• Pumpkin Carving Contest

    Oct 21 - Oct 23
    RSC 204

    Pick up a pumpkin from the Office of Student Life (RSC 204) between October 21st-23rd. Take it home to carve and bring it back by 12PM on October 24th. Winners will be announced at 1PM on October 24th.

    1st place prize: 2 White Water Rafting tickets, 2nd place prize: $50 UMA Bookstore Gift Card, 3rd place price: 2 Movie tickets with a $10 concession Gift Card

    FMI: Contact the Office of Student Life, RSC 204 or call 621-3374

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  • Maine Bureau of Veteran Services (BVS) OPEN FORUM

    Oct 2311:30 am - 1:00 pm
    Veteran Academic Center, Katz Room 41, UMA Augusta Campus

    Come hear about the many programs and services offered by the Maine Bureau of Veteran Services. Director Dave Richmond wants to know how BVS can help student veterans and their families. Light snacks are available or bring your lunch.

    FMI: amy.line@maine.edu

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  • Financial Aid 101 Workshop for Faculty/Staff

    Oct 2312:00 pm - 1:30 pm
    Randall Student Center, Fireplace Lounge, Augusta Campus

    The UMA Financial Aid Office will be presenting a Financial Aid 101 Workshop for faculty and staff interested in learning more about financial aid processes from 12:00-1:30pm on Wednesday, October 23rd in the Randall Student Center Fireside Lounge, located on the Augusta campus .

    For those who cannot attend, the presentation will also be offered in Zoom format on Thursday, October 24th from 12:00-1:30pm. The zoom link is: https://maine.zoom.us/j/189023837

    FMI: Brandy Finck, brandy.finck@maine.edu 

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  • Pop-Up Lunch

    Oct 2312:00 pm - 2:00 pm
    Alternate weekly between Randall Student Center, Jewett Hall and Katz Library

    Stop by the Student Life Pop-Up Lunch Station in either Randall Student Center, Jewett Hall or Katz Library (alternate weekly) every Wednesday between 12PM - 2PM to grab a quick lunch. FREE for all students.

    Lunch may include: Grilled cheese, Pizza, PB&J, Salads, and more.

    FMI: Office of Student Life, RSC 204, (207) 621-3374

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  • Rainbows club meeting -- Bangor

    Oct 2312:00 pm - 1:00 pm
    Belfast Hall Rm 317

    Rainbows will be holding our meetings on Wednesdays at noon for this semester in the Diversity and Inclusion Lounge room 317 Belfast Hall.

    See more details

  • Lunch & Learn: 6-Credit Costa Rica Travel Course for Sping '20

    Oct 2312:00 pm - 1:00 pm
    Randall Student Center 127, UMA Augusta Campus

    Immerse Yourself! Explore Photography and Sociology with UMA's study abroad Costa Rica, Spring '20. 

    Everyone's experience in the classroom is different. You can explore the boundaries of learning in a hybrid online/onsite/travel course in Spring 2020 - Eco Lens on Costa Rica. Learn more about this opportunity
    at this Informational Lunch Sessions — Noon to 1pm — Pizza will be served onsite.

    Eco Lens on Costa Rica: Sociology and Photography 
    This six credit integrated online/onsite/travel course module to be offered in the Spring 2020, gives students an opportunity to study two disciplines, each with a lens on ecology and Costa Rica. We will use Costa Rica as a case study, integrating sociology and photography with a study trip to Monteverde and Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica.

    The integrated courses include:

    • ART 109: Photographic Vision and Digital Discovery, Prof. Robert Rainey
    • SOC372E: Sociology of Culture: An Eco Lens on Costa Rica, Prof. Lorien Lake-Corral.

    These courses can satisfy sociology, art, and humanities electives, giving students an opportunity to complete two areas of general education requirement.

    Explore further at traveluma.com.

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  • Project>Login Campus Networking Reception

    Oct 2411:00 am - 1:00 pm
    Fireplace Lounge, Randall Student Center, University of Maine at Augusta, 46 University Dr, Augusta, ME 04330, USA

    This event is open to UMA students in all majors.

