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Undergraduate Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Training Spring 2024


The Office of Research Compliance will be offering online Responsible Conduct of Research training for undergraduate students on Brightspace from Friday, March 1st to Friday, April 5th, 2024. Undergraduate students who are participating in research sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF), the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and/or the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of […]

ECLIPSE: The Moments of Wonder

Versant Power Astronomy Center 167 Rangeley Rd., Orono, ME, United States

Join us for an immersive view of eclipses, the most spectacular sights in the sky! Explore the nature of these special celestial alignments and get prepared to safely observe them.  Experience the awe and wonder with stunning images of both solar and lunar eclipses captured by a world-renowned astro-photographer from locations around the globe.   The […]


Total Eclipse: Chasers of the Lost Sleep

Kentucky, a sleepless hen, and star of social networks, finds out that animals fall asleep during total eclipses. With the help of her robot J.O.S., she travels through space-time in search of the perfect total solar eclipse, in the hope of finding sleep at last. On her journey, she discovers the conditions that make eclipses […]


Dark Side of the Moon: 50 Years in a Heartbeat

Versant Power Astronomy Center 167 Rangeley Rd., Orono, ME, United States

Pink Floyd’s iconic album The Dark Side Of The Moon, originally released in March 1973, turns 50, and what more fitting a place to celebrate it and experience it than in a Planetarium, through the music set to visuals? With the help of modern technology, the idea of a show combining breath-taking views of the […]


Talk – Making space for seafood in our food systems

107 Norman Smith Hall, UMaine, Orono

The talk will be held virtually via Zoom and in-person at 107 Norman Smith Hall, UMaine, Orono. Virtual attendance: Complete the registration form for Zoom connection information, click here.  Speaker: Josh Stoll, School of Marine Resources, University of Maine Seafood is a vital source of nutrition, cultural identity, and economic activity, yet we often forget […]


Literature Reviews: Search Strategically

Fogler Library Classroom 1 University of Maine, Orono, ME, United States

This workshop will cover advanced techniques to maximize database searching, including using controlled vocabulary, searching for foundational authors, and setting alerts to keep up-to-date with new sources related to your research topic.

Think Like AI:  Unlocking Smarter Decision-Making in an Uncertain World.

The Maine Center 300 Fore Street, Portland, ME, United States

Think Like AI:  Unlocking Smarter Decision-Making in an Uncertain World Part of our 6-part Interactive Series: Leveraging the Flagship Dr. Yonggang Lu is a Harold Alfond Associate Professor of Business Analytics at the Maine Business School at the University of Maine. This in-person event is about demystifying artificial intelligence and exploring its potential for decision-making. […]


Helping to Calm Strong Emotions with Resonant Language


Participants will learn practical strategies for helping calm strong emotions in ourselves and others. Together, we’ll delve into verbal and somatic strategies to move away from brittle reactivity and into resilient responsiveness. You will leave this course with an understanding of how neuroscience and resonant language can help strengthen harmony and authentic connection. This dynamic, […]


Intimate Partner Violence Training


This two-day program, presented in partnership with New Hope Midcoast, is designed for social workers, substance abuse counselors and other mental health professionals, as well as clergy, police officers and first responders to become certified in intimate partner violence training. You will learn the foundations of domestic abuse, how to address the lasting impact of […]