What's New at the Graduate School

  • Please join us as we recognize the career achievements of three amazing UMaine women faculty and discuss how the challenges and opportunities for women pursuing of careers in the STEM and Social and Behavior Sciences has changed and how they have stayed the same over the past few decades! See attached flyer! Wednesday April 16, 2014 -  2:00 - 4:00 pm - Wells 1 Dr. Susan Brawley, School of Marine Science Small is beautiful: Marine eggs, spores and bacteria Panel Discussion feat...
  • The Graduate Student Government and Graduate School are pleased to announce the award recipients for the following awards:  President’s Research Impact Award: Spencer Meyer Innovation Award: Spencer Meyer Provost Teaching Award 1st Place:  Rebecca White 2nd Place: John Bell 3rd Place: Matthew McEntee   Mentoring Award 1st Place: Brittany Cline 2nd Place: Agnes Taylor 3rd Place: Kara Lorion   Grad Videography Award: Hari Prasath Palani   Grad Photography Awards Gra...
  • Posted April 14, 2014 Dr. Kurt Rademaker, 2012 doctoral graduate from the University of Maine and faculty associate of both the Department of Anthropology and the Climate Change Institute, recently received the 16th Tubingen Research Prize in Early Prehistory and Quaternary Ecology. The award is offered by the Eberhard Karls University in Tubingen, Germany and was created to foster innovative research among young scholars studying Ice Age archaeology, Quaternary ecology and human evolution. As t...
  • Posted April 14, 2014 School of Marine Sciences graduate student Jocelyn Runnebaum helped develop and write the recently funded project for studying Atlantic cod and cusk bycatch in the lobster fishery, which potentially has significant impacts on the management of the Maine lobster fishery. Runnebaum is in the dual MS program in Marine Policy and Marine Biology. The Saltonstall-Kennedy Grant grant was awarded through NOAA for a two year project. Specifically this research aims to assess if Atla...