Along the Mall

Patenaude recognized at International Gordon Conference on Streptococcal Biology

Kathryn Patenaude, a Ph.D. candidate in biomedical sciences from Presque Isle, Maine, won an outstanding poster award at the International Gordon Conference on Streptococcal Biology this August.  The poster, titled “Investigating the interaction of Streptococcus agalactiae and Candida albicans in vitro and in vivo,” featured research Patenaude is conducting in the lab of Melody Neely, […]

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McGreavy named 2022 J. Robert Cox Award winner

Bridie McGreavy, associate professor of environmental communication at the University of Maine Department of Communication and Journalism, received the J. Robert Cox Award in Environmental Communication & Civic Engagement for 2022 from the Environmental Communication Division of the National Communication Association. Read the full story on the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences website.

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Bell, Ippolito present at 2022 iPres

John Bell, assistant professor of digital communication, and Jon Ippolito, professor of new media and director of the digital curation program, presented a talk entitled “Right-click To Preserve” at the 18th International Conference on Digital Preservation (iPres) remotely to the Technology & Innovation Centre in Glasgow, Scotland, on Sept. 13.

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Back to School with RiSE Center Resources

During August, Beth Muncey, professional development coordinator at the University of Maine Research in Stem Education (RiSE) Center, packed 326 bins of supplies for 94 teachers across the state of Maine, who will use them to support learning by 4,646 students in their classes. As part of the Maine STEM Partnership, the RiSE Center provides […]

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College of Education and Human Development holds inaugural Legacy Tea

Current and former faculty, staff and students from the University of Maine College of Education and Human Development gathered at Buchanan Alumni House on Wednesday, Aug. 31, for the college’s inaugural Legacy Tea. The event celebrated the contributions of retired colleagues toward the college’s pursuit of excellence. It also served as an opportunity to showcase […]

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Gardner presents at American Chemical Society meeting in Chicago

Douglas Gardner, researcher at the Advanced Structures and Composites Center and professor of sustainable materials and technology in the School of Forest Resources recently presented at the American Chemical Society’s fall meeting in Chicago. Gardner presided over the session “The wide world of adhesion: Symposium in honor of Kash Mittal at 75” and presented a […]

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Bricknell co-edits, major contributor to ‘Sea Lice Biology and Control’

Ian Bricknell, professor of aquaculture biology at the University of Maine and internationally recognized researcher on sea lice, is a co-editor and major contributor to “Sea Lice Biology and Control,” published by 5m Books and available in October 2022. The other co-editors are James Bron and Jim Treasurer. Bricknell is one of 69 authors who […]

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Klimis-Zacas co-edits new book

Dorothy Klimis-Zacas, professor of clinical nutrition in the School of Food and Agriculture, co-edited with Ana Rodriguez-Mateos the book “Berries and Berry Bioactive Compounds in Promoting Health.” More information is on the Royal Society of Chemistry website.

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Ashley participates in CEIA Internship Program Development Training

Taylor Ashley, Maine Business School internship coordinator, was among 40 professionals from the U.S. and Canada who participated in the Cooperative Education and Internship Association (CEIA) Internship Program Development Training in Vail, Colorado in June 2022. The CEIA Academy training focused on topics ranging from the history of co-ops and internships, program structure, strategic approaches […]

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