What's New at the Graduate School

  • The University of Maine Graduate School is hosting a Graduate and Professional Programs Open House from 4-6 p.m. on October 29 in 42 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,...
  • On Tuesday, October 7th, The University of Maine awarded Howard Reiche, Jr. a Master of Professional Studies in Biochemistry after more than 60 years. 85-year old Reiche found out after finishing all of the work for the master's that he needed just one more undergraduate prerequisite course in order to complete the degree in the early 1950's.  “At the time, I was 21, married, with no money and the draft hanging over my head,” says Reiche. “Spending another ye...
  • The College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Advising Center (CLAS) is hosting the 3rd annual Academic Advising Workshop for faculty, staff, and graduate assistants covering a wide variety of advising topics. This workshop will better acquaint anyone with some form of advising responsibilities regarding the rigors of student advising. The workshop is designed to provide additional resources for addressing complex questions often asked by students and/or advisees. Please view the i...
  • Elisa Sance, a doctoral student in History was one of 50 participants chosen from 400 applicants throughout Canada, the United States, Caribbean, and South America to attend the Forum Des Jeunes Ambassadeurs De La Francophonie Des Ameriques at the University of Saint-Boniface in Winnipeg, Canada. Over the course of this week long event held this June, Sance attended lectures, workshops, screenings, and discussions promoting the French language and culture, intercultural dialog, and the use...