Campus Announcements

Art Museum Gala Set for Sept. 22

The University of Maine Museum of Art will host MOSAIC, its fourth annual gala event, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 22, at the museum at 40 Harlow Street in downtown Bangor. The museum galleries will be transformed into a creative stage for music, art and mingling with fellow museum and art […]

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Campus Community Discussion with Chancellor Page Planned

University of Maine President Paul Ferguson will join University of Maine System Chancellor James Page and UMaine System Trustee Greg Johnson from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 19 in Minsky Recital Hall for a UMaine community discussion about the strategic change efforts emanating from the Board of Trustees’ Goals and Actions Plan. […]

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Marsh Island Bow-Hunting Season Opens

Members of the University of Maine community should be aware that the bow-hunting season has begun in the Marsh Island areas of Orono and Old Town and will continue through Dec. 8. The University of Maine Police Department is asking the general population to be especially vigilant while using recreation trails and bike paths, and […]

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UMaine’s Cote Gains College Football Honor

University of Maine football player Michael Cole has been named the College Football Performance Awards FCS National Defensive Player of the Week and National Defensive Lineman of the Week. Cole, a junior defensive end from North Brunswick, N.J., had a pair of sacks for a loss of 18 yards and a forced fumble at Atlantic […]

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UMaine Prepares for 2012 Family, Friends Weekend

The University of Maine will welcome guests Friday, Saturday and Sunday for Family and Friends Weekend, which includes a host of activities around campus. The events begin Friday evening with a show at the Jordan Planetarium and music, food and drink specials at the Bear’s Den in the Memorial Union. Saturday’s activities include the Black […]

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Thaler to Deliver Climate Change Institute Lecture

Jeff Thaler, the University of Maine’s first visiting professor of energy, policy, law and ethics, will deliver a Climate Change Institute Lecture from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 12 in Hill Auditorium in Barrows Hall. The event is free and open to the public. Thaler’s talk is titled “As the World Burns: From […]

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UMaine Athletics Names Five to Hall of Fame

The University of Maine has selected five former student-athletes for induction into the 2012 Sports Hall of Fame. Former women’s basketball standout Kim Corbitt (2005), men’s basketball player Charlie Goddard (1950), hockey star Steve Kariya (1999), track and field record-holder Richard Nason (1964) and softball great Michelle Puls (1998) will be inducted in the 2012 […]

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UMaine Appoints New International Programs Director

C.K. Kwai has been appointed Director of the University of Maine Office of International Programs, effective Oct. 1, according to Stuart Marrs, UMaine associate provost and dean for undergraduate education. Kwai replaces Karen Boucias, who will continue to serve as director of International Admissions along with other related duties. Kwai is currently the exchange program […]

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Gilmore Remembrance Scheduled September 19

Students, staff and faculty members are invited to join friends and colleagues of Maine Business School professor Carol Gilmore as they celebrate her life with an informal tea at the Buchanan Alumni House from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sept. 19. Friends of Gilmore, who died May 9, are invited to contact Martha Broderick […]

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UMaine Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Program Reaccredited

The Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program at the University of Maine has been reaccredited for the next seven years, the longest professional accreditation period granted to only the strongest programs reviewed by the Washington, D.C.-based American Psychological Association (APA). Accreditation by the APA reflects the quality of educational programs, speaks to a sense of public trust […]

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