Undergraduate students

Marine biology, aquaculture major speaks with Mainebiz about STEM jobs

Isaiah Mansour, a double major in marine biology and aquaculture at the University of Maine, spoke with Mainebiz for an “Inside the Notebook” column titled “Where will Maine’s STEM students go to work?” The author recently talked with Kevin Strange, president of the MDI Biological Laboratory in Bar Harbor, about entrepreneurship and STEM education in the state. […]

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Sun Journal interviews nursing student about volunteer trip to Costa Rica

The Sun Journal spoke with University of Maine nursing student Natalie Bolduc of Dixfield for an article about her volunteer trip to Costa Rica. Bolduc was one of 15 UMaine nursing majors who traveled to the Central American country during spring break to provide health care to those in need, according to the article. “They […]

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UMaine students awarded Eastern Maine Medical Center Scholarships from Medical Staff

Physicians and other medical providers at Eastern Maine Medical Center recently awarded scholarships to three University of Maine students this who aspire to enter health professions in Maine after graduation. “It is a privilege for the Medical Staff at Eastern Maine Medical Center to award scholarships to deserving students at the University of Maine”, says […]

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Students, community enhance gardens at Old Town Elementary School

The grounds at Old Town Elementary School grew a bit lusher this spring when the University of Maine teamed up with members of the local community to build raised garden beds The garden expansion and improvement project was led by four UMaine sustainable agriculture seniors, Emma Sanchi, Gradeigh Cameron, Ben Nelson, and Matt Derrah, for their capstone […]

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UMaine Forestry Camp under way

Students from the University of Maine School of Forest Resources are starting their summer with a two-week foray into the Maine woods. As part of the annual Forestry Camp, they will hone skills essential to professional foresters, including forest inventory and operations, wood quality evaluation, recreation management, field navigation, and documenting wildlife. “This is a […]

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UMaine’s largest incoming class expected this fall, AP reports

The Associated Press and Maine Public reported the University of Maine expects to welcome the largest incoming class in its history this fall. UMaine officials said the number of new students confirmed for admission by the May 1 deadline is 2,512, which is up from 2,457 last year. UMaine’s largest-ever incoming class of 2,230 students […]

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