Nationally, regionally, and internationally, Trent faculty, students and research are making headlines. Read on for a few of our most recent media stories.
Canada’s $2.8 Billion Settlement with Indigenous Day Scholars | The Conversation
Professor with the Chanie Wenjack School for Indigenous Studies, Dr. Jackson Pind, shares insight on the importance of Canada’s $2.8 billion settlement with Indigenous Day Scholars and the continued need for reconciliation in this article in The Conversation.
Recognizing the Diversity of Black Cultures in Canada | CBC Ontario Morning
Environmental and racial justice leader, Chúk Odenigbo, spoke with CBC about his time as Trent's 43rd Ashley Fellow, mentoring students and leading talks on the importance of acknowledging the diversity of Black communities and cultures in Canada.
How Does Canada Create a Future-Proof Labour Force | The Hill Times
The federal government recently lifted its 20-hour per week work restriction for international students to help address critical labour shortages and accelerate students’ entry into the workforce. Trent economist Dr. Byron Lew brings an alternative perspective on creating a more sustainable labour force.