What's New at the Graduate School

  • March 17, 2010 The Graduate School congratulates the following members of the Graduate Faculty who were granted tenure and/or promotion at the March 16 meeting of the University of Maine System Board of Trustees meeting: PROMOTED TO PROFESSOR  Richard H. Borgman, Finance (former Grad Executive Committee member)  Gloria L. Vollmers, Accounting  Craig A. Mason, Education and Applied Quantitative Methods  Stephen M. Miller, History  Touradj Solouki, Chemistry...
  •   February 17, 2010   The Library is introducing a new series of monthly graduate colloquia. The first in the series will be held on February 23rd at noon in the Library Classroom. Craig Lodis will be the speaker. His topic is “Testing the Perseverative Cognition Hypothesis: Examining the Relationship Between Worry, Rumination, and Heart-rate Variability.” The Graduate Colloquia are an opportunity for students to talk in an informal environment about their thesis...
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  • January 15, 2010   The University of Maine System Board of Trustees recently approved several new graduate programs to be offered at the University of Maine. Master of Arts in Global Policy In response to student interest and a need for qualified public policy and international affairs professionals, the University of Maine has established a new master’s degree program in the School of Policy and International Affairs (SPIA). The program, a Master of Arts in Global Policy, wi...