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September 2020

Careers in Public History Workshop (online)

September 25 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Kate Axelson Foster from the Career Center will lead a virtual workshop on “Careers in Public History” on Sept. 25 at 3 p.m. Foster will provide students with tips for navigating the public history job market. Attendees will learn about how to search and apply for internships and careers in public history, including work with museums, archives, historic preservation offices, the National Park Service, historical societies and more. Join the meeting at: tinyurl.com/y3qyt4po using the password: kate. Email riordan@maine.edu for more information. Sponsored by the University of Maine…

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Active Learning Online

September 28 @ 12:00 pm - 12:15 pm

Discussion moderated by Dr. Lily Herakova as part of the CMJ Fall Colloquium series, via Zoom: Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: maine.zoom.us/j/98336265967 Or Telephone: US: +1.646.876.9923 or +1.301.715.8592 or +1.312.626.6799 or +1.346.248.7799 or +1.408.638.0968 or +1.669.900.6833 or +1.253.215.8782 Meeting ID: 983 3626 5967 Password: 104707 Sponsored by the Department of Communication and Journalism.

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Preserving the Maine Harvest: September 2020 Series — Dehydrating Fruits and Vegetables

September 29 @ 2:00 pm - 2:45 pm

Join the University of Maine Cooperative Extension food preservation staff for a lively discussion and demonstration on how to preserve Maine foods throughout our growing season. Experts will: Demonstrate how to dehydrate fruits and vegetables Discuss uses for dehydrated foods Answer your questions Sponsored by University of Maine Cooperative Extension.

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October 2020

Applications of AI in Business, Industry, Government, Healthcare and Environment (webinar)

October 1 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Free

This webinar series, which takes place on the first Thursday of each month, Sept. through Dec., noon–1 p.m., is for the business community, policymakers, attorneys, healthcare providers and other members of the public interested in learning about AI. Each topic will be followed by Q&A opportunities. Moderator: Ali Abedi, Assistant Vice President for Research, UMaine and IEEE R1 Northeastern Area Chair. Guest speakers will discuss topics ranging from funding opportunities in AI to advances in radio frequency fingerprinting with time…

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Evolution of Terrorism in Pakistan: Counterstrategies and Outcomes

October 19 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Free

This public Zoom-based lecture will be presented by Khurum Iqbal, National Defense University, Islamabad. It is part of the History Department's Symposium series, and this lecture is co-hosted by the School of Policy and International Affairs. Hosted virtually by Zoom: Meeting ID# 956 8482 0994 (Password: 391122). Click here to view the series flyer.

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15th Annual University of Maine Geriatrics Colloquium (online)

October 27

The theme of this year's colloquium is "Creating Age-Friendly Health Systems." Topics include: • Principles of high-impact age-friendly health systems  • Using technology to promote health and social connectivity in the age of COVID-19 • The challenge of older adult isolation and loneliness • Focusing health care on the 4Ms (what Matters most, Medication, Mobility, Mentation) • Exemplars of age-friendly health care in Maine and across America • The importance of the social determinants of health for rural aging Note: To respect…

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November 2020

Education and Workforce Development (webinar)

November 5 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Free

This webinar series, which takes place on the first Thursday of each month, Sept. through Dec., noon–1 p.m., is for the business community, policymakers, attorneys, healthcare providers and other members of the public interested in learning about AI. Each topic will be followed by Q&A opportunities. Moderator: Ali Abedi, Assistant Vice President for Research, UMaine and IEEE R1 Northeastern Area Chair. Guest speakers will discuss topics ranging from funding opportunities in AI to advances in radio frequency fingerprinting with time…

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Moved by the State: Forced Relocation and Making a Good Life in Postwar Canada

November 16 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Free

This public Zoom-based lecture will be presented by Tina Loo, University of British Columbia. It is part of the History Department's Symposium series, and this lecture is co-hosted by the Canadian-American Center. Hosted virtually by Zoom: Meeting ID# 956 8482 0994 (Password: 391122). Click here to view the series flyer.

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December 2020

Social, Ethical, Policy, and Legal Considerations (webinar)

December 3 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Free

This webinar series, which takes place on the first Thursday of each month, Sept. through Dec., noon–1 p.m., is for the business community, policymakers, attorneys, healthcare providers and other members of the public interested in learning about AI. Each topic will be followed by Q&A opportunities. Moderator: Ali Abedi, Assistant Vice President for Research, UMaine and IEEE R1 Northeastern Area Chair. Guest speakers will discuss topics ranging from funding opportunities in AI to advances in radio frequency fingerprinting with time…

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