IMPORTANT CONTACT INFORMATION:
We are prioritizing the health and well-being of our students, faculty, staff and broader Maine communities. Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions and following institutional, state, and federal safety guidelines, our office has adjusted the way we connect with you. To best serve our students and align with recent public health advisories in relation to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), in-person availability may be limited but assistance is still available Monday through Friday 8:00-4:30 by email, phone, scheduled Zoom session, or by visiting our website 24/7.
In-person: Native American Programs/Wabanaki Center will be staffed in-person on Thursdays from 8:00-4:30.
Email: Students and families are able to email questions or concerns to Jen at email@example.com Monday through Friday 8:00-4:30.
Phone: Students and families are able to leave a voicemail message at 207.581.1417 with your name, student id and email address. Please allow 24 business hours for a call back or email response and please note the call may be returned from a restricted number.
Zoom session: Have some more in depth, specific questions? Students and families are able to email Jen at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a 1-on-1 Zoom session.
Native American Studies
The Native American Studies Program carries out the University of Maine’s commitment to diversity through the comparative study of the cultures, history, and contemporary life of the aboriginal peoples and nations of North America, with a focus on the Wabanaki tribes. As an academic unit, we administer a minor in Native American Studies, open to all students at the University of Maine, consisting of courses offered by the program and by other appropriate departments.
The Program works with other units to promote research on the Wabanaki and other Northeastern tribes. It seeks to acquire and disseminate resources in this area to scholars and educators at all levels, from elementary school to graduate school. The Native American Studies Program seeks to make knowledge of Wabanaki and other American Indian nations available to the citizens of Maine and beyond through teaching, research, and outreach.