The University of Saskatchewan and the Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand have signed a five-year agreement that will see them partnering on a variety of mutually beneficial areas. The partnership places a key focus on enhancing the understanding of Indigenous values and beliefs through initiatives such as cultural learning experiences, study abroad opportunities, and more. It will also include endeavours such as exchanges and internships, new curricula, joint research projects, and academic programming development. “Our partnership with AUT will help us to illuminate the important goals that are central to our Indigenous Strategy,” said USask’s interim vice-provost, Indigenous engagement Dr Angela Jaime. “USask and AUT can inspire the world by achieving meaningful change with and for our university communities.” USask Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.