What's New at the Graduate School

  • Posted November 18, 2013 Md. Rakibul Hassan Khan is one of six students (one of three Master level students) in the world chosen to receive a Chilean-German fellowship to attend and present his research at the First Conference on Natural Resources and Development in Viña Del Mar, Chile on November 25-27, 2013. According to the website for the event, this conference will focus on, “food, water and energy security: integrated science for sustainability as an opportunity to connect the...
  • Posted November 11, 2013 Since 2012, graduate students in Communication and Journalism have co-authored 15 publications (student authors are in bold).                     Smith, H., & Norton, T. (2013). Environmental Groups on Par with Government Sources. Newspaper Research Journal, 34 (1), 50-61. McGreavy, B., Hutchins, K., Smith, H., Lindenfeld, L., Silka, L. (2013) Addressing the complexities of boundary work in sustainability science...
  • The University of Maine Graduate School, Fogler Library Digital Commons, and School of Forest Resources present… A conversation with Dr. Peter Suber Director, Harvard Office for Scholarly Communication and Harvard Open Access Project   Open Access Scholarship: Policy, Publication, Peer Review   November 8, 2013 Room 100 Nutting Hall 12:00 – 1:00 PM Light refreshments will be served
  • Posted October 28, 2013 Amanda Favreau, Doctor of Philosophy in Biomedical Sciences student, has published multiple research papers since beginning her graduate studies at the University of Maine. Favreau has worked on a variety of research topics in her rotations in both Dr. Sathyanarayana’s and Dr. Vary’s labs at the Maine Medical Center Research Institute. Her own thesis research focuses on the role microRNA have in acute myeloid leukemia with the hope that by better understandin...