Taylor, Meika, & Justin Wiebe. “Learning Inuk Nu’at’en with Lake Babine Nation: Indigenous Community Planning in Action,” School of Community and Regional Planning NewsBytes 14, no. 2 (March 2015): 9-10.
Graduate Fellowship (2013, 2014); Belcourt Brosseau Métis Award (2013); Indspire Scholarship (2013, 2014); Go Global Group Study Programs Award (2014)
Introduction to Planning Theory and History (PLAN 502) Cross-Cultural Planning (PLAN 538) Negotiation, Facilitation and Mediation: Principles and Practices (PLAN 595) Omnibus: Becoming a Good Sustainability Planning Practitioner (PLAN 540A) The Legal Context of Planning (PLAN 506) Qualitative Methods: Data for Planining Practice (PLAN 515) Indigenous Community Planning (PLAN 548P) Theorizing Indigenous Politics (POLI 449B) Philippine Planning Field Studio Course: Local Climate Change Action Planning in Angat River Basin Municipalities (PLAN 545) Urban Food Systems Policy and Planning (PLAN 548Z) Research Design and Quantitative Data Collection (PLAN 548E) Indigenous Community Planning Field Studio (PLAN 548T) Introductory Quantitative Data Analysis (PLAN 548G) Quantitative Tools for Planners (PLAN 548I) Digital Video for Planners - Storytelling and Editing (PLAN 548S) Digital Video for Planners - Camera Operation (PLAN 548R) Aboriginal Law (PLAN 548Q) Sustainability, Planning & Governance - Approaches to Whole Region Change (PLAN 548F) Strategic Planning for Sustainable Community Economic Development (PLAN 503)