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Angelique Day, PhD (Hochunk)

Photo of Angelique Day, PhD (Hochunk)Angelique Day, PhD (Hochunk)

Associate Professor, UW School of Social Work

Faculty, Indigenous Wellness Research Institute

Angelique Day, PhD, MSW, (Ho Chunk Descendent) has been a faculty affiliate of IWRI since September 2017. Her indigenous focused research projects to date since joining IWRI include: Lead evaluator of CORE Teen, an in-service foster/adoptive parent training curriculum in partnership with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians; curriculum designer, Healthy Transitions, an independent living program for youth transitioning to adulthood, in partnership with Yakama Nation; Lead evaluator of the National Training and Development Curriculum, a pre-service foster/adoptive parent training curriculum, in partnership with the Salt River Pima Maricopa Tribe; and lead evaluator, kinship navigator, in partnership with the Port Gamble Sklallam Tribe. Dr. Day also serves as a member of the tribal advisory board for the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute, a project managed by the University of Albany, and owned by the US DHHS, Children’s Bureau.