Nikki McDaid-Morgan

Nikki McDaid-Morgan

Nikki McDaid-Morgan

Awards/Honors

  • 2019 - Center for Native American and Indigenous Research Fellowship
  • 2007 - Gates Millennium Scholarship

Research/Scholarship

Education

Year Degree Institution
2016 Master of Arts in Teaching Pacific University
2011 Bachelor of Science in Sociology Northeastern University

Research Interests

Nikki McDaid-Morgan (Shoshone-Bannock) is a doctoral student in Learning Sciences at Northwestern University. Her research interests are broadly focused on informal and formal learning environments at the intersection of land-based education and Indigenous resurgence. More specifically, she wants to understand the ways that youth in land-based learning environments recognize personhood of more-than-human animals and plants and whether or not the propensity to do so might be correlated with the ways youth engage in decision-making around social and environmental concerns. Nikki earned her M.A. in Teaching from Pacific University and her B.S. in Sociology from Northeastern University. She also has experience as a middle school and high school English and Musical Theatre teacher and has two children of her own.   


Contact Us

Learning Sciences Program School of Education and Social Policy

2120 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL 60208
Northwestern University

Phone: 847/491-7494

Email:
sesp-ls@northwestern.edu