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David Patrick: Working toward a more equitable community in Maine

David Patrick, MBS Class of 2016, is working toward a more equitable community in Maine. He is the co-founder of Racial Equity & Justice (REJ), a nonprofit and firm that provides consulting services and educational support based in Bangor. Read Patrick’s story online. Contact: Melanie Brooks,

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Learn about Wabanaki Public Health & Wellness in Nov. 30 talk

Learn more about the organization Wabanaki Public Health & Wellness and its services at an upcoming “Wabanaki Voices” discussion at noon on Tuesday, Nov. 30 in room 102 of the Science Building at the University of Maine at Machias.  Lisa Sockabasin, co-director of Wabanaki Public Health & Wellness, will provide an overview of the organization’s […]

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News Center notes Maine Teacher of the Year is UMaine student, alumna

News Center Maine noted that Kelsey Stoyanova, who was recently named 2022 Maine Teacher of the Year, is a student and alumna of the University of Maine. Stoyanova, a eighth-grade language arts teacher at Reeds Brook Middle School in Hampden, is working toward her Educational Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership at UMaine, where she earned […]

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WQCB includes UMaine in list of locations in ‘Stephen King’s Maine’

WQCB (Q106.5 in Brewer) included the University of Maine in a report titled “25 Actual Locations of Stephen King’s Maine.” The report noted that King graduated from UMaine in 1970 with a bachelor’s degree in English. It also highlighted the The Stephen E. King Chair in Literature, which aims to advance excellence in the creation, […]

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Everest expedition with 6 CCI scientists sets 3 world records

The 2019 National Geographic and Rolex Perpetual Planet Everest Expedition that six Climate Change Institute explorers participated in has set three Guinness World Records. The three records, featured in the latest edition of the Guinness World Records book, are: Highest altitude ice core taken: 8,020 meters (26,312 feet), extracted from the South Col glacier. The […]

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