Interested parties are invited to attend a Zoom roundtable on Friday, Nov. 19 at 4 p.m. with UMM alums and current UMaine graduate students Natalie Dana Lolar, Colby Soctomah-Lewey, and Chris Johnson.
Panelists will talk with UMM Native American students and others about their background and journey to college and beyond. This will be a casual conversation where students are encouraged to ask any questions. We will talk about how the panelists chose their major, personal influences on choice, engagement with their Native community, their present occupations, and advice they have for current students.
* Natalie Dana Lolar, Ph.D. graduate student, Anthropology and Environmental Policy, UMaine
* Colby Soctomah-Lewey, Licensed Addictions and Drug Counselor and M.S. graduate student in Counselor program Clinical Mental Health Counseling Concentration, with an expertise in Family Systems; 2021 UMM alumnus, B.A. in Psychology and Community Studies with a concentration in Applied Psychology and minors in Counseling, Substance Abuse Services, and Cultural Anthropology
* Chris Johnson, Ecology Manager, Sipayik Environmental Department; 2017 UMM alumnus, Recreation and Tourism Management
Password: 530317 Meeting ID: 865 5031 0296
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