News Entry

Items related to general Graduate School news

Graduate School Open House - April 2nd

The University of Maine Graduate School will be hosting a Graduate and Professional Programs Open House from 4-6:30 p.m. on April 2nd in the Graduate Commons (Room 57) of Stodder Hall for those interested in pursuing graduate education at UMaine. Doctorate degrees are available in 30 areas of study and the master’s degree may be earned in more than 75 areas, ranging from the arts, sciences and engineering to professional degrees in the fields of business, education, nursing, communication sciences and disorders, global policy and social work. The event will include refreshments and raffle giveaways.

 

DEADLINE EXTENDED: 2014 Graduate Student Photo & Video Contests Open

The UMaine Graduate School solicits photo submissions for Graduate Student Photography Contest. The contest is open to all UMaine graduate students and will include prizes for 1st place ($100), 2nd place ($50), and 3rd place ($25) in each of three categories: grad student life, grad student research, and grad student teaching. The submission deadline has been extended to Tuesday, March 25, 2014.  For more information, see the guidelines and submission information.  

Guidelines and Submission Information for the Photography Contest

Photography Contest Application

Photo Release Form

 

2014-2015 Award Recipients Announced

The University of Maine Graduate School is pleased to announce the following award recipients for the 2014-2015 academic year.

Chase Distinguished Research Assistantship (CDRA)

Alex Bajcz Ecology and Environmental Science
Jie Cao Marine Biology
Paige Case Chemical Engineering
Jessica Clark Physics
Kourtney Collum Anthropology & Environmental Policy
Raymond Flagg Computer Engineering
John Sullivan Intermedia
Kevin Sullivan Psychology
Lisa Weatherly Biomedical Sciences
William Weathers Mathematics

 

Dean's Fellowship

Amamihe Onwuachumba Electrical & Computer Engineering
 

 

Michael J. Eckardt Dissertation Fellowship in MEIF Areas (Formerly MEIF)

Spring Thesis Workshop 2014

Join Crystal from the Graduate School on Monday, February 26th from 4-6pm in the Graduate Commons of Stodder Hall for an informative session about how to format your thesis or dissertation!  She will be covering common mistakes along with samples of what to do.  Please email the "Thesis Workshop" folder in FirstClass or thesis.workshop@umit.maine.edu with your current degree program to register.  Call 207-581-3291 with any questions.

 

New Book on Advising and Mentoring Doctoral Students by UM Faculty Member Susan Gardner

Did you know that only a little over half of all doctoral students will complete their degrees?  Did you know that a positive relationship with the doctoral advisor has been repeatedly found to be a significant predictor of doctoral student retention and completion?

Most faculty who advise doctoral students do so in one of two ways: Emulate their own advisor (because it was a good experience) or do the exact opposite of their own advisor (because it was a poor one). Rarely are faculty provided with guidance, professional development, or even research related to how to best advise doctoral students. This handbook, written by two experts on doctoral education, provides evidence-based practices, policies, and resources to assist faculty advisors and their doctoral advisees.

To read the new book by UM Faculty Member Susan Gardner about Advising and Mentoring Doctoral Students, find it on Amazon.com.

Graduate School Solicits Nominations for 2014-15 Graduate Fellowships, Assistantships, and Scholarships

To: Department Chairs, Graduate Board Members, Graduate Coordinators, and Administrative Assistants
From: Dean Sandweiss and Associate Dean Delcourt
Date: January 7, 2014

RE: Open Nominations for 2014-15 Financial Awards
 

The Graduate School is currently accepting nominations for competitively-awarded fellowships, assistantships and scholarships for the 2014-15 academic year (see HERE for 2014-2015 Award Nomination Guidelines).  The nomination deadline for the fellowship and assistantship awards is Friday, February 7, 2014, and the nomination for scholarships and the teaching fellowship is Monday, March 3, 2014.  All nominations must be submitted by the graduate program coordinator via the Graduate School website.  Graduate Coordinators will need to create an account, and apply for a "faculty" role in order to access the e-nominationforms.  If there are any questions, please send an email to crystal.burgess@maine.edu and Crystal will assist you.

Information about the Financial Awards is also available on the Graduate School website within the Faculty Hub.  Faculty members will need to create an account (http://www.umaine.edu/graduate/user/register) to view this information, if they have not done so already.

UMaine's Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program Ranked One of Nation's Best by Study

Posted November 25, 2013

The recent article "Hidden gems among clinical psychology training programs" from the Training and Education in Professional Psychology journal, ranked UMaine's Clinical Psychology program ninth out of 233 accredited programs.

To learn more, please go here.

 

A Conversation with Dr. Peter Suber - Open Access Scholarship: Policy, Publication, Peer Review

The University of Maine Graduate School, Fogler Library Digital Commons, and School of Forest Resources present…
A conversation with Dr. Peter Suber
Director, Harvard Office for Scholarly Communication and Harvard Open Access Project
 
Open Access Scholarship: Policy, Publication, Peer Review

 
November 8, 2013
Room 100 Nutting Hall
12:00 – 1:00 PM

Light refreshments will be served

Wireless Printing Now Available in the Grad Center

The Grad Center, located in the lower level of Stodder Hall is open to registered graduate students 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  Students interested in being able to print wirelessly from their laptops should go to the IT website (here) to download the installer.  

Distinguished Alumni Seminar: Dr. Jonathan Paul, UMaine Alumnus

Dr. Jonathan Paul, a graduate of the University of Maine's PhD program in Biomedical Scences and an alumnus of the NSF Northeast Alliance for Graduate Education in the Professoriate (NEAGEP) program will be presenting a talk on his recent research entitled "The Role of Placental Efflux Transporter Proteins in the Maternal-fetal Barrier" on Friday, October 25th at 3:15pm in 57 Stodder Hall.

See the flyer here

Syndicate content