Along the Mall

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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O’Reilly co-authors new book on social media in sport

Norm O’Reilly, dean of the Graduate School of Business, has co-authored a new book, published by World Scientific. “Social Media in Sport: Theory and Practice” enables students to grasp the holistic enterprise of social media as it pertains to social, legal marketing, and management issues. “With so many factors pushing us more and more to […]

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Tijerina co-authors Border Policy Research Institute report

Stefano Tijerina, Maine Business School lecturer in management and Chris Kobrak Research Fellow in Canadian Business History, is featured as a co-author in a recent report from the Border Policy Research Institute at Western Washington University. “Border Barometer” measures the impacts of Canada-U.S. border restrictions. The Border Policy Research Institute (BPRI) at Western Washington University […]

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UMaine team’s findings in Journal of Metamorphic Geology

Former University of Maine graduate students Steven Spreitzer (M.S. 2017) and Jesse Walters (Ph.D. 2020) have published their research findings on the Larsemann Hills, done in collaboration with UMaine professor Edward Grew. Grew has had a long interest in supercontinent reconstructions involving India and Antarctica, and has collaborated with Australian Antarctic geologists since 1977. Grew […]

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Miller edits, authors two new books

Stephen Miller, professor and chair of the Department of History, is the editor of “Queen Victoria’s Wars: British Military Campaigns, 1857-1902,” available now from Cambridge University Press. The collection, to which Miller also contributed a chapter, is a new history of Britain’s imperial wars during the nineteenth century. Including chapters on wars fought in the […]

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Markides writes 10th book

Kyriacos Markides, professor emeritus of sociology, has written his 10th book: “The Accidental Immigrant: A Quest for Spirit in a Skeptical Age.” The capstone work is published by Rowan & Littlefield (Hamilton Imprint).

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Rogers receives Maine Library Association scholarship

Harley Rogers, a library specialist in the Circulation Department at Raymond H. Fogler Library, has been awarded the 2021 Phyllis E. Ainsworth scholarship from the Maine Library Association. The scholarship is given annually to a Maine resident currently enrolled in a master’s or doctoral degree program in library or information science. Rogers received a B.A. […]

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Three new MEPRI reports available online

The Maine Education Policy Research Institute (MEPRI) published three reports this spring, all of which are now available on the MEPRI website. The publications include “How Students with IEPs and Their Teachers Are Faring in Maine Schools During the COVID-19 Pandemic,” by research associate Patricia Lech and MEPRI co-director Amy Johnson; “School-Community Partnerships in Maine,” […]

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Revitt speaks at New England Historical Association spring conference 

Matthew Revitt, an archivist at the Raymond H. Fogler Library at the University of Maine, participated in a panel titled “Documenting a Pandemic in Real Time: New England Colleges Archiving COVID-19” at the New England Historical Association’s spring conference. Revitt discussed his work building the University of Maine COVID-19 Community Archive, an online archive that […]

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