    Meet with employers & professionals to hear about current trends in IT/Cyber, and learn what skills you need to land the perfect internship or career opportunity.

    Network with businesses that are looking for interns and employees with the skills you have to offer & socialize with other CIS or Cyber students.

    Some of the businesses joining us include: Maine State Office of Information Technology, Northern Light Health (previously EMHS), Systems Engineering, Tyler Technologies, and more!

    Student attendees will receive a lunch voucher for the Moose Tracks Cafe (good for a pizza slice or small cup of soup, a bag of chips, and a small fountain drink). 

    FMI: Michele.Weymouth@maine.edu

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  • Financial Aid 101 Workshop for Faculty/Staff

    Oct 2412:00 pm - 1:30 pm
    Online via Zoom: https://maine.zoom.us/j/189023837

    The UMA Financial Aid Office will be presenting a Financial Aid 101 Workshop for faculty and staff interested in learning more about financial aid processes from 12:00-1:30pm on Wednesday, October 23rd in the Randall Student Center Fireside Lounge, located on the Augusta campus .

    For those who cannot attend, the presentation will also be offered in Zoom format on Thursday, October 24th from 12:00-1:30pm. The zoom link is: https://maine.zoom.us/j/189023837

    FMI: Brandy Finck, brandy.finck@maine.edu 

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  • Bangor Garden Club Meeting

    Oct 2412:00 pm - 1:00 pm

    Interested in gardening? Interested in food security? Interested in people? Come join us for a Garden Club meeting! We'll be in Belfast 317. Come join us!

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  • Fiction: A Tool To Help People Understand Climate Change

    Oct 243:00 pm - 4:00 pm
    Bennett D. Katz Library, 1st floor

    Join Maine author, Charlene D’Avanzo, and learn how she became inspired to write “cli-fi” (climate fiction) mysteries! Featuring main protagonist Mara Tusconi, an oceanographer with a nose for solving crimes, Charlene’s books are centered around real marine related environmental issues.

    Charlene is a trained marine biologist and professor emerita at Hampshire College. Learn why she chose to begin writing fiction as a means to discuss climate change as well as other “cli-fi” books related to climate changes in Maine. You will also get to enjoy a short reading!

    This event is free and open to the public. 

    FMI: andrea.thorne@maine.edu

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  • Info Session for Pre-Dental Assisting & Pre-Dental Hygiene Students

    Oct 244:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    College Center, UMA Bangor Campus, 201 Texas Ave, Bangor ME

    ATTENTION: PRE-DENTAL ASSISTING & PRE-DENTAL HYGIENE STUDENTS
    Please join us for an important info session! 

    Topics to include:  

    • Transitioning from pre-dental assisting and pre-dental hygiene to each dental program. 
    • How to make yourself the strongest candidate for admission.
    • Meeting pre-reqs and other entrance requirements.

    Click here to RSVP

    FMI Contact: Lynett Roy, 207-262-7805 or lynett.roy@maine.edu

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  • Lunch & Learn: 6-Credit Costa Rica Travel Course for Sping '20

    Oct 2512:00 pm - 1:00 pm
    Randall Student Center 127, UMA Augusta Campus

    Immerse Yourself! Explore Photography and Sociology with UMA's study abroad Costa Rica, Spring '20. 

    Everyone's experience in the classroom is different. You can explore the boundaries of learning in a hybrid online/onsite/travel course in Spring 2020 - Eco Lens on Costa Rica. Learn more about this opportunity
    at this Informational Lunch Sessions — Noon to 1pm — Pizza will be served onsite.

    Eco Lens on Costa Rica: Sociology and Photography 
    This six credit integrated online/onsite/travel course module to be offered in the Spring 2020, gives students an opportunity to study two disciplines, each with a lens on ecology and Costa Rica. We will use Costa Rica as a case study, integrating sociology and photography with a study trip to Monteverde and Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica.

    The integrated courses include:

    • ART 109: Photographic Vision and Digital Discovery, Prof. Robert Rainey
    • SOC372E: Sociology of Culture: An Eco Lens on Costa Rica, Prof. Lorien Lake-Corral.

    These courses can satisfy sociology, art, and humanities electives, giving students an opportunity to complete two areas of general education requirement.

