In 1993 WISN established the world’s first advanced degree program taught from an Indigenous perspective. Graduates have gone on to have careers in diplomacy (United Nations), conservation, law, politics and more. The Master’s program in Indigenous Science and Peace Studies (ISPS)-soon to add a PhD as well—and the launch of the Indigenous Science Research Institute will bring together Indigenous knowledge systems globally and link these inquiries and ways of knowing to the best of Western scientific theory and practice. This will expand our reach and intergenerational sharing of knowledge even further. “I know I wouldn't have gotten into my United Nations position if not for the guidance I received from Indigenous Mind. I would encourage anyone who takes an interest in this educational program to answer the call." - Program graduate Maryka Paquette, ’13.