Bioneers 2024 Conference

Marlowe Sam

Adjunct Professor in Indigenous Studies | UBC Okanagan

Marlowe Sam

Marlowe Sam (sc̓waʔnytəm), Ph.D., a Wenatchi/Lakes descendant from the Colville Confederated Tribes of Washington State (CCT), is an adjunct professor in Indigenous Studies at UBC Okanagan, a lecturer in the En’owkin Center/Selkirk College Syilx Studies Program, and an expert on Indigenous water rights in Canada as well as in traditional Syilx governance. He is also a traditional harvester and hunter who mentors his grandchildren, seeking to pass on Syilx ways on the land.

Panel Presentations:

Indigenous Forum – Listening to Wisdom Keepers

March 29th | 3:00 pm to 4:15 pm

Youth Leadership Program – Community of Mentors with Marlowe Sam 

March 30th | 3:00 pm to 4:15 pm