News archive - 2019

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

KI exhibit on residential schools moves to Woodland Cultural Centre

Mashkawizii is a KI student-designed exhibit that explores the terrible legacy of the Canadian residential school system and the struggles and resilience of those who continue to survive it.

The exhibit has been selected by the Woodland Cultural Centre at Six Nations to be remounted August 26  to November 21, 2019 to coincide with Survivor Day and Orange Shirt Day. 

Monday, May 20, 2019

KI grad wins prestigious Banting Fellowship

Trystan Goetz, BKI'12, has been awarded a Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship.

He’ll be working at Dalhousie University investigating the role of intellectual accountability in a world of fake news and extremism.

Read more at Government of Canada selects Dal PhDs and PostDocs for its most esteemed awards.

Friday, April 12, 2019

KI student innovates to increase access for children with complex needs

KI student Karissa Manning, Computer Science student Greg Maxin, and Justin Doyle, a social work graduate and advocate for accessibility created a software solution called RocketCare to optimize scheduling and appointment booking practices for therapeutic and support services for children and youth with a wide range of complex needs.

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

KI-X 2019 a great success!

The 2019 KI student-designed exhibition was a very meaningful learning experience.

Read a great summary in the news article "KIX 2019"