Campus Announcements

Bryant, Mahaleris named Maine Press Association Scholars

The Maine Press Association, in collaboration with the University of Maine, has awarded 2018–2019 Maine Press Association Scholarships to UMaine undergraduate students Hailey Bryant of Gorham, Maine, and Nina Mahaleris of Orono, Maine. Bryant and Mahaleris are journalism majors. Bryant writes for The Maine Campus, the school’s independent student newspaper, and Mahaleris is completing an […]

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Summer University 2019 courses available for viewing, registration Feb. 1

Summer University 2019 courses are now available for viewing on MaineStreet. With early viewing, students can better plan their course schedules for spring and summer to ensure they meet their educational goals. Summer is a great time for students to continue their coursework and make progress toward completing their degree. Registration begins Feb. 1. Summer […]

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Call for submissions for student philosophy journal

The University of Maine Philosophy Club is accepting submissions for the second issue of the student philosophy journal “dwell.” Philosophical writings, poems, personal essays and short stories are all welcome. If interested in submitting a piece or becoming a part of the journal’s editing team, email umainephiclub@gmail.com for more information.

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First three UMaineOnline graduate courses attain GOLD status

Three University of Maine courses are the first to attain UMaineGOLD status, according to the Graduate School and Division of Lifelong Learning. The three courses — SED 536 (Instructional Strategies for Students with Severe Disabilities) and SED 598 (Collaboration and Transitions), both core courses taught by Sarah Howorth in the M.Ed. program in special education; […]

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Study Abroad Fair to be held Jan. 31

The University of Maine International Programs’ Study Abroad Fair will be held 11 a.m.–2 p.m. Jan. 31 in the first-floor ballroom of Estabrooke Hall. The free event is held to inform UMaine students, faculty and staff about the programs available for all majors to study, intern, research or teach abroad. Information will be available on […]

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UMaine to host 24-hour America East hackathon beginning March 2

Innovative, tech-savvy, entrepreneurial students will tackle challenges facing America’s farmers at the America East hackathon (Hack AE) March 2–3 at the University of Maine. Jeffrey Hecker, UMaine’s executive vice president for academic affairs and provost, said the university is honored to host the third annual 24-hour civic hackathon. “Hack AE 2019 will provide a unique […]

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Alum Scott Horey to hold free concert, percussion clinic Jan. 24

University of Maine alumnus Scott Horey ’07 will return to the School of Performing Arts to perform a solo concert at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 24 in Minsky Recital Hall. Horey performs nationally and internationally as a solo percussionist and drummer and recently returned from a tour in Poland, Denmark and Greece. The principal percussionist of […]

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