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Laurier's Office of Aboriginal Initiatives welcomes new professor to the Waterloo campus Laurier's Office of Aboriginal Initiatives welcomes new professor to the Waterloo campus
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Two Row Times: Adam Beach receives honorary doctorate
(Headline - Jun 19)
Representatives from Laurier Journey North on the 2nd Annual Indigenous Journey
(Headline - May 26)
 Waterloo Lutheran Seminary to host discussion on Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission Waterloo Lutheran Seminary to host discussion on Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission
(Campus Update - May 16)
CBC features MSW AFS students Lila Bruyere and Shawn Johnston
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Spy Dénommé-Welch, Faculty of Education Spy Dénommé-Welch, Ph.D.,is a multidisciplinary scholar and artist of Algonquin/ Anishnaabe descent. He has several research interests, including Indigenous education and methodologies, arts-informed research methods, and Indigenous representations in music, video, and theatre. Recently, he wrote, co-composed and co-produced the Dora-nominated opera, Giiwedin, which premiered at Theatre Passe-Muraille in a Native Earth Performing Arts and An Indie(n) Rights Reserve co-production. He is currently developing a new opera work with support from the TAC and OAC.

Spy Dénommé-Welch
Aboriginal Education Consultant,
Faculty of Education