Kinap participants act as peer mentors for other Native college students and provide outreach in their Wabanaki community. To learn more about this opportunity, please visit the flyer below. UMM Flyer – Kinap Mentorship.
October 28-30, 2022 Nibezun, Passadumkeag, ME WaYS Fall Camp Flyer 2022 For more information, please visit https://www.wabanakiyouthinscience.org/camps/
An anonymous donor has made a $100,000 gift to create the Wabanaki Student Development and Success Fund at the University of Maine Foundation. The fund will assist Native American students pursuing University of Maine degrees “so that they can graduate as tomorrow’s leaders of their communities.” Read More
Alice Kelly (University of Maine Orono/School of Earth and Climate Sciences) has developed an exciting research program on Maine’s shell middens — mapping, investigating, preserving them. Her work would be fascinating to students with an interest in the natural sciences and/or archaeology, and it could be a natural fit for collaborating with TEK mentors from […]
Katherine Allen (University of Maine Orono/School of Earth and Climate Sciences ) has projects in the marine sedimentology and stable isotope laboratories. There are two main projects in which the student/s will be involved, depending on interest: 1) Investigating Maine’s water cycle through stable isotope analysis, and 2) Paleoceanography of the Gulf of Maine. To […]