- M.Ed. (Indigenous Knowledges and Pedagogies)
- MBA (Management Information Systems)
- B.Ed. (Business Education/Computer Science)
- BA (Sociology/Anthropology)
As a doctoral GTA/course instructor, Suke is teaching EPSE 311 and EPSE 310 in the Teacher Education Program at UBC (secondary focus), coordinated by Dr. Shawna Faber, Director of Undergraduate Programs.
Suke has been a faculty member at Douglas College, North Island College and Coquitlam College and is also an experienced high school teacher (SD43 Coquitlam). His very successful relationships with First Nation organizations led him into consulting and training administrators, teachers and band members throughout the 203 First Nations reserves in BC. By personally attending many of the communities, he quickly discovered serious issues affecting rural Aboriginal communities with the lack of high-tech infrastructure and limited educational resources. After experiencing the other side of the “last mile” or the “digital divide”, he decided to be an advocate by supporting and working with Aboriginal communities. At a wider scope, his research goes beyond fairness and equality by examining equity issues from the perspective of all Aboriginal, Native and Indigenous peoples.
Supervisors: Michael Marker and Cash Ahenakew (Educational Studies)