Soup and Chat Research Presentations

A new discussion forum for the College of Education has been established called "Soup and Chat at Noon." These events occur during lunchtime and include soup and bread provided by the Education Graduate Students Association. Additional foods and drinks are always welcome! It remains a casual, collegial environment for sharing insights and experiences into issues related to education, ecological justice, and Indigenous education. The Soup & Chat at Noon is open to faculty, staff, and graduate students. This typically takes place every third week of the month on Thursdays in the third floor College of Education Lounge.

For more information feel free to contact any of the organizers below:
Karla Jessen Williamson: karla.jwilliamson@mail.usask.ca
Tim Molnar: tim.molnar@usask.ca
Rob Perry: robert.perry@usask.ca

Some Previous Presentations
As a courtesy to those who could not attend, or wish to hear these speakers again, we have provided the following videos.
Dr. Marie Battiste - November 21, 2013
Decolonizing Education and Nourishing the Learning Spirit
Dr. Geraldine Balzer - October 24, 2013
Polar Bears and Indoor Recess: Cultural Understandings from Canada's Arctic