Weweni Indigenous Scholars Series featured Dr. Amie Wolf

Kevin Lamoureux, Dr Amie Wolf, Dr. Annette Trimbee

Kevin Lamoureux, Dr. Amie Wolf, Dr. Annette Trimbee

Real Reconciliation Starts with Fair Economics – with Dr. Amie Wolf

Exploring the Imperative for Indigenous Required Courses at Post-Secondary Business Schools in Canada

Since 2015, Dr. Amie Wolf, Adjunct Professor, has worked with faculty to Indigenize curriculum at the University of British Columbia Sauder School of Business. Dr. Wolf explained why a mandatory course and a First Nations Business Division is necessary at all post-secondary business schools in Canada for real reconciliation to occur: fairness at the economic level. Her lecture was held on October 12 in Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall.

About Dr. Amie Wolf

Dr. Wolf is an Adjunct Professor and Instructor at the University of British Columbia, Sauder School of Business. She teaches Business Writing to third year Commerce students and

guest lectures on First Nations across departments, working with faculty to Indigenize business curriculum. Dr. Wolf holds a Doctorate of Philosophy Degree from the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University and is a BCTF (British Columbia Teachers’ Federation) licensed teacher. She is also the founder of Stakaya Educational Consulting – A Truer Understanding, teaching post-secondary instructors how First Nations protocol can be applied in the classroom.

The Weweni Indigenous Scholars Series continues throughout the academic year. Watch for lectures on the following dates:

Nov. 9

Dec. 6 (a Tuesday)

Jan. 11

Feb. 8

March 8

April 12

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Diane Poulin, Senior Communications Specialist, The University of Winnipeg

P: 204.988.7135, E: d.poulin@uwinnipeg.ca








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