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PPH column cites Fernandez talk

In a column about how protecting the soil in Maine’s forests can help the state reach its goal to reduce carbon emissions, the Portland Press Herald cited a lecture by Ivan Fernandez, professor of soil science and forest resources at the University of Maine, that explained that forests are among the best ways to store […]

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UMaine Facilities Management weekly update Jan. 9

UMaine Facilities Management weekly update for Jan. 9: The Shield T3 COVID testing trailer is being moved today. Work in Barrows 111 and 113 is scheduled to begin this week. Flooring in Hancock Hall is underway; floor replacement in Oak, Hitcher, Patch, South Annex, Aroostook halls is complete. Carpet replacement is underway in the Collins Center […]

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Section of Munson Road closed through Jan. 6

Munson Road from Schoodic Road to Sebec Road will remain closed daily through Jan. 6 during the excavation for the installation of sewer and gas lines as part of the Holmes and Coburn construction project. The roadway will be open to traffic nights and weekends.

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MBS students complete course on the business of healthcare

This fall semester, 10 Maine Business School students tackled real-world problems in the healthcare industry through a partnership with Northern Light Health. The students worked closely with human resource professionals to offer solutions around recruitment and engagement. This special topics class originated from a conversation between MBS internship coordinator Taylor Ashley and Paul Bolin, ’92 […]

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UMaine graduate student attends UN summit

Joseph Black, a University of Maine master’s student in interdisciplinary studies, attended the Green Summit hosted by Humanitarian Affairs Asia at the UN Conference Centre in Bangkok, Thailand, Dec. 13–16. Black had the opportunity to meet people who work with the UN, and also clean a river in Bangkok and plant mangroves. A Green Summit […]

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Tutor Program awarded CRLA certification

The College Success Programs’ Tutor Program has been awarded certification as a Level 1- and 2-certified tutor training program by the internationally recognized College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA).  The Tutor Program has been certified for 21 years and is certified through 2026. For more than 30 years, CRLA has been a leader in learning […]

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