Lord Hall Gallery at the University of Maine will feature a new multimedia exhibition by artist and researcher Nina Elder titled “HOLD.” In this exhibition, Elder explores the various implications […]
Undergraduate students from all disciplines are invited to submit research project proposals to the CUGR/MSGC Academic Year Fellowship Call for Proposals. Winners will receive a $2,000 award to help cover the […]
Vampires, Witches, Goblins, and other spooky creatures. What do you associate with Halloween? Trick-or-Treating, costumes, or something more… Be it ghoulish or ghostly, Halloween is an astronomical holiday. Experience the history of Halloween and how it fits into the seasons as a “cross-quarter day.” From Celtic roots around the harvest and bonfires to modern celebrations, […]
You do not have to wait until 3 a.m. to experience the true terror of the witching hour. Take your "Spooky Scary Skeletons" out of the closet and join us at the Versant Power Astronomy Center for a month-long "Monster Mash". We will "Put a Spell on You" for the entire month of October with a menacing myriad […]
Create rainbow keyrings and bracelets with us!
Speaker: Tom Danielson, Aquatic Toxicology Unit, Maine Department of Environmental Protection Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), also known as “forever chemicals”, is a group of man-made chemicals that can be toxic and remain in the for a very long time. Some kinds of PFAS bioaccumulate in freshwater fish, often reaching hundreds to thousands times more […]
Speaker: Tom Danielson, Aquatic Toxicology Unit, Maine Department of Environmental Protection Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), also known as “forever chemicals”, is a group of man-made chemicals that can be toxic and remain in the environment for a very long time. Some kinds of PFAS bioaccumulate in freshwater fish, often reaching hundreds to thousands times more […]
Join us as University of Maine Professor of Forest Recreation Management John Daigle conducts an armchair conversation about the operational, philosophical and political realities of running Acadia National Park, Maine’s most visited natural destination. Acadia faces challenges ranging from climate change to increasing diversity of its visitors to managing congestion and crowding. Acadia Superintendent Kevin […]
This free workshop will teach participants to take photos and videos that they can use to show the beauty of their research through their own eyes. This interactive course will be taught by two of UMaine's top visual media experts, Adam Küykendall and Ron Lisnet. During Visual Storytelling Essentials, participants will learn: How to set […]
Join Maine Association of School Libraries VP Beth Andersen, Maine Library Association President Sonya Durney, Maine State Librarian Lori Fisher, and Bangor Public Library Director Ben Treat for a salon bringing together various perspectives on censorship. Library professionals will discuss the history and legal aspects of book banning, national trends and legislation leading up to […]
The Office of the Vice President for Research and Dean of the Graduate School invites you to our first ever Research Success Day! Please view our full schedule for details about each session, and then use the Google form to register. To view the schedule, click here. To register, click here.
Participants will learn practical strategies for helping calm strong emotions in themselves and others. Verbal and somatic strategies will also be demonstrated to deescalate strong emotions during conflict, explore happenings in our brains when trauma is activated, and the practical power of Resonant Language. These techniques can be easily learned and readily employed to dispel […]
If your employer is a compact member of the Harold Alfond Center for the Advancement of Maine’s Workforce, you may be eligible to take this program at a reduced cost. Click here to learn more. Do people seem more edgy and argumentative these days? Would you like your own inner voice to be nurturing and supportive […]
Questions about book bans? Join the conversation! Your Fogler librarians will lead you on a discussion to improve understanding of book bans. Snacks will be provided. To register, click here.
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Jake Socha, Virginia Tech. Talk title TBD. To learn more about Jake Socha, click here.
Visit the IMRC Center to watch free screenings of significant films from throughout the history of cinema, each with an influence on or depiction of influential art movements and styles. Graduate Assistants James LeBlanc and Samantha Grimwood, along with Research Engineer Sean Taylor, have curated a new list of can’t-miss, iconic films, free to view […]
Black Hole First Picture features the human attempt to create the very first picture of a black hole with the Event Horizon Telescope - a network of 8 Radio telescopes at remote locations in the world ranging from Europe, North and South America, Hawaii to Antarctica. For years, the Event Horizon Telescope has been staring into […]
Bob Marley lives in Maine which is the best state in the world maybe even the universe. He’s featured regularly on Sirius XM radio and he even won their Superbowl of Comedy. He has put out over 20 comedy CDs and DVDs and was inducted into The Guinness Book of World’s Records for “the longest […]