Archives for University of Maine

Wabanaki Windows 5/15/18

Producer/Host: Donna Loring
Engineer: Amy Browne

Handling of Penobscot Cultural Materials: Historic signing of MOU between UMO & Penobscot Nation

-Background of the signing of the MOU
-Areas of Clarification and agreement
-Standard practices agreed upon
-Recognition and Respect for Penobscot Culture

Ambassador Maulian Dana, Penobscot Nation
Dr. Darren Ranco Wabanaki and George Mitchell Center
Dr. Jane Anderson New York University

Maine Currents 10/24/17

Producer/Host: Amy Browne

“Assessing the First Year of an Unconventional Presidency” – the 2017 Cohen Lecture at the University of Maine

The 2017 Cohen Lecture at the University of Maine, recorded on October 13th. The topic was “Assessing the First Year of an Unconventional Presidency”. Panelists were Former Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen, Ambassador Marc Grossman, former Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, and Andrew H. Card Jr., former Chief of Staff to President George W. Bush. The moderator was Felicia Knight.

This presentation was brought to you courtesy of UMaine’s Cohen Institute for Leadership and Public Service, and with assistance from WERU volunteer John Greenman

Maine Currents- independent local news, views and culture, Tuesdays at 4pm on WERU-FM and

WERU Special: Old Town Dump 2/21/11

Producer/Host: Amy Browne
Contributor: Meaghan LaSala

A recorded panel discussion, “LIVING DOWNSTREAM: THE OLD TOWN DUMP AND UNIVERSITY OF MAINE” –one of the discussions in Spring 2011 Socialist and Marxist Studies Lecture Series at the University of Maine. It was recorded Feb. 3rd, 2011, and has been edited for length.

The panel members were John Banks of the Juniper Ridge Landfill Advisory Committee and Director of the Natural Resources Department, Penobscot Nation; Paul Schroeder, Orono resident and member of Trash Trackers Network; Old Town resident Ed Spencer, and Panel Chair: Darren Ranco, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Coordinator of Native American Research

Talk of the Towns 11/12/10

Producer/Host: Ron Beard, University of Maine Cooperative Extension
Studio Engineer: Amy Browne

Topic: Community Science: Schoodic Education and Research Center links researchers, school teachers and students

Michael Soukup, Director, Schoodic Education and Research Center; Sarah Nelson, Water Research Institute, University of Maine; Ed Lindsey, Science Teacher, Old Town High School; James Townsend and Rachel Callaway, Students, Old Town High School

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