Campus Announcements

Mark Woodward to moderate Cohen Lecture discussion

Former Bangor Daily News executive editor Mark Woodward will moderate a discussion involving former U.S. Secretary of Defense William Cohen and Retired U.S. Marine General James Jones, the first National Security Advisor in the Obama Administration, on Thursday Nov. 17 at the University of Maine. The moderated discussion on the Arab Spring, a series of […]

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Police investigating damaged signs

University of Maine police are asking for the public’s help as they investigate a recent rash of sign vandalism on campus. Five building signs have been kicked and damaged since Wednesday, Oct. 26.  Those signs are the blue markers for Cutler Health Center, Cumberland Hall, Aubert Hall, Oak Hall and Libby Hall. Police have recovered […]

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Grad student recognized for research project

Karen Hutchins, a University of Maine Ph.D. candidate in Communication and Journalism and a graduate research assistant for Maine’s Sustainability Solutions Initiative, was recognized by the National Science Foundation for her research poster on partnerships between universities and municipalities. That recognition came at NSF’s National EPSCoR Conference in October.

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President announces strategic planning group

A message from President Ferguson, announcing the composition of UMaine’s Strategic Planning Leadership Team It is with great pleasure that I announce the composition of the Leadership Team that will be working with me and Linda Silka to bring together ideas for UMaine’s Strategic Plan for excellence for the next five years.  The membership brings […]

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UMaine art museum gallery talk Nov. 9

University of Maine Museum of Art Director George Kinghorn will host an informal gallery talk at the museum, in downtown Bangor, on Wednesday Nov. 9 at 12 noon.  The talk, and accompanying tour, will cover the Carlo Pittore exhibition “Studio Life,” at the museum through December 30.  The presentation, part of the museum’s ART@NOON gallery […]

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Winter parking rules in effect

The UMaine Parking Services Office reminds commuters that UMaine’s winter parking ban begins tonight and continues through May 1, 2012.  During that time period all staff, commuter and visitor lots close at midnight and reopen at 6 a.m. (even if it is not snowing). Please remember that the Bridge Tennis Court Lot and the South […]

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Community conversation with President Ferguson Thursday

A Community Conversation with President Paul Ferguson Thursday, Oct. 27, 3 p.m. Hauck Auditorium University of Maine President Paul Ferguson will offer his perspectives and first impressions of UMaine as he nears the end of the first quarter of his inaugural year.

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