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Wildlife Ecology Field Experience
Wildlife Ecology Field Experience
For students in UMaine's Department of Wildlife Ecology, the Maine landscape is the ultimate learning lab. But our students also travel the world, gaining valuable field experience and a global perspective.
Black Bear Hockey
Black Bear Hockey
View photos from freshman Brent Stoliker's first UMaine hockey game.
Winter on Campus Slideshow
Winter on Campus Slideshow
At UMaine, this is how we do winter.
Rock Against Rape Concert
Rock Against Rape Concert
In September, the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity hosted the Rock Against Rape concert on campus, to raise awareness about rape and sexual assault.
Minute to Win It Dance Feature
Minute to Win It Dance Feature
Students from all disciplines had a chance to dance like the stars in UMaine's inaugural Emerging Dance Competition.
Black History Month Fashion Show
Black History Month Fashion Show
A fashion show featuring clothing from students' own wardrobes was part of UMaine's Black History Month celebration. Photographer and New Media major Sean Collins was there.
Autumn on Campus Slideshow
Autumn on Campus Slideshow
Fall is the most wonderful time of the year at UMaine. Check out campus at its most vibrant.
Archaeological Field School
Archaeological Field School
Each year, UMaine students participate in an archaeological field school, held at several shell midden sites associated with prehistoric petroglyphs in Machias Bay. The field school is conducted in cooperation with the Passamaquoddy Petroglyph Project, which contributes an understanding of occupation sites associated with some of the most significant concentrations of petroglyphs in the Northeast and Atlantic Canada.
Schoodic Orientation
Schoodic Orientation
At the beginning of the fall semester, first-year students in UMaine's School of Biology take a trip to the Schoodic Peninsula, where their orientation course immerses them in nature's classroom. Biology student Brent Stoliker was there.
NASA Slideshow
NASA Slideshow
UMaine engineering majors Michael Browne, Jennifer Brown and Eben Estell recently returned from NASA’s Reduced Gravity Student Opportunities Program, or “Microgravity University,” headquartered at the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.
Bar Harbor and Mount Desert Island
Bar Harbor and Mount Desert Island
Bar Harbor and Mount Desert Island: two favorite destinations for UMaine students.
Travel Study to Brazil
Travel Study to Brazil
In spring 2009, UMaine professors Malcolm "Mac" Hunter, Aram Calhoun and Bill Glanz led a travel study course to Brazil to help students discover the wonders of the natural world.
Eat
Eat
Warning: Don't view this slideshow on an empty stomach. Whether you're in the mood for brick-oven pizza, a tall skinny latte, a hummus platter or a bacon double cheeseburger, you'll find it at one of UMaine's dining halls or on-campus eateries.
Faces of UMaine
Faces of UMaine
It's a question we hear all the time: What are UMaine students like? The answer is simple. They're just like you. Or entirely different. These are some of the faces of UMaine.
Fun on Campus
Fun on Campus
What is there to do in Orono, Maine? What isn't there to do? There's a reason why the University of Maine is nationally known for campus activities.