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Faculty Profile
Madeline L Nyblade

Madeline  Nyblade

Assistant Professor

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PhD, Earth and Environmental Science, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

BS, Geoscience, Penn State University


EST 140: Introduction to Native Peoples, Lands, and Cultures (Spring semester)

EST 231: Environmental Geology (Spring semester)

Graduate Seminar: Community Based Participatory Research in Environmental Science (Fall semester)


Nyblade, M., Graveen, W., Montano, M., Panek, B., & King, H. J. (2023). Tribal-University Partnership Methodology for Re-searching with Manoomin/Psi? (Ojibwe/Dakota for Wild Rice). In E. Sumida Huaman & N. Martin (Eds.), Indigenous research design: Transnational perspectives in practice. Canadian Scholars and Women’s Press.

Nyblade, M., & McDonald, J. (2021). Recognizing Geology’s Colonial History for Better Policy TodayEos 102.

Matson, L., Ng, G.-H. C., Dockry, M., King, H. J., Nyblade, M., Bellcourt, M., Bunting, P., Chapman, E., Davenport, M., Graveen, W., Hedin, K., Howes, T., Johnson Sr, J., Kesner, S., Kojola, E., LaBine, R., Larkin, D., Myrbo, A., Porter, M., … Vogt, D. J. (2021). Transforming research and relationships through collaborative tribal-university partnerships on manoomin (wild rice)Environmental Science and Policy.