Posted October 29, 2010
Chris Tonra, Ecology and Environmental Sciences doctoral student, for his recent NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant award 'The Role of Breeding Hormones in Seasonal Interactions: How Do Birds Meet the Conflicting Demands of Breeding Preparation and Migration?' The award will help fund Tonra's final year of data collection for his doctoral dissertation.
It is critical that researchers examine how environmental factors act as carr...
All are invited to attend a presentation and roundtable discussion on Global Environmental Security on October 25-26 sponsored by the School of Policy & International Affairs (SPIA) at the University of Maine in collaboration with the University of Maine Climate Change Institute, and the Environmental Change and Security Program (ECSP) at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
These events are free and open to the public. Flyer available here.
Monday, 25 Octob...
Posted: October, 11th
Poet and Master of Arts in English Alumna, Rachel Perry will receive the University of Maine-based National Poetry Foundation's first annual Millay Prize for Poetry at a ceremony and reading Thursday, Sept. 30. Internationally acclaimed poet and essayist Ann Lauterbach, who served as a judge for in the selection of the first Millay Prize winner, will join Perry for a poetry reading in a special event of the university's New Writing Series. For mor...
Posted October 1, 2010
Amanda Shearin, a doctoral student in the Ecology and Environmental Science program has had her research of fishless lakes featured in the Maine Public Broadcasting Network's (MPBN) Maine Watch. For the full video please visit the MPBN website.