Natahnee Winder

Assistant Professor - Public Policy and First Nations Studies

Natahnee Winder

Assistant Professor - Public Policy and First Nations Studies

Bio

Natahnee Winder isTsaid√ľka (Duckwater Shoshone), Din√©, 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