futurist, scholar, and researcher. Cree and Métis, she approaches diversity, equity, and anti-racism from an Indigenous community-based perspective. Her research includes studies on the topics of Indigenous mental health, post-secondary education, and academic integrity.
Indigenous Research Advisor
Patricia Taylor is the Indigenous research advisor. Patricia taught with the Calgary Board of Education, the University of Calgary, and the Old Sun Blackfoot College. She completed her master’s degree at the University of Calgary. Working with First Nation students, along with her own Metis status, she understands the challenges faced by Indigenous communities and the value of culturally responsible research.
Research Coordinator (Health)
Cheyanne Lemaire is the research coordinator (health). Cheyanne is an Indigenous woman with roots from Tanana, Alaska, Northern Tuchone, Yukon, Sahtu, Fort-MacPhearson, NWT and Cree-Metis Fort Chipewyan, AB. Cheyanne has experience in the federal government within energy and economic development. She also holds a degree in anthropology and is looking forward to completing a master’s.
Research Coordinator (Non-Health)
Ethics and Process Specialist
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Indigenous Research Community of Practice (IRCoP)
IRCoP is for Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars to network, connect and create capacity within the University of Calgary campus.
Some of the topics to be discussed include mentorship, university policies and processes, and sharing of research projects and initiatives.
Meetings will be held on the last Thursday of every month at 12:00 p.m. MT.
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