“Indigenous Data Sovereignty in the Age of Big Data” – Feb. 10

Global leader in Indigenous research visiting Memorial this month

In early February, Dr. Maggie Walter will be visiting Memorial to learn how we engage with Indigenous communities and deliver a special lecture, “Indigenous Data Sovereignty in the Age of Big Data”.

Dr. Walter is a leading international Indigenous expert and the inaugural pro vice-chancellor of Aboriginal research and leadership at the University of Tasmania.

During her visit, Dr. Walter is delivering a talk titled Indigenous Data Sovereignty in the Age of Big Data as part of the Department of Sociology’s Speaker Series.

Dr. Walter’s lecture takes place on Monday, Feb. 10, at 2:30 p.m. in C-4036 in the Chemistry-Physics building on the St. John’s campus. Everyone is invited to attend. A reception will follow in SN-4022, in the Science building.

A leading international Indigenous expert is “keenly” interested in learning how Memorial engages with Indigenous communities.

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