In an effort to better serve the graduate student community, we have decided to push back the submission deadline for GradExpo2013 by one week. The electronic submission form will remain active until March 8th.
Additionally, due to a large number of requests, we will be allowing students to present in any of the traditional categories (Oral, Poster, Intermedia), though only presentation one will be considered for cash prizes.
Remember, in addition to their other presentations, all graduate stude...
On behalf of the University of Maine Graduate Student Government, I am pleased to announce the 2013 UMaine Graduate Student Exposition. Over the course of two days - 28-29 March, 2013 - graduate students from all disciplines will present their research, artistic works, projects and collaborations. In addition to competing for thousands of dollars in cash prizes and recognition for their work, students will be able to interact with representatives from industry and government. This exposit...
Posted February 25, 2013
UMaine History doctoral candidate Rob Gee and Honors College/Maine Studies Program faculty member Katherine O'Flaherty have received an award in recognition of their work in the digital humanities. The 2012 DH Awards recognize excellence in digital humanities in a number of categories. Nominations for DH Awards came from around the digital humanities community and were overseen by the nominations committee.
Gee and Dr. O’Flaherty received their award in the cat...
Posted February 18, 2013
Thomas Leeuw, Master of Science in Oceanography student, recently received honorable mention at two separate conferences for his research. Leeuw presented his work at the American Academy of Underwater Science symposium in Portland, Maine and at the Ocean Optics conference in Glasgow, Scotland. His paper based on the research, titled “Remote Identification of the Invasive Tunicate Didemnum vexillum Using Reflectance Spectroscopy”, has been accepted into the j...