What's New at the Graduate School

  • Posted August 31, 2010 Tim Garrity, a Master of Arts in History student whose focus is Maine history, has been named executive director of the Mount Desert Island Historical Society. Garrity, who lives in Somesville, served as president and CEO of Blue Hill Memorial Hospital from 2002-2008. To see the full story in the Mount Desert Islander of Garrity's accomplishment, please click here.
  • In order to better serve the continuing needs of educators within the state of Maine as well as from other states, the University of Maine has developed a completely on-line, asynchronous master's degree program focusing on Curriculum, Assessment and Instruction. Beginning with the 2010-11 academic year, a scholarship is available to U.S. residents from other states that will defray the cost between resident and nonresident tuition rates to help support access to the program by out-of-st...
  • This Fall Semester begins, the Graduate School will select 10 applicants to participate in two Dissertation & Thesis Studios at the Graduate Student Center in Stodder Hall. The core of the Studio is a series of structured collaborative workshops facilitated by members of the graduate faculty with expertise in writing, primarily dedicated to engaging participants in structured peer-review and feedback on works in progress, and especially useful for those dissertators and thesis-writers see...
  • All Graduate Faculty, Graduate Students with their Families and Support Staff are invited to the annual Graduate School Picnic Stodder Hall Patio (East Side)   Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2010 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. Rain Date: (Thursday, Sept. 16)