Posted April 9, 2010
Master of Liberal Arts and Sciences New Media student, Jennifer Smith-Mayo has won the 2010 graduate level Maine Studies Research and Creativity Award for her paper and video titled "Maine: The State of Local Food." This excellent multimedia project explores the emergence of Maine's local food movement in the context of the state's agricultural history and current interest in small farms and organic food.
Jennifer will receive her award, including a $...
March 26, 2010
March 26th, 2010 marked the first anniversary of the Graduate School’s move to Stodder Hall. In the previous six years, the Graduate School offices were divided between Alumni Hall and Winslow Hall.
Plans to bring the Graduate School back together and combine the Graduate Student Government offices (previously in the Memorial Union), the Graduate Student Center and Graduate Student Residence Hall (previously located in Estabrooke) to a newly...
March 22, 2010
The University of Maine Graduate School is pleased to announce the following award recipients for the 2010-2011 academic year.
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Chase Distinguished Research Assistantships (CDRA)
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...