NAIITS’ academic degrees offer open-ended opportunities for First Nations, Metis, Inuit and others of Indigenous ancestry to be part of a flexible program of learning.
NAIITS symposiums are themselves learning communities, unique in their blend of academic and practitioner teaching.
Providing resources to the members of our learning community for personal and community growth is the goal of the NAIITS store.
NAIITS has carefully selected partners who are clearly Jesus-focused in their worldview and mission, and who respect Indigenous leadership.
We invite you to participate with Indigenous leaders from around the world and become part of a diverse group of highly dedicated visionaries.
Our Tribute and Thanks
Following an extended struggle with cancer, Cornelius Buller, our good friend, colleague, and the sole non-Indigenous cofounder of NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community, journeyed from this side of life to the next. Early Sunday morning July 19, Cornelius walked on into eternity, there to be with the saviour he longed to see, and for whom he had laboured so many years.
The services of commemoration and celebration for Cornelius Arthur Buller, held on July 24th, 2020, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, can be viewed using the link below.
In accordance with Cornelius’ wishes and with the family’s blessing, we invite gifts toward the ongoing work of NAIITS in memory of Cornelius.
NAIITS Journal Volume 15 Published!
NAIITS is pleased to announce the publication of volume 15 of the NAIITS Journal, a collection of papers from the 2017 symposium which took place at Portland Seminary.
17th Annual Symposium
Thank you to everyone that made our first Virtual Symposium a great success!!!
Please check back for more information on what's coming next!
NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community 17th Annual Symposium
June 4 - 6, 2020
“Spirituality of Wellness in Community”
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Why Would a Good Southern African-American Christian Study Under Indians?
(April 21, 2015)
A campaign is to be held Wednesday, June 5, 2019 at Wycliffe College at the University of Toronto, with co-chairs for the that evening to include former Grand Chief of Alberta, Joe Dion, a member of the IP board, and two members of the wider Christian business and financial community to be named shortly.