• Tina Lanceleve
Undergraduate students
    • Nik­ki Fras­er, Bach­e­lor of Arts
    • Wenona John­ny
    • Wynona Cahoose
    • Kather­ine Bermiller
    • Levi Mason
Graduate Students
Rose Melnyk, Master of Nursing

Rose Mel­nyk is a proud mem­ber of  St’uxwtéws te Secwépemc and has resided in Secwepemcul’ecw her entire life. Rose has prac­ticed as a reg­is­tered nurse since 2008, and since 2015 has worked as an Abo­rig­i­nal Health Prac­tice Lead in Inte­ri­or Health. She is cur­rent­ly enrolled in the Mas­ter of Nurs­ing pro­gram at TRU and is pas­sion­ate about advanc­ing health equi­ty for Indige­nous per­sons, fam­i­lies, and communities.

Robline Davey, M. Ed.

Rob­line (Rob­bi) Dav­ey is cur­rent­ly a PhD stu­dent at SFU, com­plet­ed a Mas­ters of Edu­ca­tion in 2019 and works at TRU as the Indige­nous Expe­ri­en­tial Learn­ing Depart­ment. Robbi’s research inter­ests include explor­ing the way dis­tance learn­ing and dig­i­tal spaces can pro­vide increased access to post-sec­ondary edu­ca­tion for Indige­nous stu­dents. Oth­er research inter­ests include revi­tal­iz­ing cul­tur­al prac­tices, tra­di­tion­al food, and tech­nol­o­gy to bol­ster Indige­nous health and well-being as well as explor­ing Indige­nous inter­sec­tion­al fem­i­nist iden­ti­ties. Recent­ly Rob­bi worked on suc­cess­ful inter­dis­ci­pli­nary com­mu­ni­ty-dri­ven CIHR and SSHRC grant appli­ca­tions, was award­ed the Ken Lep­in Grad­u­ate Research Award (2018), British Colum­bia Grad­u­ate Schol­ar­ship (2019), and Dean’s Grad­u­ate Entrance Schol­ar­ship at SFU (2020).