Natahnee Winder

Assistant Professor - Public Policy and First Nations Studies

Natahnee Winder

Assistant Professor - Public Policy and First Nations Studies

Bio

Natahnee Winder isTsaidüka (Duckwater Shoshone), Diné, Cui Ui Ticutta (Pyramid Lake Paiute) and Nuucic (Southern Ute). She holds two Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with a concentration in Social Welfare and Native American Studies with an emphasis on Nation Building and Leadership from the University of New Mexico. She was a Ronald E. McNair and Research Opportunity Program scholar while she completed her B.A at the University of New Mexico. Natahnee was the 2015-2016 Henry Roe Cloud Fellow at Yale University.

She is currently working on her PhD in Sociology at the University of Western Ontario. Her dissertation is a comparative analysis of the residential school history of Canada and the United States based on the perspectives of Indigenous university students using photo-voice.

Courses

PLCY 808 Advanced Policy Issues I (Capstone)
PLCY 809 Advanced Policy Issues II (Capstone)
PLCY 821 Indigenous Policy