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Important Notice - World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education
July 13, 2017
Individual day passes for WIPCE are now reduced to $250.00.
International celebration of Indigenous culture coming to Six Nations
OHSWEKEN, ON –July 10, 2017 – On July 24, close to 3,000 Indigenous educators will gather at Chiefswood Park in Six Nations to celebrate the opening ceremon
Who is this child named WIPCE?
Who is this child named WIPCE (pronounced wip-see)? It is the coming together of the youth, youthless (inbetweens)and Elders of the world’s indigenous peoples, according to its founder, Dr. Verna J. Kirkness.
World indigenous conference shines spotlight on Six Nations
April 14, 2015
Six Nations Polytechnic is co-hosting a major international conference expected to draw thousands of indigenous people from Canada and around the world in 2017.
CKUT 90.3 FM Radio Interview with Stevie Jonathan, WIPCE Administrative Assistant
Stevie Jonathan (Mohawk, Wolf Clan - Six Nations of the Grand River territory) speaks about the World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education, which will take place in Toronto, July 24 - 28, 2017.
Becoming Researchers: Summer Institute in Indigenous Research
The primary goals of the Summer Institute are to support scholarship that enables Indigenous self-determination and to explore and participate in research activities that reflect Haudenosaunee ways
SNP President Rebecca Jamieson Receives Honorary Degree
On Tuesday, June 6, at 2:30 p.m.
Six Nations Polytechnic Celebrates Inaugural Convocation of Language Degree
June 7th 2017 marked a milestone in the history of Six Nations Polytechnic (SNP) with the first ever convocation of students from the Bachelor of Arts in Ogwehoweh Languages program.
Six Nations Polytechnic welcomes new funding for Indigenous education
SIX NATIONS - April 27, 2017 – Six Nations Polytechnic (SNP) is pleased to acknowled
Canada and Ontario Invest to Renew Infrastructure at Six Nations Polytechnic - $5 million investment will create jobs, expand research and foster innovation
Canadians will be better equipped for the well-paying middle-class jobs of today and tomorrow as a result of a $5 million investment in Six Nations Polytechnic.