SAGE (Supporting Aboriginal Education Enhancement) Open House

Join SAGE at First Nations House as we start out the new year with new graduate student programming! Help us welcome our new SAGE coordinator, Kristen Daigle, as we host an OPEN HOUSE luncheon to feast, network, share resources, and gather your needs, interests and thoughts for SAGE programming in 2024. As a special bonus, we will have our Coordinator of Academic Support, June Viglatzis, on hand to answer your questions about how to access funding for graduate students.

Please note this event is open to Indigenous students from Turtle Island (First Nations, Inuit, and Métis) including all second entry students in the faculties of medicine, law, dentistry and education.

What: Luncheon and Visa gift card raffle for Indigenous Graduate Students, hosted by SAGE
Where: First Nations House Lounge, 3rd Floor, North Borden Building
563 Spadina Avenue, University of Toronto, St. George Campus
When: January 23, 12-1:30 pm
Who: Led by Kristen Daigle, SAGE Coordinator, and June Viglatzis, Coordinator of Academic Support

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SAGE (Supporting Aboriginal Education Enhancement) is a student driven initiative that focuses on enhancing the academic experiences of Indigenous graduate students at the University of Toronto. Ultimately, SAGE works to support the successful attraction, retention, and completion of Indigenous scholars.

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