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College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Psychology Colloquium: The Migraine Attack as an Integrated Neuroprotective, Neurorestorative Process

Barrows Hall

The Department of Psychology is hosting a research colloquium featuring Dr. Jonathan Borkum. His talk, “The Migraine Attack as an Integrated Neuroprotective, Neurorestorative Process,” will be held in Hill Auditorium (Barrows Hall) at 3 p.m. on Friday, March 24. Refreshments will be provided. Dr. Borkum is a psychologist in private practice in Waterville and Bangor and an adjunct assistant […]

Psychology Colloquium

Little Hall

Chicken meet egg: Determining the 5-year temporal relationships between cognitive performance and symptoms of depression in the MSLS community sample Presented by: Peter Dearborn, Ph.D. student in Psychology Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Little Hall, Room 140

Psychology Career Panel: An Explanation of Careers in the Field of Psychology and How to Get There

Little Hall

Interested in becoming a drug and alcohol counselor, clinical psychologist, social worker, psychiatric nurse, or school psychologist? Attend the Psychology Career Panel to find out what it is like to work in psychology, what kind of training you will need and how to get into graduate school! Refreshments will be served. Tuesday, April 18 6:00-7:30 […]

Unpacking the Caste System: India & the United States

Memorial Union

“Unpacking the Caste System: India & the United States” A lecture by Mahesh Upadhyaya Mahesh Upadhyaya, based in Ahmedabad, India, serves as IPM (International Partners in Mission) South Asia Regional Director, working to bring people together regardless of caste, religion, and gender to the goal of peace, justice, and reconciliation. Thursday, October 26 12:30-1:45pm Bangor […]

The Election of Trump: One Year Later

Memorial Union

“The Election of Trump: One Year Later” Organized by Doug Allen, Professor of Philosophy. Thursday, November 9 12:30-1:45pm Bangor Room, Memorial Union Part of the Socialist and Marxist Studies Series.

Truth, Healing and Change in Dawnland

Murray Hall

Truth, Healing and Change in Dawnland: Understanding the Relationships Between Native and Non-Native People in Maine Presented by Barbara Kates Friday, Dec. 7 Murray Hall, Room 102 2:00-4:00 pm This presentation offers an understanding of relationships between Native and non-Native people in Maine. Between 2012 and 2015, people in Wabanaki and Maine communities collaborated on […]

Feminism and Gender Self-Identification

Bangor Room, Memorial Union

Feminism and Gender Self-Identification A talk by Dr. Shannon McCoy, UMaine Psychology Department Thursday, January 24 Bangor Room, Memorial Union 12:30 pm Part of the Spring 2019 Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Colloquium Series