Ho-Chunk graduate students elevate Native voices in their studies

Four Ho-Chunk graduate students at the University of Wisconsin–Madison are working to elevate the voices and experiences of Native American people, and to make academic and cultural spaces more accessible and beneficial to the Ho-Chunk community.

All four are pursuing PhDs: Kendra Greendeer in art history; Molli Pauliot in anthropology: Brenda Owen in nursing; and Adrienne Thunder in (the School of Education’s) educational leadership and policy analysis. They reflected on their efforts in several recent interviews […]

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