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Renison University College offers first Indigenous language course at UWaterloo

This fall, Renison University College is offering the University of Waterloo’s first Indigenous language course, Introduction to Kanien’kéha (Mohawk Language). Offered through Renison’s Culture and Language Studies department, in collaboration with the Waterloo Aboriginal Education Centre (WAEC) at St. Paul’s University College, ARTS 190 is intended for University of Waterloo students in any Faculty or discipline with minimal to no knowledge of Kanien’kéha.

Renison University College at UWaterloo has long been a provider of language education, including degree-level East Asian languages since the 1980s and, more recently, Arabic. The college is well-positioned to add the Mohawk language to its course offerings, according to Kofi Campbell, academic dean of Renison.



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