Join us for an overview on community engagement with Indigenous communities. We will provide an overview of what community engagement is and what is considered Indigenous research.
Community cultural protocols, ethics guidelines and the need for collaborative research to support building capacity will be among some of the topics discussed in this interactive series by the Indigenous Research Support Team.
When: Tuesday, June 13, 2023, 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. MT, online
This webinar is open to students, faculty, staff, postdocs and community members.
About the Speaker
Aylin Arzola Salazar
Research Coordinator, UCalgary Indigenous Research Support Team
Aylin is a first-generation settler from Mexico, she offers advanced support for Indigenous research projects, and coordination for Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars on internal and external processes.
Research Coordinator, UCalgary Indigenous Research Support Team.
Cheyanne is an Indigenous woman with roots from Tanana, Alaska, Northern Tuchone, Yukon, Sahtu, Fort-MacPhearson, NWT and Cree-Metis Fort Chipewyan, AB. Cheyanne offers administrative support and coordination to Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars across the university with matters related to research.
The Indigenous Research Support Team (IRST) was launched within Research Services to better support and strengthen Indigenous-related research capacity at the University of Calgary. The intention of the support team is to strengthen and identify existing resources for Indigenous communities and stakeholders, university researchers, and further partners to promote collaborative, reciprocal, and culturally responsive research. IRST serves to provide the opportunity for Indigenous communities to connect with a research body that can help to facilitate and identify the endeavours they would like to explore. IRST will be the point of contact for all university researchers doing any work within the broader Indigenous landscape, including with Indigenous communities and on Indigenous lands.