    Explore further at traveluma.com.

    See more details

  • Girls on Fire: Mind/Body Fitness Dance

    Oct 256:30 pm - 7:45 pm
    Eastport Hall, UMA Bangor Campus

    An ARTober event, this mind/body fitness dance class takes us on a journey through music and movement as we experience a story of the world on fire and we become protagonists in our own story. A workout, a celebration, a stress-reliever. Lose yourself. Find yourself. Move and be moved. 

    This event is free and open to the public. 

    See this event on Facebook. For more information, contact sarah.hentges@maine.edu

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  • Mind/Body Yoga for the Humanities: Yoga for Self-Care and Love

    Oct 2712:00 pm - 1:15 pm
    UMA Bangor Fitness Center, 67 Taft St, Bangor ME, 04401

    Our final ARTober yoga class reminds us of the importance of taking care of ourselves and helps us burn brighter, rather than burn out. We will also consider the ways in which yoga can help inspire us to serve those in need and can help us to love ourselves and others unconditionally. We will focus on heart openers and hip openers and softening the psoas muscle, the only muscle that connects the upper and lower body and a muscle that is often associated with both physical and mental discomfort. Participants will learn a variety of tools for self-care that they can use at home and work.

    Options and variations make this yoga accessible to a variety of fitness levels. Beginners welcome. This class is free and open to the public. 

    Sarah is a certified yoga instructor and has been teaching yoga for more than 14 years. She is an Associate Professor of American studies at the University of Maine at Augusta and a yoga and fitness instructor in Bangor, Maine. She writes regularly about yoga and fitness and teaches a variety of classes and workshops. 

    See this event on Facebook.

    For more information, contact sarah.hentges@maine.edu.

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  • All Week Fitness Daily Challenge

    Oct 28
    UMA BAngor Fitness Center

    For all UMA Students, stop in anytime at the Bangor Fitness Center on Monday and Wednesday from 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM, Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:30 AM - 8:30 PM, and Friday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM, complete the daily fitness challenge to be entered into the drawing for a Garmin Vivosmart HR Activity Monitor. Student Life and the Fitness Center will be raffling off four activity monitors throughout the fall semester.

    You can obtain bonus entries on Tuesdays and Thursdays by completing the "Drop in Circuit," on Tuesdays and Sundays by participating in "Yoga for Every Mind/Body," and by completing one of the three walking paths. Drawings will occur on the following days: October 21, November 12, December 2, and December 23. After each drawing the entries will be discared and a new drawing pool will begin. Come in daily to increase your odds of winning. Students may only win one activity monitor.

    See more details

  • Augusta Garden Harvest to Fight Hunger

    Oct 2811:00 am - 1:00 pm
    University of Maine at Augusta, 46 University Dr, Augusta, ME 04330, USA

    Join the UMA community in the beautiful Augusta-campus community garden just north of Jewett Hall. Here, amid a spray of blooming sunflowers, we grow vegetables for the Augusta Food Bank, where hungry Maine families will take them home to feed their bellies.

    Every Monday until the snow falls, we'll harvest a bounty of vegetables and prepare the soil for another growing season. We will enjoy the beautiful blue skies of the Maine Autumn. And through our actions to build community, we will nourish our souls.

    As part of this community and part of this planet, come join us. You, like all comers, are welcome. FMI: 621-3190.

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  • Telling Amy's Story

    Oct 286:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    Holocaust & Human Rights Center, UMA Augusta Campus

    Join us! Documentary Film Screening & Panel Discussion
    Addressing Domestic Violence in Our Communities

    Hosted by actress and advocate Mariska Hargitay, and told by Detective Deirdri Fishel, the documentary "Telling Amy’s Story" follows the timeline of a domestic violence homicide that occurred on November 8, 2001.

    This event is free and open to the public

    FMI: Michelle LeClair at (207) 623-8637 ext. 307

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  • Chancellor's Open Forum

    Oct 2912:00 pm - 1:15 pm
    UMA Augusta - Randall Student Center fireplace Lounge and Zoom: https://maine.zoom.us/j/577700880

    The UMS Board of Trustees has directed the Chancellor to visit all UMS campuses to gather input to prepare a report for the November Board meeting about how to successfully implement a unified accreditation for all UMS universities. The Chancellor and his senior staff will discuss with the campus community the Guiding Principles that will guide the unified accreditation effort.

