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Historian to present lecture on modern architecture in America, Japan

Gregory Clancey, an associate professor of history at the National University of Singapore, will speak about the rise of modern architecture in the early-to-mid-20th century in the United States and Japan. Clancey, who was born and raised in Bangor, Maine, will present “How Architects Became Modern in America and Japan,” at 11 a.m. Tuesday, May […]

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One of UMaine’s largest graduating classes urged to embrace a diverse world

Editor’s note: Story updated May 15. Nearly 1,800 graduates — one of the largest classes in University of Maine history — and more than 11,000 guests attended the 214th Commencement ceremonies at the state’s flagship campus May 14. Commencement speaker United States Ambassador Pamela White received a standing ovation for her address focused on the […]

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State party and graduates at UMaine's 2015 Commencement

UMaine’s 214th Commencement set for May 14

Editor’s note: Story updated May 9. The 214th Commencement at the University of Maine will be held May 14 in Harold Alfond Sports Arena on campus. UMaine Commencement, held in two ceremonies at 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., is one of the largest graduation events in the state, with nearly 1,800 undergraduate and graduate students, […]

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Tips for attending UMaine’s 214th Commencement ceremonies

The University of Maine’s 2016 Commencement is May 14, with ceremonies at 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. at Alfond Sports Arena. Motorists in the Orono area will encounter heavier traffic than usual throughout much of the day. Guests attending the Commencement ceremonies should build in extra travel time due to possible road construction delays in […]

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Augusta native named Outstanding Graduating Student, centralmaine.com reports

Centralmaine.com published a University of Maine news release announcing Jade McGuire, of Augusta, was recently named the Outstanding Graduating Student in the College of Education and Human Development. McGuire, an honors student majoring in elementary education, with a concentration in mathematics, will receive a bachelor’s degree with high honors at UMaine’s 214th Commencement May 14. […]

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Meet UMaine’s 2016 Outstanding Graduating Students

Eleven undergraduates have been named 2016 Outstanding Graduating Students at the University of Maine. Among them is Connor Smart, the Outstanding Graduating Student in the Maine Business School, and the 2016 salutatorian. The Outstanding Graduating Students will receive their degrees at UMaine’s 214th Commencement in Harold Alfond Sports Arena May 14. The other Outstanding Graduating […]

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2016 Student Research Symposium April 27

The research of more than 500 undergraduate and graduate students will be highlighted in a daylong symposium April 27 at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor. The 2016 UMaine Student Research Symposium will be held from 8 a.m.–5 p.m. The free public event is sponsored by UMaine Graduate Student Government and the Center for Undergraduate […]

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UMaine's valedictorian and salutatorian medals

UMaine’s 2016 Valedictorian and Salutatorian

Nicholas Fried of Millerstown, Pennsylvania, is the 2016 University of Maine valedictorian and Connor Smart of Lincoln, Maine, is the salutatorian. The honors students will receive their degrees at UMaine’s 214th Commencement in Harold Alfond Sports Arena May 14. Fried majored in animal and veterinary sciences, with a minor in chemistry. This fall, he will […]

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Play, programs focus on challenges Iranian women face

The University of Maine will host several public programs centered around a free performance of a play that offers historical and contemporary insight into the plight of women in Iran. “The Poets and the Assassin” will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 7 in Minsky Recital Hall on campus. The play portrays struggles Iranian […]

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