What's New at the Graduate School

  • Posted March 2, 2009 Dan Flannery, a student in the Intermedia MFA program has won a Grand Prize Award in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest.  Flannery's song "One Wasn't Enough" won in the Children's category, and can be described as 'a catchy tune with funny lyrics.'  He is also a finalist for both the Lennon Award, and the Maxell Song of the Year that will award $20,000 (winners to be announced in July 2009).  To listen to Flannery's so...
  • March 2, 2009 The Graduate School and the Intermedia MFA program is proud to announce that MFA in Intermedia student Dan Flannery received a Grand Prize Award in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest. Flannery won in the Children's category for his song "One Wasn't Enough," a catchy tune with funny lyrics that simultaneously offer an insightful commentary on our culture of consumption. As a Grand Prize Winner Flannery is also a finalist for both the Lennon Award and the Ma...
  • February 25, 2009 Assistant Professor of Higher Education Dr. Susan K. Gardner's recent research reveals UMaine Doctoral students complete their programs at higher rates than the national average.  Dr. Gardner who studies student success and retention at the doctoral level, has spent the past nine months analyzing data for nearly 1,500 doctoral students who have been enrolled since 1990. A full list of Dr. Gardner's publications can be found here.
  • Posted February 13th, 2009 - A Master of Science student in Civil Engineering, Daniel Alvarez was recently recognized by the American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA) for his research at UMaine's Advanced Structures & Composites Center (AEWC).  Alvarez, along with Dr. Roberto Lopez-Anido, Dr. William Davids, and AEWC Director Habib Dagher were acknowledged for having the best technical paper in the green composites track.