Posted September 15, 2008
Jeffrey H. Marsh is a PhD student in the Department of Earth Sciences. His dissertation research addresses how the strength of large faults (and their deeper shear zones) in Earth’s crust evolves with time and progressive tectonic plate motions. This question is at the core of cutting-edge research in fault mechanics, and has important societal implications owing to the hazards posed by seismogenic faults like the San Andreas Fault in California . Jeff pa...
Posted September 11, 2008
Dane Wojcicki, a Master of Liberal Arts student in New Media with a focus in documentary photography and videography of natural science, was recently honored at the International Conservation Photography Awards (ICP Awards) 2008 Competition. Dane’s photograph, which was taken on a recent University of Maine phytoplankton research cruise off the coast of Iceland, received an honorable mention in the Student Category. His work was selected from over 1,000 entrie...
Posted September 2nd, 2008
Julie-Ann Scott has recently been recognized by Senator Richard Nass and Representative Joan M. Nass with a legislative sentiment for her poster entitled "Subversive Bodies' Extraordinary Stories: A Performance of Identity Analysis of Physically Disabled Professionals Personal Narratives." To see the newspaper article written about Julie-Ann's award please click here. Julie-Ann also received an award for the Top Poster at the Society f...
July 30, 2008
All New Graduate Teaching Assistants and New Graduate Students are invited to attend the Graduate School's annual orientation to be held this year on August 27th and 28th in the Donald P. Corbett Business Building. Please use the links below to view more information about orientation.
Agenda for the New Teaching Assistants Orientation
Wednesday, August 27th, 2008