December 6th, 2022 – Empowering Indigenous Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) Through Research with Christopher Horsethief

Join us for a discussion focusing on the impacts of removing Indigenous Subject Matter Experts for conversations of weight. Visual data will explore several federally funded research projects re-legitimizing Ktunaxa SMEs, and present best practices for empowering Indigenous community members to play more meaningful roles in ongoing research. 

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Date: Tuesday, December 6th, 2022 (PST)
Time: 10 a.m. to 11:30 am

About the Presenters:


Dr. Christopher Horsethief is a research professor and postdoctoral researcher focusing on health research policy and Indigenous community resilience. He has 28 years of experience researching Ktunaxa linguistic and cultural systems, including the impact of colonization and potential resilience through education. His instructional experience includes time with Antioch University’s and Union Institute & University’s doctoral programs, Gonzaga University’s MBA-AIE Program, and the Indigenous Scholar in Residence at College of the Rockies.



  • Chistopher Horsethief – website


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