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Dr. Marc Spooner enjoying the evening festivities at the QI cookout BBQ.


ong Service awards for 2010


Summer 2011


Front (left to right): Kristina Lee (20 yrs), Ron Farnel (10 yrs), Heather Ryan (10 yrs) Back (left to right): James McNinch (Dean), Tanya Elliot (10 yrs), donna patterson (20 yrs), Rod Dol- mage (15 yrs) Missing: Karen Lind (20 yrs), Juanita Modeland (25 yrs). Photo Credit: Trevor Hopkins


International Qualitative Inquiry Congress


In May 2011, a small group from the Faculty of Education (U of R), FNUC, File Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council, and the University of Concordia travelled to the 7th International Qualitative Inquiry Congress in Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, to present papers on two plenary panels. The panels, chaired by Patrick Lewis, were entitled: “Okana ka-asateki: The view from out here,” Part I and Part II.


Presentations were made by JoLee Blackbear, Douglas Brown,


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Carol Fulton, Patrick Lewis, Karen Lind, Val Mulholland, Heather Ritenburg, and Marc Spooner with Linda Goulet, Jo-Ann Episkenew, Karen Schmidt and Mark Dieter in absentia.


Note: Okana ka-asateki is a Cree word which refers to the area where a large pile of bison bones used to rest near the present day Wascana Lake in Regina, Saskatchewan. When the first Europeans arrived, they named the burgeoning settlement, Pile- O-Bones.


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