Graduate peer mentors and their IMN-PN experience:

“What I found most rewarding about my experience was connecting with my peers and really learning more about where others believe the gaps are within Higher Education Institutions with respect to Indigenous students.”

“I truly had a wonderful time being a part of this organization! I look forward to seeing in the future how it continues to grow and expand as it continues to pave it’s way.”

“For me, research can not be divorced from community, Land/water and accountability to these relationships. I see my research on wellness and Indigenous governance- as a way to honour the voices and teachings of each person I learn from and hope to give back in the work I do. As a student and recipient of the IMN award- I feel supported and held in meaningful circles of support, trust and respect. I am so incredibly grateful and honoured to be a part of this community and feel a part of something much bigger than just me!”

“I was able to participate in community-based research in a fully relational way.”

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