    LOCATIONS: 
    UMA Augusta Campus: Randall Student Center's Fireplace Lounge. 
    UMA Bangor Campus: Eastport Hall, Room 124 has been reserved for a live video feed. 
    Online: Live streaming will be available for UMA Centers and those unable to attend in person - https://maine.zoom.us/j/577700880

    Light refreshments will be served at both locations, and please feel welcome to bring a brown bag lunch with you as well.

    If you have a disability which would limit your participation in this event, please contact Renee Sherman at renee.sherman@maine.edu to discuss your specific needs. Please do so no later than 5 days prior to the event to allow adequate time for appropriate arrangements to be made.  

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  • How to recognize and prevent College campus violence

    Oct 2912:00 pm - 1:00 pm
    Student Lounge, RSC 2nd floor, UMA Augusta Campus

    UMA students, staff, and faculty are invited to come grab some FREE lunch and participate in a great discussion on how to recognize and prevent college campus violence.

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  • Lunch & Learn: 6-Credit Costa Rica Travel Course for Sping '20

    Oct 2912:00 pm - 1:00 pm
    Randall Student Center 127, UMA Augusta Campus

    Immerse Yourself! Explore Photography and Sociology with UMA's study abroad Costa Rica, Spring '20. 

    Everyone's experience in the classroom is different. You can explore the boundaries of learning in a hybrid online/onsite/travel course in Spring 2020 - Eco Lens on Costa Rica. Learn more about this opportunity
    at this Informational Lunch Sessions — Noon to 1pm — Pizza will be served onsite.

    Eco Lens on Costa Rica: Sociology and Photography 
    This six credit integrated online/onsite/travel course module to be offered in the Spring 2020, gives students an opportunity to study two disciplines, each with a lens on ecology and Costa Rica. We will use Costa Rica as a case study, integrating sociology and photography with a study trip to Monteverde and Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica.

    The integrated courses include:

    • ART 109: Photographic Vision and Digital Discovery, Prof. Robert Rainey
    • SOC372E: Sociology of Culture: An Eco Lens on Costa Rica, Prof. Lorien Lake-Corral.

    These courses can satisfy sociology, art, and humanities electives, giving students an opportunity to complete two areas of general education requirement.

    Explore further at traveluma.com.

    See more details

  • Yoga for Every Mind/Body - Weekly Classes

    Oct 294:15 pm - 5:30 pm
    UMA Bangor Fitness Center, 67 Taft St, Bangor ME, 04401

    "An organic and unique experience that asks us to listen to our bodies and to find connections between the body and mind, movement and breath, balance and flexibility, and staying strong and letting go. Increased strength and flexibility, improved balance and posture, a sense of well-being, stress reduction, and increased body awareness are some of the benefits.” 

    Options and variations make this yoga accessible to a variety of fitness levels. Beginners welcome. This class is free and open to the public. 

    Sarah is a certified yoga instructor and has been teaching yoga for more than 14 years. She is an Associate Professor of American studies at the University of Maine at Augusta and a yoga and fitness instructor in Bangor, Maine. She writes regularly about yoga and fitness and teaches a variety of classes and workshops. 

    See this event on Facebook.

    For more information, contact sarah.hentges@maine.edu.

    See more details

  • Pop-Up Lunch

    Oct 3012:00 pm - 2:00 pm
    Alternate weekly between Randall Student Center, Jewett Hall and Katz Library

    Stop by the Student Life Pop-Up Lunch Station in either Randall Student Center, Jewett Hall or Katz Library (alternate weekly) every Wednesday between 12PM - 2PM to grab a quick lunch. FREE for all students.

    Lunch may include: Grilled cheese, Pizza, PB&J, Salads, and more.

