We facilitate, promote, and support Indigenous research and scholarship through:
- Grant facilitation of large-scale and strategic applications supporting multi-partner research projects promoting Indigenous scholarship and/or engaging Indigenous community partners.
- Elevating the profile of Indigenous Faculty by promoting and supporting the development of key submissions to special calls for national research leadership.
- Strengthening and identifying existing resources for university researchers to promote and engage in collaborative and culturally responsive research with Indigenous communities and stakeholders.
USask Indigenous Research Workshop Series
Thank you for your interest in our workshop. We made the decision to postpone this event, as we seek to be sensitive and responsive to the voices of members of our community. Our intention is to reschedule the workshop in the near future.
USask Protocols and Process: Engaging with Indigenous Elders and Participants
This workshop was developed to inform researchers and help them navigate the practical logistics of working with Elders and Knowledge Keepers within the requirements of USask policy and in compliance with ethics:
- Cultural Protocols and Stewardship
- Payment Processes
- Ethical Considerations
Authentic Indigenous Engagement in Research: Wise and Leading Practices
This workshop was designed to provide the USask research community with a glimpse of Indigenous engagement on wise and leading practices in research and how to adopt these practices.
Workshop and discussion was led by the Office of the Vice-Provost Indigenous Engagement, Wîcihitowin, and our USask Research Faculty with their Indigenous community partners to discuss their experiences in Indigenous research.