Research learning experiences at UMaine

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Anna Schumann:
The spark for me to do research really came from a freshman year class that I took.

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UMaine Graduates on their Research Learning Experience

Drew Bennett:
I got to go down to the John F. Kennedy Space Center in Florida as part of the NASA robotics mining challenge team and being able to go down there to the NASA center was incredible.

Caroline Strolic:
My sophomore year I was actually a special projects intern at the on-campus Hudson Museum. So I got to do a bunch of cool things like handle artifacts.

Jordan Miner:
Growing up, like, I was always interested in research but I never really thought I could do it as a freshman coming into college.

Bailey West:
This work is very fulfilling because it allows me to feel like I’m having an impact, as an undergraduate. I was really drawn to the University of Maine, especially for the opportunity to have undergraduate driven research here.

Drew Bennett:
I love that it’s never the same thing. I love that it’s constantly changing, you’re constantly innovating, constantly working with new technologies and new ideas.

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Experience the breadth and depth of the state’s research university

Jordan Miner:
You’re doing something that’s novel and it makes you just question and think about the world and what we know in different ways.

Ana Eliza Souza Cunha:
It’s really important to just get involved. You can find your passion that way. It helps keep your eyes open to other opportunities.

Jordan Miner:
So, I definitely think that research has played a very good, positive, role at my time at the University of Maine.

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umaine.edu/rle