High-performance computer modeling to tackle fisheries future

High-performance computer modeling to tackle fisheries future

Timely forecasts of storms and effective management of commercial fishing are essential in the wake of extreme weather events and unprecedented warming in the Gulf of Maine. Damian Brady, University of Maine assistant professor in the School of Marine Sciences at the Darling Marine Center, is working to advance both of those goals. The National […]

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Complex Flow Modeling & Simulation Laboratory – RA Position

Development of an Accurate and Real‐Time Voice Simulator for Voice Disorders Laboratory: Complex Flow Modeling and Simulation Laboratory Faculty: Qian Xue Opening Type: Two PhD/MS Students Topics: Computational Fluid Dynamics, Flow‐Tissue Interaction, Reduced‐Order Modeling, Voice Production Description: Professor Qian Xue is seeking two motivated students interested in pursuing a PhD/MS degree for a project entitled “Development of an Accurate and Real-Time Voice Simulator for Voice Disorders.” The students will work on developing a reduced‐order flow model to simulate glottal aerodynamics in various irregular glottal configurations characterized by severely curved, asymmetric and multiple‐flow-channel shapes. They will also need to couple the flow model with an existing structural model to realize flow‐structure interactions. The long‐term goal is to develop a simulation‐aided surgical planning tool that can predict/estimate the outcomes of surgery interventions that affect vocal fold vibrations. Required: […]

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Upcoming CITL Workshops: Using Zoom in Teaching

You may have seen the recent announcement that the University of Maine will soon be adopting Zoom web-conferencing technologies for students, staff and faculty starting in Fall 2018.  Zoom will be replacing Adobe Connect.  We are reaching out to you because you are currently using or have used Adobe Connect in your teaching. To help […]

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Graduate Student Government

2018 Graduate Student Government (GSG) Summer Research Fellowships

The Graduate Student Government in conjunction with the Office of the Vice President for Research and Dean of the Graduate School is launching a new summer fellowship program.  A total of $45,000 in stipends will be awarded over the next 3 academic years (at which point the program will be evaluated with the potential of […]

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3 Minute Thesis Presentations

Did you miss the Three Minute Thesis presentations at the Business Connect event? You can watch all of the competitors perform their three-minute speeches on  The University of Maine YouTube Channel  

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Maine Scholars Strategy Network Graduate Fellow

Dear SSN Members and Associates, Exciting news! We’re currently accepting applications for our 2018-2019 Maine SSN Graduate Fellow. The Scholars Strategy Network is a national organization that aims to improve public policy by arming citizens, journalists and policy-makers with insights from academic research. The fellow is an important member of our SSN team, working closely […]

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United Way of Eastern Maine – Community Impact Intern

Position Description: This position is responsible for researching, developing, and supporting activities associated with the Community Impact projects and initiatives of the United Way of Eastern Maine.   This position is approximately 20 hours per week from June – August 2018, with flexibility depending on schedule and class requirements, if applicable. Reports to: Community Impact Manager […]

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Summer Data Science Fellowship Opportunity

Program: The Data Incubator is an intensive 8 week fellowship that prepares masters students, PhDs, and postdocs in STEM and social science fields seeking industry careers as data scientists. The program is free for Fellows and supported by sponsorships from hundreds of employers across multiple industries. In response to the overwhelming interest in our earlier sessions, […]

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TRIO Student Support Services

TRIO Student Support Services is seeking a graduate assistant to help with the daily operations of our tutoring services. The person in this position will work closely with the Tutor Coordinator to ensure the growth and success of this aspect of our program. The position primarily involves behind-the-scenes data management: monitoring and inputting data received […]

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Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies Program & The Rising Tide Center

University of Maine Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies Program & The Rising Tide Center Graduate Assistant Job Description 2018-2019 This 20-hour per week, academic-year graduate assistantship will provide support to the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality (WGS) Program and the Rising Tide Center. The WGS program consists of an undergraduate major, minor, and graduate concentration, serving […]

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Academic Intergrity Discussion

Join Dr. Gary Pavela to lead a discussion about Academic Integrity and the honor code at UMaine Dr. Pavela has been a partner with the University of Maine for many years.  Engaging the community in a deeper discussion about this issue will advance the principles of integrity across the academy.  Many of our students are assigned to […]

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