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College of Education and Human Development faculty, grad students present at AERA virtual annual meeting

Several University of Maine College of Education and Human Development are participating in the 2021 American Educational Research Association (AERA) virtual annual meeting, April 8–12. The conference is the world’s largest annual gathering of education researchers. Here’s a look at some of the events involving UMaine scholars: Thursday April 8 Assistant professor of curriculum, assessment […]

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Tedesco-Schneck publishes article in Journal of Nursing Education

Mary Tedesco-Schneck, assistant professor in the School of Nursing, published her research, “Script Concordance and the Think-Aloud Approach Through the Lens of Cognitive Apprenticeship Theory” in the Journal of Nursing Education. Tedesco-Schneck’s research is one of the many ways UMaine School of Nursing faculty engage in scientific teaching to promote nursing practice.

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McKillen article in H-Diplo

Elizabeth McKillen, professor of hIstory, recently published an article for the H-Diplo and International Security Studies Forum, “”The Trump Presidency and U.S. Workers: “America First” or America Diminished?” at issforum.org/to/ps2021-17.

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Twenty-six faculty members receive tenure and/or promotion

At the University of Maine, 26 faculty members have received tenure and/or promotion this spring.  This annual announcement is an important opportunity to recognize faculty members’ outstanding achievements and contributions in teaching, scholarship and research, and community engagement, says UMaine President Joan Ferrini-Mundy. “We congratulate them for their leadership, innovation, and focus on putting students […]

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Thaler in inaugural guide of 500 leading U.S. environmental and energy lawyers

Jeff Thaler professor of practice, University of Maine School of Law, University of Maine Visiting Professor of Energy Policy, Law & Ethics, and associate faculty, UMaine Climate Change Institute, has been selected for inclusion in the inaugural Lawdragon 500 Leading U.S. Environmental & Energy Lawyers guide. The online guide features environmental and energy attorneys who […]

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Cathcart receives 2021 Minerva Award

Mary Cathcart, a senior policy associate at the University of Maine’s Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center, has received the 2021 Minerva Award.  The Minerva award is presented annually by Maine NEW Leadership to recognize a Maine woman who exemplifies the values of the program, including leadership for the betterment of Maine; a commitment to civil […]

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Josh Rosen

Josh Rosen: Carving a path

Josh Rosen is a University of Maine super alum. He earned his undergraduate degree in Earth and climate sciences in May 2013 at UMaine and is currently working on a dual degree: an MBA with an anticipated graduation date of May 2021 and a JD from Maine Law to be finished in 2022. Rosen grew […]

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