What's New at the Graduate School

  • Maine’s Department of Communication and Journalism hosted the 2013 National Communication Association Doctoral Honors Seminar (DHS) from July 18-21. The DHS has been held since 1970 and is the premier graduate event of our national organization. The Seminar was highly successful. With 29 students from 22 universities and 9 faculty representing 7 universities, it was truly a national affair. The Schoodic Education and Research Center proved to be a magnificent venue. Attendees were openly m...
  • Posted September 12, 2013 University of Maine graduate student Bridie McGreavy was one of 29 doctoral students nationwide who were selected to participate in this year’s Doctoral Honors Seminar of the National Communication Association, July 18–21 in Bar Harbor. For more than three decades, the seminar has brought together the top Ph.D. students and faculty to discuss current topics in communication. The National Communication Association is the largest professional communication o...
  • Posted September 9, 2013 Sustainability Solutions Initiative (SSI) and Wildlife Ecology doctoral student Kristine Hoffman was featured recently in a news broadcast on Bangor TV stations Fox 22 and ABC 7. The UMaine student is studying researching the breeding ecology, habitat selection and life histories of the blue-spotted salamander (Ambystoma laterale), including the distance they emigrate from vernal pools. The broadcast featured highlights from Kristine’s research focusing on the cons...
  • The New Graduate Teaching Assistant Orientation held on August 28th provided students with information about how to be productive within the classroom in addition to some other important information which can be found at out Teaching Resources page.