Along the Mall

Reeve to spend spring semester on a Fulbright in Mexico

Hydrogeologist Andrew Reeve, a University of Maine professor of Earth sciences, will spend the spring 2022 semester as a Fulbright-Garcia-Robles Scholar in Mexico.  Reeve will collaborate with Flor Arcega Cabrera at the National Autonomous University of Mexico in Sisal, whose research focuses on geochemistry and environmental pollution. Reeve will assist with an ongoing project studying […]

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Kreutz to serve as UArctic chair

Karl Kreutz, director of the University of Maine School of Earth and Climate Sciences and professor in the Climate Change Institute, has been selected as the University of the Arctic Chair in Arctic Ice, Climate and Environmental History. University of the Arctic (UArctic) is a network of universities, colleges, research institutes and other organizations concerned […]

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Book co-authored by Mette receives Choice Reviews Outstanding Academic Title Award

Ian Mette, associate professor of educational leadership at the University of Maine, and Carl Glickman, professor emeritus at the University of Georgia’s Mary Frances Early College of Education, received a 2021 Choice Reviews Outstanding Academic Title Award from the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL). The award recognizes their book, “The Essential Renewal of […]

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NASPA awards honor Allan, Caron-produced video

A short video written and produced by professor of family relations and human sexuality Sandra Caron received the Outstanding Peer Education Program Award at the 2021 NASPA General Assembly. NASPA, or the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, is the professional association for Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education. The video, “A Recipe for Disaster: […]

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Beyond Crisis Schooling project receives 2021 NREA Best Research Award

Associate professor of educational leadership Catharine Biddle and lecturer in educational leadership Maria Frankland received the National Rural Education Association’s 2021 Best Research Award for the Beyond Crisis Schooling project. Since COVID-19 caused schools across the country to go remote in spring 2020, Biddle and Frankland have led the project, in which they examine how […]

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O’Reilly co-authors new book

Norm O’Reilly, dean of the Graduate School of Business, has co-authored a new book titled “Sport Sponsorship Insights.” Sponsorship is a vital area of sport business and this book is an introduction for practitioners who seek to better understand and use sponsorship. It includes insights into real-world practices from the authors, who have extensive industry […]

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Spaulding publishes dissertation research in Science

Emily Spaulding, 2019 Graduate School of Biomedical Science and Engineering (GSBSE) Ph.D. in biomedical sciences, has published the culmination of her dissertation work in two papers in the Sept. 3 issue of Science. Emily’s work showed that mutations that cause a form of inherited peripheral neuropathy (Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease type 2D) lead to defects in proteins […]

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