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UMaine Proposes to Develop Seven New Online Masters Programs with Project Seven 24/7

Posted 9/20/10

In response to the University of Maine System's New Challenges/New Directions clarion call for significantly increasing the number of students enrolled in online degree programs, Project Seven 24/7 was proposed as The University of Maine's commitment to this goal and to its historic statewide, land-grant mission of outreach for the state of Maine.

University of Maine Offers Scholarship Incentive for New On-Line Master of Education Program

In order to better serve the continuing needs of educators within the state of Maine as well as from other states, the University of Maine has developed a completely on-line, asynchronous master's degree program focusing on Curriculum, Assessment and Instruction.

The 2010 Dissertation & Thesis Studio: Call for Applications

This Fall Semester begins, the Graduate School will select 10 applicants to participate in two Dissertation & Thesis Studios at the Graduate Student Center in Stodder Hall.

Annual Graduate School Picnic

All Graduate Faculty, Graduate Students with their Families and Support Staff are invited to the annual

New First Semester Checklist for Graduate Students Now Available

May 27, 2010

The Graduate School is proud to introduce the First Semester Checklist which gives newly admitted graduate students some important information on beginning their career as a graduate student on our campus.  To get the checklist please click here.

Graduate Alumni Recognize Mentors at Recognition Ceremony

Posted May 8, 2010

The following faculty members were recently honored at the 2010 Recognition Ceremony.


  • Theodore Coladarci
  • Scott Collins
  • Paul Myer
  • Brian Olsen
  • Raymond Pelletier




The Graduate Community Celebrates First Anniversary in New Location: First Annual Stodder Day

March 26, 2010


 March 26th, 2010 marked the first anniversary of the Graduate School’s move to Stodder Hall.  In the previous six years, the Graduate School offices were divided between Alumni Hall and Winslow Hall.

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