This ENRICH Indigenous Science Speaker Series provides an opportunity to hear from a range of Indigenous scholars and practitioners who work in diverse fields of genomic science, biology, data science, forestry, archaeology and health sciences, who will share their experiences of engaging in both Indigenous and scientific worlds. Some events will be in person and some others via Zoom.
The first speaker is Assistant Professor Stephanie Carroll (Ahtna) “Indigenous Peoples and Research: Learning from Tribal Needs” - Wednesday, October 13. 12.30-1.30pm, NYU.
The second Speaker is Suzanne Greenlaw (Maliseet) - "Wabanaki Plant-Gathering in Acadia National Park: Mobilizing Indigenous Knowledge to Restore Traditional Sweetgrass Harvesting'. Monday, November 1. 12.30-1.30pm, NYU.