Happy New Year!

From all members of the First Nations Studies Student Association, the Indigenous Studies Undergraduate Journal, and here at the blog, we hope your New Year is off to a great start, and we would love to share it with you! Check out some of the information below to see how to see how you can get involved.

2014 Student Leadership Conference

On January 11th, blog members Anna McKenzie and Matt Ward will be doing a highlighted project presentation at the 2014 Student Leadership Conference on their processes and experiences as contributing members to the Journal and Blog projects throughout the past year and offer their own advice and experiences when it comes to becoming student leaders. Be sure to register soon, as entry is limited! Register here!

FNSP Courses

Still looking for a course that will squeeze into your schedule? Look no further! Check out course descriptions of some very informative courses being offered by the First Nations Studies Program here at UBC! Space is limited so be sure to do so quickly here.

FNSSA Facebook Page

To keep up to date with upcoming events, meetings, and important conversations happening in and around the UBC and Vancouver community, be sure to like FNSSA’s Facebook page.

Blog Submissions Open (As Always)

As per usual, the blog is always accepting creative, academic, and intersectional approaches to Indigenous issues and we would love to hear from you! If you think you have some content that would look great on the website, just send us an email with your content attached and you could be featured! Send your work to  isujblogeditors@gmail.com. We look forward to seeing what you’ve been up to!

To conclude, we would like to wish you all the best in the upcoming second semester, and hope to see you around campus at one of our events! If you’d like more information on how to get involved, don’t hesitate to email us here on the blog, or contact us through our Facebook page!

Happy New Year!

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