A Collaborative Future:
Changes and Trends in Museum Practice
Molli A. Pauliot, M.S.W., M.A.
PhD candidate, Department of Anthropology
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Friday, February 23 2024 @ 3:30 pm, Sabin Hall G-90, UW-Milwaukee
Molli Pauliot is a doctoral candidate at UW-Madison in the Department of Anthropology. Ms. Pauliot is a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation, Buffalo clan. She has professional experience on collaborative projects with tribal, county, state, and federal officials addressing critical social needs in the state of Wisconsin. Ms. Pauliot’s research interests within anthropology include Native American populations in the Great Lakes Region, material culture, Native American art, museum anthropology, indigenous resilience, climate change, and United States American Indian policy. Ms. Pauliot has a PhD minor in art, and she is an accomplished designer and bead worker.
Ms. Pauliot holds a BA in Sociology with a Human Services emphasis with a Psychology minor coursework in drug and alcohol counseling from Viterbo College, La Crosse Wisconsin. She holds a Master of Social Work from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities with an emphasis in child welfare. At UW-Madison, she has completed a graduate certificate in Material Culture and a Masters of Anthropology.