    FMI: Office of Student Life, RSC 204, (207) 621-3374

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  • Rainbows club meeting -- Bangor

    Oct 3012:00 pm - 1:00 pm
    Belfast Hall Rm 317

    Rainbows will be holding our meetings on Wednesdays at noon for this semester in the Diversity and Inclusion Lounge room 317 Belfast Hall.

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  • Wish List Day

    Oct 301:00 pm - 3:00 pm
    Multiple UMA Locations

    UMA students can pre-register for Spring 2020 classes during the Wish List Day. Opportunities to review course options with Advising Staff at the Augusta and Bangor Campuses, as well as Student Services Coordinators at UMA Centers in Brunswick, East Millinocket, Ellsworth, Houlton, Lewiston, Rockland, and Saco, will be available to students in all academic program majors on this day.

    (UMA Rumford and South Paris Centers students are encouraged to contact Student Services Coordinators at those Centers for an appointment. )

    Creating a “wish list” in MaineStreet saves class choices electronically so that it is quick and easy to register for classes when registration opens on November 4. Additionally, a wish list provides students an opportunity to review course requirements towards graduation with Advisors and/or Faculty members.

    Registering for classes isn’t scary, missing the class you need is! Make sure that this Halloween is a treat, stop by any of the following locations and set up a wish list!

    Can’t make it on October 30? Then stop by anytime, at any location or make an appointment with your Advisor now through November 1. Find your advisor.

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  • Bangor Garden Club Meeting

    Oct 3112:00 pm - 1:00 pm

    Interested in gardening? Interested in food security? Interested in people? Come join us for a Garden Club meeting! We'll be in Belfast 317. Come join us!

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  • Bangor Student Government Association (SGA) Monthly Meeting

    Nov 112:00 pm - 1:30 pm
    Eastport Hall Room 137

    The SGA exists to provide a place for students to bring forth campus related issues and concerns.

    We want you to join us on the first Friday of each month in Eastport Hall (SGA Office Rm. 137) at 12 Noon. You will learn about what we're currently doing on campus, how you can get involved and how we're handling any current issues.

    You can also, always, stop us in the hallway or come into our office anytime!

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  • SGA Bonfire/Fall Fest

    Nov 15:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    Quad

    Join us on November 1st from 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM in the quad to celebrate Fall Fest with Student Government. Smore’s, pizza, corn hole tournament and free give-a-ways!

    FMI: Contact the Office of Student Life, RSC 204 or call 621-3374

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  • Yoga for Every Mind/Body - Weekly Classes

    Nov 312:00 pm - 1:15 pm
    UMA Bangor Fitness Center, 67 Taft St, Bangor ME, 04401

    "An organic and unique experience that asks us to listen to our bodies and to find connections between the body and mind, movement and breath, balance and flexibility, and staying strong and letting go. Increased strength and flexibility, improved balance and posture, a sense of well-being, stress reduction, and increased body awareness are some of the benefits.” 

    Options and variations make this yoga accessible to a variety of fitness levels. Beginners welcome. This class is free and open to the public. 

    Sarah is a certified yoga instructor and has been teaching yoga for more than 14 years. She is an Associate Professor of American studies at the University of Maine at Augusta and a yoga and fitness instructor in Bangor, Maine. She writes regularly about yoga and fitness and teaches a variety of classes and workshops. 

    See this event on Facebook.

    For more information, contact sarah.hentges@maine.edu.

    See more details

  • Registration for Spring '20 Opens for Degree Students

    Nov 4

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  • All Week Fitness Daily Challenge

    Nov 4
    UMA BAngor Fitness Center

    For all UMA Students, stop in anytime at the Bangor Fitness Center on Monday and Wednesday from 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM, Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:30 AM - 8:30 PM, and Friday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM, complete the daily fitness challenge to be entered into the drawing for a Garmin Vivosmart HR Activity Monitor. Student Life and the Fitness Center will be raffling off four activity monitors throughout the fall semester.

    You can obtain bonus entries on Tuesdays and Thursdays by completing the "Drop in Circuit," on Tuesdays and Sundays by participating in "Yoga for Every Mind/Body," and by completing one of the three walking paths. Drawings will occur on the following days: October 21, November 12, December 2, and December 23. After each drawing the entries will be discared and a new drawing pool will begin. Come in daily to increase your odds of winning. Students may only win one activity monitor.

