Prof. Emeritus Jerome Nadelhaft publishes book

Professor Emeritus Jerome Nadelhaft, history, has recently self-published a book entitled “O Lord, how long?” This is part of his series, Wife Torture in American History. Nadelhaft says in his preface, “Most men were incapable of committing the barbarities they read about in their daily newspapers, but they were content to allow others to punch, to kick […]

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Center for Undergraduate Research Summer Fellowship CLAS Winners

The Center for Undergraduate Research (CUGR) awarded their annual Summer Fellowship grants recently, with four College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) students out of 17 total awardees receiving this honor. Each student is given $3,000 to further their research in the coming months. The winners are: Gwyneth Roberts, a mathematics major working with advisor […]

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2018 CLAS Awards

Wednesday, April 25 – The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) was pleased to hold their annual awards ceremony, honoring outstanding students and faulty. This year, CLAS was proud, not only to recognize outstanding students, but to recognize the Class of 2018 Valedictorian, Graham Van Goffrier. Graham is graduating after his four years with a […]

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New study finds few clinical trials of blood pressure lowering and cognition are not state-of-the-art

Randomized controlled trials (RCTs) are considered the gold standard for clinical research, including the effects of blood pressure lowering on cognitive functioning. However, clinical trials aiming to improve normal cognitive function and slow the progress of dementia have yielded disappointing results. Statistically significant findings have not been observed in many trials, despite large samples and […]

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Kevin Roberge, lecturer, recognized by non-traditional students

Kevin Roberge, lecturer in Mathematics and Statistics has been recognized as a faculty member who has contributed to creating positive learning experiences for non-traditional students at the University of Maine. Nominated by Valerie Cartonio, a nontraditional student, this award is offered by Commuter and NonTraditional Student Programs (CNTSP) and The Nontraditional Student Association (NSA). It […]

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Department of Communication and Journalism 2018 Outstanding Students

CMJ recently handed out awards to their outstanding students for 2018. The recipients are as follows: Undergraduate Awards Wofford Gardner Award: Outstanding Academic Achievement in Communication Timothy P. Rocha Brooks Hamilton: Spirit of Excellence Award – Journalistic passion award Katie Caufield The Raymie McKerrow Award: Distinguished Undergraduate Student in Communication & Journalism – Department-wide citizenship award Cassie […]

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Senior Meaghan Delcourt Stands Out with her Psychological Research

The University of Maine is known for many things–from its tight knit community, to its bevy of scholastic opportunities, to its passionate students and faculty. So it is not at all surprising to find a student who embodies all that Maine has to offer. Meaghan Delcourt, a fourth year Psychology and Sociology double major with […]

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The Communication and Journalism Faculty Shine on “Maine Calling” Public Radio

Radio, as a medium, tends to be forgotten about. Though as an effective means of communication, our faculty in the Communication and Journalism stress its value. Between January and February, Bridie McGreavy, assistant professor of environmental communication, Judith Rosenbaum (pictured right), assistant professor of communication and journalism, and Michael Socolow, associate professor of journalism, all appeared […]

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UMaine’s Cybersecurity Team heads to Regional Competition

Orono, ME – This past weekend, the UMaine Cybersecurity Team tied for third place in the Northeast Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (NECCDC) qualifier. The team, led by President Jake Collupy and Vice President Nick Dieffenbacher-Krall, beat out Harvard, Syracuse, Merrimack, and more, to qualify for the regional NECCDC competition to be held at the University […]

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