UMaine President Paul W. Ferguson celebrates the successes of the University of Maine through the Blue Sky Project with the UMaine community at the Community Conversation 3.0 on October 25, 2013.
President Paul W. Ferguson and Athletic Director Steve Abbott welcome Coach Red Gendron at the official press conference announcing the new UMaine Men’s Hockey Coach in Alfond Arena on May 28, 2013.
UMaine Advanced Structures and Composites Center unveils VolturnUS deepwater floating offshore wind technology.
President Ferguson, Congressman Mike Michaud and Senator Angus King address the approximately 250 attendees at the Nanocellulose Pilot Plant Ribbon Cutting affiliated with UMaine’s Forest Bioproducts Research Institute on April 3, 2013.
President Ferguson presents the Blue Sky Project to members of the Portland Regional Chamber of Commerce at their monthly Eggs and Issues Breakfast, January 9, 2013.
Advanced Structures and Composites Center wins first phase of potential $93.2 million program.
On Monday, October 29, 2012 President Paul Ferguson and the UMaine Community participated in the President’s Community Conversation 2.0 in Wells Conference Center.
President Ferguson participates in the 2012 Annual UMaine Men’s Hockey Media Day on Wednesday, September 26th. The President thanked the Men’s Hockey Team for their excellent work, both on and off the ice, and reminded them of how proud the Black Bear Nation is of them.
President Ferguson introduces former U.S. Senator George Mitchell as part of the Annual Mitchell Lecture on Sustainability featuring Dr. Pamela Matson of Stanford University, September 25, 2012.
Dedication ceremony for the Paul J. Mitchell Batting Pavilion, August 20, 2012. Honoring former UMaine baseball player Paul Mitchell, Class of ’49.
President Ferguson comments at the Climate Change Institute’s celebration of the 100th anniversary of reaching the South Pole.
UMaine President Paul Ferguson offers remarks at the 16th annual Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast celebration about the importance of diversity in promoting academic excellence.
President Ferguson comments on the Library of Congress’ $650,000 donation to digitally preserve the Folklife Center’s collection. The collection will then be donated to the LOC.
President Ferguson delivers opening remarks at the 2011 Cohen Lecture.
University of Maine Foundation President Amos Orcutt unveils UMaine’s Whoopie Pie Mountain.
President Ferguson discusses his first impressions and vision of the future for the University of Maine.
UMaine’s 2011 Summer Tour.
UMaine President Paul Ferguson Speaks at the Class of 1952 Scholarship Luncheon
UMaine’s 2011 Maine Hello.