Darren Ranco plans to bolster one of the Wabanaki Center’s signature programs to increase Native American student retention and success in college and bring it to the University of Maine at Machias.  The U.S. Department of Agriculture awarded Ranco, chair of Native American Programs at the University of Maine, and his colleagues, $283,164 to expand the Wabanaki Youth Science (WaYS) Program.

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  • Ranco and colleagues to bolster WaYS program for Native students, bring it to UMM
    The new initiative to enhance WaYS, called New Beginning for Tribal Students (NBTS), will bring the educational program ... his colleagues hope the NBTS initiative will help increase Native ...
    10/26/2020 - 6:17 am | View Link
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