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Public star shows at the Emera Astronomy Center bring the stars and planets to visitors on Friday nights at 7:00 and Sunday afternoons at 2:00.
Friday night shows feature “Undiscovered Worlds,” an exploration of the hundreds of planets orbiting stars beyond the Sun. Our solar system is not alone in the universe, and with rapidly improving technology and recent endeavors like the Kepler Telescope, the discovery of exoplanets brings us one step closer to the possibility of finding and Earth-like…Find out more »
Lauded by The New York Times for its “intelligence” and “immensely satisfying playing,” the Amernet String Quartet has garnered worldwide praise and recognition. The group formed in 1991 while its founding members were students at The Juilliard School. Amernet rose to international attention, winning the gold medal at the Tokyo International Music Competition and being named first prizewinners of the Banff International String Quartet Competition. University of Maine music Professor Phillip Silver will join the quartet on piano.Find out more »
The Amernet String Quartet with guest Phillip Silver.
Presented by: University of Maine Judaic Studies Program.
Sponsors: University of Maine Humanities Center, Department of History, Department of Philosophy, Division of Lifelong Learning, Honors College, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, UM’s B’nai B’rith Hillel, Congregation Beth Israel
Cooperation with: Maine Peace Action Committee, The Wilson Center, Congregation Beth El
For tickets call: 1.800.622.TIXX
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Conversation in French and brown-bag lunch.
Weekly on Mondays when classes are in session.Find out more »
A Panel Discussion about Science, Communication and the Public.
Laura Helmuth, Ph.D, Science and Health Editor, Slate.com and 2015 Alan Miller Fund Visiting Journalist.
Matthew C. Nisbet, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Communication Studies and Affiliate Associate Professor of Public Policy and Urban Affairs at Northeastern University, and Senior Editor, Research Encyclopedia Climate Science (Oxford University Press).
Jackie Farwell, Health Editor, Bangor Daily News.
Moderator: Jennifer E. Moore, Assistant Professor, Communication & Journalism, University of MaineFind out more »
This 5-part course will take place on Monday evenings, Feb. 23, March 16, 23, 30 and April 13, from 6:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m. There will also be a Beekeepers Field Day/Tri-County Beekeepers Open Hive meeting, date and time TBA.
Speakers in the industry will be on hand to discuss the honey bee colony, constructing and gathering equipment, establishing hives, honey production and more.
The course will take place at the UMaine Cooperative Extension office, 63 Boggy Brook Road, Ellsworth. Cost: $60…Find out more »
The Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center at the University of Maine presents The Margaret Chase Smith Lectureship on Public Affairs with U.S. Senator Susan Collins
Call 207.581.1648 or email MCSPC@maine.edu.
Free and open to the public ~ No backpacks allowedFind out more »
Join us on March 31 at 6 p.m. in Fogler’s Library Classroom for a viewing of “Disruption.”
From the film’s website: “Disruption tells the story of the greatest crisis mankind has ever faced and the movement rising to fight it by weaving together commentary from the most recognized voices analyzing climate, politics and society today with behind-the-scenes footage of the efforts to organize The People’s Climate March – the largest climate rally in history. Featuring James Hansen, Naomi Oreskes, Van…Find out more »
Conversation in German and brown-bag lunch.
Weekly on Wednesdays when classes are in session.Find out more »
Cooking for Crowds Food Safety Training workshop announced for Spring: April 1 at the UMaine Cooperative Extension office in Falmouth, 1-4:30 p.m. The cost is $15.00 per person (scholarship available).
Register at: umaine.edu/food-health/food-safety/cooking-for-crowds/
Many organizations and community groups rely on volunteers like you for a variety of food events for fundraising, fellowship, food pantries or other service to the community. But cooking for a crowd is tricky. How do you store all that food? When is the food completely cooked?…Find out more »
“Supporting In-Class Group Work” is the third in a year-long series of Professional Development for instructors of STEM disciplines. Please join us. T.A.s, M.L.A.s and post-docs welcome.
RSVP at umaine.qualtrics.com//SE/?SID=SV_9ulGR4AMSC0GF93.Find out more »
Talk by Professor Katharine Ott, Bates College.
bates.edu/mathematics/faculty-staff/katharine-ott/Find out more »
Candidate for the Doctor of Philosophy Degree in History.
“For Women and Themselves: Lou Hoover, Betty Ford and the Women’s Movement of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries.”Find out more »
Candidate for the Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Chemical Engineering.
“Force Interactions in Forwards Roll Coating and Printing.”Find out more »
Conversation in Spanish and brown-bag lunch.
Weekly on Thursdays when classes are in session.Find out more »
Presented by Juno Gemes, highly acclaimed Australian documentary photographer.
Part of the Socialist and Marxist Studies Series.Find out more »
For more information on the Spring 2015 New Writing Series, visit nwsnews.wordpress.com/.
Free and open to the public.Find out more »
Presented by James McConnon, Extension Business and Economics Specialist and Professor of Economics at the University of Maine.Find out more »
The University of Maine Museum of Art is delighted to present Andy Warhol: Photographs and Screenprints. Andy Warhol, a seminal figure of America pop art, was known for elevating aspects of popular culture and consumerism into the realm of “high art.” This exhibition is the focal point of UMMA’s 2015 season and is a significant opportunity to introduce citizens and visitors to the work of this important artist.
Photographs and Screenprints showcases two recent gifts to UMMA’s permanent collection from…Find out more »