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Alex Freedman

@AlexFreedman40

Feb 14
⁦@LaurentianU⁩ President ⁦@PierreZundel⁩ ensuring that as we announce investments in our students that we also recognize the #reddress campaign. #MMIWG #imagine2023 https://t.co/NJstvLrYbe
Outcomes
1

The North inspires us

We will enhance our relationships with municipalities, agencies, organizations, First Nations, and Indigenous communities, with a coordinated approach to creating beneficial initiatives for the North.

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3

The North inspires us

We will incorporate a holistic approach to wellness in our everyday practices as we embrace the beautiful natural environment that our campus offers, informed by the Okanagan Charter: An International Charter for Health Promoting Universities and Colleges (2015).

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8

Student success is our success

Laurentian students will become more familiar with Indigenous ways of being and principles of reconciliation through various aspects of campus culture.

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11

Student success is our success

Laurentian students will benefit from enhanced services and infrastructure that support writing and information literacy, advising, academic planning, administrative services, and progress tracking.

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14

Teaching and learning define us

We will be a national leader in Indigenous education because of expanded Indigenous curriculum offerings across all faculties.

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15

Teaching and learning define us

We will demonstrate support for our vibrant high‐quality accredited programs by providing the appropriate resources to meet external accreditation requirements.

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20

Curiosity drives our research

We will be leaders in sustainable community development because of our contributions to social innovation and policy research.

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21

Relationships are our priority

We support the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action and will respond by creating a task force to identify priority actions, beginning by offering cultural safety training and opportunities to learn the Anishnaabemowin language to faculty, staff, and students.

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23

Relationships are our priority

We will ensure that appropriate resources are in place to promote and foster inclusion, acceptance, and respect for the diversity that exists within our campus community.

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24

Relationships are our priority

We will recognize staff and faculty for their local, national, and international contributions and accomplishments, resulting in increased employee engagement.

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25

Relationships are our priority

We will work with alumni and donors to create opportunities for mutual benefit that enhance the student experience.

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Strengths
Indigeneity:

Laurentian University is committed to reconciliation.

Well-being:

Laurentian University excels in education and research on health and well‐being.

Interdisciplinarity:

Laurentian University promotes collaboration through interdisciplinary programs and research.

Mining and Environmental Sustainability:

Laurentian University is a world leader in mining education and research, and is internationally acclaimed for environmental remediation work.

Local impact
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