Calendar of Events
April 20, 2012
Candidate for a Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry
Development and Mechanisms of Hydrodeoxygenation Catalysts for Upgrading Pyrolysis Oil
Friday mornings (8:30 – noon) from January 27th to May 4th, 2012 (plus 2 Saturdays), an intensive training in horticulture, focusing on growing fruits and vegetables. The purpose of the Master Gardener program is to provide horticultural training to prepare you to do gardening-related volunteer work in the local community. After completing the training, you are expected to volunteer at least 40 hours within one year on an already established project.
Deadline to apply is Wednesday January 4th, 2012. Sliding scale course fee, some scholarships available.
Australian-born artist Ruth Marshall creates life-size pelts of various animals using colored wool yarn.
Free admission for 2012 is generously provided by Machias Savings Bank in memory of Ted Leonard.
The museum is wheelchair accessible.
Candidate for a Master of Science in Computer Engineering
Deployable Visualization and Cloud Infrastructure for K-12, Research, and Collaboration
Candidate for a Doctor of Education in Literacy Education
Educator Responses to Technology Influences in a 1:1 Laptop Middle School
Candidate for a Master of Arts in English
A Certain Season of Horror: Ghost Stories
Candidate for a Master of Science in Spatial Information Science and Engineering
3-D Geometric Sensor-Based Object Detection in Indoor Environments
From northern lights to garden flowers, color fills our lives. Cosmic Colors explains how we use the rainbow to see, understand, and explore our universe. This yea’s solar storm activity is featured with an explanation of northern lights and viewing tips. Discussion of more active Northern Lights and a tour of the night sky prepare visitors for the omnidome adventure, Cosmic Colors.
Admission is FREE with a current Student MaineCard. More info at http://www.GalaxyMaine.com
The SkyLase series brings rock music and star stories illustrated by laser animations, sweeping patterns and full-dome video to the Jordan Planetarium dome daily. Star legends and classic rock and roll favorites, include single premiere artists or theme playlists in each show.
Tickets available for advance purchase at Jordan Planetarium on the Orono campus, and by mail. Seating is limited to 30 seats. All programs approx. 40 minutes.
See GalaxyMaine.com for complete show listings and get your rock on.