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Celebrating 5 years of ASAP

Posted in Students & Campus Life, Indigenous
May 17, 2017

Students at the Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre

Celebrating five years of ASAP
Kristina Bidwell, Associate Dean of Aboriginal Affairs for the College of Arts & Science, is pleased to invite faculty, staff and students to celebrate the successes of our Aboriginal Student Achievement Program (ASAP) as it nears the end of its fifth year. The occasion will be marked by the release of a comprehensive report and an announcement related to Aboriginal student access to the sciences.

When: Wednesday, May 17, 2017, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Where: Gordon Oakes-Red Bear Student Centre
For information, please contact Vicki Mowat at vicki.mowat@usask.ca.

 

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