Job Posting: Assistant/Associate Professor (Tenure Track), Ingram School of Nursing, Indigenous Health

The Ingram School of Nursing of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences is seeking applications for a tenure-track position in the area of Indigenous Health. This tenure-track position is open for appointment to the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor.
Job duties:
The successful candidate will be expected to develop an independent research program  and to contribute to undergraduate and graduate teaching for our diverse student body.  The successful incumbent will also be expected to contribute to service activities within the School, the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, the University and the wider scholarly community. Examples include revising curricula to ensure inclusion of Indigenous ways of knowing and mentorship of faculty regarding optimal teaching and learning strategies regarding Indigenous Health for students.
Lived experience in Indigenous communities or with Indigenous populations in urban settings is expected. Candidates must demonstrate a commitment to – and in accordance with circumstances, a track record in – equity, diversity, and inclusiveness (EDI) in such contexts. In accordance with McGill’s responsibilities in relation to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, and in response to commitments made in McGill’s Task Force on Indigenous Studies and Indigenous Education preference will be given to candidates of Indigenous identity in filling these positions.
For more information and to learn more on how to apply, view the full job description here.

Tickets Available for Caroline Monnet Exhibition

Indigenous Staff, Faculty and Students are invited to visit Caroline Monnet’s exhibit at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, and free tickets are being offered. Due to some restrictions with COVID, rather than a group visit, there are two time slots remaining that individuals can sign up for:

Friday May 7th – 11am (1 spot remaining)

Friday May 7th – 3:45pm  (4 spots remaining)

These tickets are intended for those who are over the age of 21, as anyone under can access the museum and the exhibit for free. As well, these tickets also allow for visitors to access the permanent collection in addition to Caroline’s.

To reserve a spot, please email vanessa.racine2@mcgill.ca

 

Museum Protocol:

  • Visitors must arrive 10 minutes before time slot
  • There is no coat-check, so if you have a backpack you must wear it in front of you (not on your back).
  • Masks are mandatory, distancing is also mandatory when inside the exhibit

 

If there is a high demand to see the exhibit, additional dates can be made.

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