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Professor Dr. Paula Du Hamel Yellow Horn

 

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BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Professor Dr. Paula Du Hamel Yellow Horn, B.A. (Cum Laude), B.Ed. (Cum Laude), M.A., Ed.D.

Professor Dr. Paula Du Hamel Yellow Horn is an educator and Senior Fellow of New Westminster College. She earned a B.A. in English, Sociology and Anthropology in 1996 from Carleton University; a B.A. Triple Major with High Honours in English, Anthropology and Sociology in 1998 from Carleton University; a B.Ed. with Cum Laude honours in Education in 1998 from the University of Ottawa; a M.A. in Canadian Studies in 2000 from Carleton University; and a Ed.D with Cum Laude honours in Education and Indigenous Peoples in 2009 from Charles Stuart University. Professor Yellow Horn has language proficiency in English, French and Italian, and elementary proficiency in German, Mohawk, Ojibway, Blackfoot and Cree.

Professor Yellow Horn has an outstanding record of ethical leadership and is the Ontario Ambassador for the “From Stilettos to Moccasins” Project under the University of Saskatchewan, Canadian Centre for Substance Abuse, Canadian Institute of Health Research, and the National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation in public education of Native Women’s healing journeys from addictions. Her other professional experience includes:

  • May 2012 – Present: Full Time Adjunct Professor, Trent University
  • April 2011 – Present: Adjunct Professor, First Nations House, James Bay Cree, University of Quebec Abitibi Temiscamingue
  • July 2010 – Present: Adjunct Professor, Queen’s University
  • January 2010 – Present: Adjunct Professor, Saint Paul University
  • January 2007 – Present: Adjunct Professor and Supervisor, School of Social Work and Graduate Studies, Carleton University
  • January 2007 – Present: Minomenee, Carleton University
  • September 1999 – Present: Consultant at Governments, NGO’s and Private Organizations
  • September 1999 – Present: Owner, Mosquito Point
  • September 1975 – June 2006: Contemporary Dancer, Choreographer at Les Ballets Jazz de Montreal, Ottawa Dance Theatre, National Ballet, Sydney Festival Ballet

Professor Yellow Horn’s publications include:

  • Du Hamel Yellow Horn, Paula. (2009). Education for Resiliency: An Examination of Risks in a Native American Youth Environment. Pp. 257 British Mark. NSW, Australia; Ontario Canada: Charles Stuart University, & Mosquito Point, Ontario. Authors: Dr. Paula Du Hamel Yellow Horn. ISBN: 978-0-9812984-0-5.
  • Du Hamel Yellow Horn, Paula. (2007) Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission – World Truth and Reconciliation Commissions. VOLUMES 1–9: Volumes 1-9, 2007, approximately pp.5500. Published by the Minister of Supply and Services, PWSGC. September 2007. Authors: Dr. Paula Du Hamel Yellow Horn.
  • Du Hamel Yellow Horn, Paula. (1999). Global Enhancement, Moving Towards An Environmentally Sympathetic World Structure: A Strategy To Support Environmental Consciousness in Globalization. Published: Carleton University, School of Canadian Studies and Internationally by The Global Community on Sustainable Development. December 1999. Authors: Dr. Paula Du Hamel Yellow Horn.
  • Du Hamel Yellow Horn, Paula. (2010). Economic Development Based on Reconciliation. Report and Evaluation June 21-23, 2010 and CANDO August 2010. Authors: Dr. Paula Du Hamel Yellow Horn. Published August 2010, pp.110. ISBN 978-0-9812984-2-9.
  • NWAC CR-GAP Native American Paradigm. NWAC June 11, 2012. Authors: Dr. Paula Du Hamel Yellow Horn.

Professor Yellow Horn’s honours and awards include:

  • Senior Fellow of New Westminster College
  • Eagle Feather Education Award in 1996, 1998 and 2009 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  • Eagle Feather West Wind Education Awarded by Blackfoot Kainai Peoples Secondary Education in 2005 in Alberta.
  • Over 375 Championship Trophies won in Baton and Twirling from 1970 to 1974
  • Downhill Skiing Awards GS 1st Place, Super G 1st Place, Slalom 2nd Place, Quebec Provincial Master’s in 1993

As a Senior Fellow of New Westminster College, Professor Dr. Paula Du Hamel Yellow Horn is dedicated to supporting the highest standards of academic excellence and is committed to the advancement of New Westminster College and its Global Network of Fellows.