What's New at the Graduate School

  • Posted May 15, 2009 Research by UMaine wildlife ecology professor Cynthia Loftin, doctoral student Amanda Shearin, and recent doctoral graduate Emily Schilling is featured in a New York Times story. Loftin, Shearin, Schilling and others are researching the ecosystems of fishless lakes, which are "becoming increasingly rare" but are scattered around Maine. Shearin received a Maine Ecomonic Improvement Fund (MEIF) summer research fellowship from the Graduate School in 2007. Schi...
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  • May 15, 2009 The Graduate School and the Maine Business School  is proud to announce that three groups of UMaine business students are traveling abroad this spring to learn more about international business. One group of undergraduate and graduate students, led by Dean John Mahon, left on Thursday for Russia. Professors Richard Borgman and Paul Myer left on Friday morning with a group of MBA students headed for Japan. A contingent of MBA students will travel with Prof. Harold Daniel to...
  • Posted April 24, 2009 Brenton Murray, a Master of Business Administration student is the recipient of the 2009 Active Citizenship Award in Community Service from the Bodwell Center for Service and Volunteerism for his charitable work most notably in organizing a UMaine chapter of Habitat for Humanity.  Dr. Nory Jones nominated Murray for his leadership in many fundraising events around campus and has been quoted saying "he consistently demonstrates qualities of dedication, leade...