Posted February 11, 2013
Master of Science in Ecology and Environmental Science student Matthew Jones is leading a $50,000 grant funded by the California Center for Produce Safety at the University of California. The grant is titled "Evaluation of the level of white-tailed deer fecal colonization by E. coli O157:H7 and the ecological role of dung beetles with the pathogen in produce farms.” Jones’ research is intended to evaluate the association between E. coli in wildlife feces...
Join Dottie & Crystal from the Graduate School on Monday, February 25th from 1-3pm or Tuesday, February 26th from 2-4pm in the Graduate Commons of Stodder Hall for an informative session about how to format your thesis or dissertation! They will be covering the same information on both days and will focus on common mistakes along with samples of what to do. Please email the "Thesis Workshop" folder in FirstClass or email@example.com with the session y...
Ana Mauricio, a Doctor of Philosophy of Interdisciplinary Studies student, is the February 2013 Graduate Student of the Month.
Graduate School: Where are you from originally?
Mauricio: I am from Peru.
Graduate School: What undergraduate institution(s) did you previously attend?
Mauricio: I attended to the National University of Trujillo in Peru.
Graduate School: Why did you choose to attend UMaine?
Mauricio: I chose UMaine because I was interested in applying environmental studies and geo-archae...
Posted February 6, 2013
Neil Shelley’s film, Telling Hannah, has been accepted into the third annual Lewiston Auburn Film Festival. Shelley is an UMaine Intermedia MFA student, manager of the Collaborative Media Lab in the Fogler Library, and a Teaching Assistant for Professional Video Production at the University. According to Shelley, in the film,
“After the death of her father, Hannah is raised by her Uncle Tim. As both Hannah and Tim move on, the pair forms a close bond with one...