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2023 U.S. – Canada Lobster Town Meeting

Next weekend from February 3rd to 4th is the 2023 U.S. – Canada Lobster Town Meeting. These meetings address current issues affecting the lobstering industry in both the U.S. and Canada. Fishermen, researchers, and managers from both sides of the border come together to foster dialogue and community. There will be four main sessions at […]

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FLAS Fellowship 2023 Applications

Applications for the FLAS Fellowship through the Canadian American Center are now open. This fellowship is available to both graduate and undergraduate students, provided they meet all of the qualifications. Click here to learn more about the FLAS fellowship, and here to learn how to apply.  

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Canadian American Center News, Haley Albano: Can-Am Fellow Researching Environmental Dimensions of Nutritional Anthropology (On the top left is the Canadian American Center logo. Underneath is a picture of Albano. She has shoulder length blonde hair, and is wearing a white sweater and a gray top)

Canadian-American Fellow Feature: Haley Albano

University of Maine PhD student, Haley Albano, is a recipient of the Canadian-American Center fellowship for 2022 to 2023. The Canadian-American Center Fellowship is offered by the Canadian-American Center and the University of Maine Graduate School. It is available to graduate students in disciplines that focus on Canada or Canada-US relations. Each academic year, the […]

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Maggie Kontra-Emmens Feature

Canadian-American Fellow Feature: Maggie Kontra-Emmens

University of Maine PHD student, Maggie Kontra-Emmens, is a recipient of the Canadian-American Center Fellowship for 2022 to 2023.  The Canadian-American Center Fellowship is offered by the Canadian-American Center and the University of Maine Graduate School. It is available to graduate students in disciplines that focus on Canada or Canada-US relations. Each academic year, the […]

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Canadian-American Fellow Feature: Jasmin Lamb

University of Maine PhD student, Jasmin Lamb, is one of several recipients of the Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship Program for 2022 to 2023 academic year. The FLAS fellowship is offered by the Canadian-American Center and the U.S. Department of Education. FLAS is a federal grant to support students who wish to improve […]

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CanAm Center Affiliate Cynthia Isenhour Speaks with the Maine Question about the Climate Change Institute's Legacy (In the top right corner is the Canadian American Center logo. On the left half is The Maine Question logo)

CanAm Center Affiliate Cynhthia Isenhour Speaks With ‘The Maine Question’

Canadian-American Center affiliate Cynthia Isenhour was recently welcomed to an episode of ‘The Maine Question’ where she spoke about The Climate Change Institute (CCI). The CCI was the nation’s first multi- and inter-disciplinary research institute to study Earth’s recent and long-term climate variability and was founded in 1972 at the University of Maine. This year […]

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Canadian-American Center News, Liam Berigan: Can-Am Fellow Researching Bird Migration on the East Coast (On the top right is the Canadian American Center logo. Underneath is a picture of Berigan. He is holding a bird)

Canadian-American Center Fellow Feature: Liam Berigan

University of Maine PhD student, Liam Berigan, is one of several recipients of the New England-Atlantic Provinces-Quebec (NEAPQ) Fellowship for the 2022 academic year. The NEAPQ Fellowship is offered by the Canadian-American Center and the University of Maine Graduate School. It is available to graduate students in disciplines that focus on Canada or Canada-US relations. […]

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Canadian-American Center News, UMaine's School of Business Offers Trip to Monteral (On the right is a picture of Montreal)

Maine Business School to Visit Montreal, Quebec

Dr. Stefano Tijernina, Canadian Studies Faculty at Maine Business School, will be conducting a field trip to Montreal, Quebec November 10-13, 2022 with students from his courses that focus on Canadian-U.S. economics and business. They will network with Concordia University’s business school and explore the business culture of Montreal via customer service, use of space, […]

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Canadian-American Center News, CAN 101 Goes to Fredericton New Brunswick (On the right is a picture of CAN 101 students and their professor)

CAN 101 goes to Fredericton, New Brunswick

Dr. Mark McLaughlin, department of History, and professor for the Introduction to Canadian Studies course at the University of Maine recently lead a course-related, weekend field trip to Fredericton, the capital of New Brunswick, Canada. Joining Dr. McLaughlin were students from his course, Dr. Howard Cody (professor emerita), and Dr. Hollie Adams from the department […]

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