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Rising Tide Center to launch Maine Career Connect

UMaine News Release, Aug 26, 2013 – The ADVANCE Rising Tide Center has received an additional $284,093 from the National Science Foundation to develop a regional consortium tasked with facilitating the hiring and retention of dual career couples. Read the full story by clicking here

Author Cipriano slated to visit UM

June 19, 2013 – Author and educator Robert Cipriano will visit our campus this fall to offer advice and strategies for fostering faculty civility and creating a culture of mutual respect. The author of  “Facilitating a Collegial Department in Higher Education: Strategies for Success,” Cipriano has stirred controversy with a collegiality test that identifies good and bad behavior. Read about the controversy in the June 10 edition of the Chronicle of Higher Education.  Cipriano will be on campus Sept. 19 to conduct professional development workshops with Dept. Chairs, Directors, and Peer Committees. Read more about his visit and his presentation on our EVENTS page.

Expanding your Horizons on campus for 26th year

The Weekly, April 3, 2013 – Brewer middle school girls enjoyed a variety of interesting science related activities, including making slime, when they visited campus on March 14 to attend the 26th annual Expanding your Horizons. Read more about the girls’ reaction to the day’s events by clicking  here.

Gardner appointed ADVANCE Director

UMaine News Release, April 3, 2013 – Associate Professor of Higher Education Leadership Susan K. Gardner has accepted the position of Director of the ADVANCE Rising Tide Center effective April 1. Read more about personnel changes for the NSF funded ADVANCE project by clicking here.

Promotion and tenure announced for 9 women faculty

UMaine News Release, March 18, 2013 – The University of Maine System Board of Trustees has approved promotion and/or tenure for 22 University of Maine faculty members.  All were nominated by President Paul Ferguson based on a peer and administrative review of their successful work in teaching, research and public service. Read the press release naming UMaine professors promoted or tenured here.

Op-Ed features UMaine economists

Bangor Daily News, March 14, 2013 – “Biofuels development in Maine: Using trees to oil the wheels of sustainability” is an op-ed written by Caroline Noblet, Mario Teisl and Jonathan Rubin of the School of Economics, and Katherine Farrow, a recent Master’s graduate in Resource Economics. Read this column, which was recently featured in the BDN by clicking here.

Camire in Press Herald interview

Portland Press Herald, March 11, 2013 – Professor of Food Science and Human Nutrition Mary Ellen Camire weighed in on the styrofoam debate that is a hot topic in Portland. Read Camire’s comments and the full story here.

Waller recognized for “pressing the limits”

WABI TV, Feb 23, 2013 – Assistant Research Professor Rhian Waller was identified as a risk taker in the March edition of National Geographic magazine based on her deep sea diving experiences in pursuit of cold water corals. Click here to read the local news story, and read the National Geographic feature The New Age of Exploration here.

Nelson launches citizen scientist program

UMaine News Release, Jan 7, 2013 – Sarah Nelson, a scientist with the Sen. George J. Mitchell Center for Environmental and Watershed Research is collaborating with a local high school science teacher to monitor mercury in local waters as part of the Acadia Learning initiative. Read the full story here.

Waller featured in Science360 video

UMaine News Release, Jan 22, 2013 - Research Assistant Professor Rhian Waller and student Keri Feehan were featured in a video titled “Researching Cold Water Corals” on the website Science360. View the video here.

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