Following my Vancouver, B.C. adventures in the Spring, I have been accepted into the 12th International Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations Conference, also being held in Vancouver this Summer. Unfortunately (but not unfortunately), I was also accepted into a professional development opportunity that will greatly benefit me for my dissertation during this same time. This is solved by being a “virtual” presenter, sharing my paper for the conference, but unable to attend and visit again my neighbors to the north.
The First Nations and Indigenous Peoples stream looked especially rich and I am glad to have the opportunity to learn about the authors and work happening all over the world!
My conference entry, “Federal unenrollment impacts on scholar careers: A study on indigneous identity in academia” is linked here: