Staff Profile

NIVES DAL BO-WHEELER, Director

Nives Dalbo-Wheeler

I am excited to be helping students channel their academic strengths toward high achievement and lay the foundation for a successful career.

As a student, I have benefited from scholarships which have enhanced my academic experiences and brought me to new places.

I highly encourage you to do the same!

Professional expertise: Student services, student success, higher education

Scholarships received: Erasmus in Berlin, exchange Scholarship with UC Santa Cruz  (both as a student at the University of Venice)

Languages Spoken: English, Italian, German and French

Traveled to: Italy, Germany, Austria, France, Spain, Portugal, England, Belgium, Luxembourg, Croatia, Canada, U.S. and Puerto Rico

Lived in: Cimetta, Venice, Munich, Berlin, Palo Alto, Cambridge (MA), Perugia and Orono

 

Katrina Webster, Graduate Assistant

(she/her), oms.ga@maine.edu

I am currently a student in the Department of Anthropology pursuing my Masters in Anthropology and Environmental Policy. I hope to broaden my understanding of the ways in which human livelihoods, cultures, and health are linked to the natural world. It’s my goal to explore ways to implement nature-based solutions and garner support for policies that achieve better public health outcomes.

As a first-generation college student, I have relied heavily on scholarships to fund my education and support my research projects. For that reason, I am incredibly passionate about helping students secure funding to pursue their academic and career goals.

I look forward to meeting with you and exploring upcoming scholarship opportunities!