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News & Events
In preparation for SKG expanding its language program with the goal of generating conversationally fluent and culturally competent speakers by the end of a 4-year program, we are seeking a driven individual with community connections to collaborate with SKG Faculty in the development of Anishinaabemowin curriculum and planning.
In addition, SKG in collaboration with other partners wish to explore feasibility of new Anishinabe Studies course development such as Huron-Robinson Treaty specific course, and a Metis History.
Algoma University’s Senate unanimously approved a proposal from Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig and the Department of Modern Languages to create a 3-year General Bachelor of Arts in Anishinaabe Studies on Friday, Dec. 4th.
The Shingwauk Education Trust has launched a research project to identify the need for Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe language) speakers across multiple economic sectors in Northern Ontario.