Sabine Talaugon

Position Title
Ph.D. Student


Bio

Master of Public Policy, Mills College, 2013
B.A., Public Policy - Health Focus, Minor Economics, Mills College, 2012

Research Interests: traditional ecological knowledge, indigenous resilience through environmental change, ecosystem-based fishery management, environmental health, environmental policy, health policy.
Publications:
Talaugon, S. (2017). History of Indian Education in California. In J. Proudfit & N. Myers-Lim (Eds.), On Indian Ground: California. Charlotte, N: Information Age Publishing.
Talaugon, S. (2017). Addressing ‘Anti-Indian’ Bias in California Public Schools. In J. Proudfit & N. Myers-Lim (Eds.), On Indian Ground: California. Charlotte, N: Information Age Publishing.
Talaugon, S. (2014). Addressing “Anti-Indian” Historical Bias in California Public Schools Through Best Practices. The Policy Forum at Mills College.
Select Presentations:
Talaugon, S. (2017, March) Chumash Science Through Time. Cross-Currents: Navigating Translation Research Symposium, University of California Santa Barbara.
Talaugon, S. (2016, April) Red Women Rising: Community-Driven Media. California Indian Women’s Conference, Tuolumne, CA.
Talaugon, S. (2016, May) Statewide Hepatitis C Quality Improvement Project Presentation. California Area Office Indian Health Service’s Best Practices Conference, Sacramento, CA.
Gaines, J., Talaugon, S. (February 2015) Native Communities of Care. Together Against Stigma Conference. San Francisco, CA.
Fellowships, Grants, and Awards:
National Science Foundation (NSF) Sustainable Oceans Research Traineeship (2019-2020)
Mills Public Policy Program Outstanding Thesis Award for "Addressing "Anti-Indian" Historical Bias in California Public Schools Through Best Practices" (2013)

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