    See more details

  • Augusta Garden Harvest to Fight Hunger

    Nov 411:00 am - 1:00 pm
    University of Maine at Augusta, 46 University Dr, Augusta, ME 04330, USA

    Join the UMA community in the beautiful Augusta-campus community garden just north of Jewett Hall. Here, amid a spray of blooming sunflowers, we grow vegetables for the Augusta Food Bank, where hungry Maine families will take them home to feed their bellies.

    Every Monday until the snow falls, we'll harvest a bounty of vegetables and prepare the soil for another growing season. We will enjoy the beautiful blue skies of the Maine Autumn. And through our actions to build community, we will nourish our souls.

    As part of this community and part of this planet, come join us. You, like all comers, are welcome. FMI: 621-3190.

    See more details

  • Yoga for Every Mind/Body - Weekly Classes

    Nov 54:15 pm - 5:30 pm
    UMA Bangor Fitness Center, 67 Taft St, Bangor ME, 04401

    "An organic and unique experience that asks us to listen to our bodies and to find connections between the body and mind, movement and breath, balance and flexibility, and staying strong and letting go. Increased strength and flexibility, improved balance and posture, a sense of well-being, stress reduction, and increased body awareness are some of the benefits.” 

    Options and variations make this yoga accessible to a variety of fitness levels. Beginners welcome. This class is free and open to the public. 

    Sarah is a certified yoga instructor and has been teaching yoga for more than 14 years. She is an Associate Professor of American studies at the University of Maine at Augusta and a yoga and fitness instructor in Bangor, Maine. She writes regularly about yoga and fitness and teaches a variety of classes and workshops. 

    See this event on Facebook.

    For more information, contact sarah.hentges@maine.edu.

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  • Career Workshop: Big Interview Demo

    Nov 612:00 pm - 1:00 pm
    https://maine.zoom.us/j/635764418

    Attend to learn how to access on-demand job interview training right in the comfort of your own home with the help of Big Interview!

    Here are some of the features:

    Watch videos that cover all aspects of landing a job
    Access database of thousands of interview questions with tips on how to answer them in a variety of fields (jobs, industries, graduate school admissions, etc.)
    Record yourself answering interview questions and share them with others for feedback (Career Connections staff, UMA faculty/staff, anyone you want to share it with!)
    **This workshop is only open to UMA students.

    Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://maine.zoom.us/j/635764418

    Or Telephone:
         
            US: +1 646 876 9923 or +1 408 638 0968 or +1 669 900 6833
        Meeting ID: 635 764 418

    From a Polycom or other H.323 room system that is not a member of a video conference, click call on the remote and dial one of the following IP addresses followed by # the meeting ID and # again:
      162.255.36.11 (US East)
      162.255.37.11 (US West)
         Meeting ID: 635 764 418

    Please call your campus Help Desk if you need assistance.

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  • Pop-Up Lunch

    Nov 612:00 pm - 2:00 pm
    Alternate weekly between Randall Student Center, Jewett Hall and Katz Library

    Stop by the Student Life Pop-Up Lunch Station in either Randall Student Center, Jewett Hall or Katz Library (alternate weekly) every Wednesday between 12PM - 2PM to grab a quick lunch. FREE for all students.

    Lunch may include: Grilled cheese, Pizza, PB&J, Salads, and more.

    FMI: Office of Student Life, RSC 204, (207) 621-3374

    See more details

  • Rainbows club meeting -- Bangor

    Nov 612:00 pm - 1:00 pm
    Belfast Hall Rm 317

    Rainbows will be holding our meetings on Wednesdays at noon for this semester in the Diversity and Inclusion Lounge room 317 Belfast Hall.

    See more details

  • Bangor Garden Club Meeting

    Nov 712:00 pm - 1:00 pm

    Interested in gardening? Interested in food security? Interested in people? Come join us for a Garden Club meeting! We'll be in Belfast 317. Come join us!

    See more details

  • Yoga for Every Mind/Body - Weekly Classes

    Nov 1012:00 pm - 1:15 pm
    UMA Bangor Fitness Center, 67 Taft St, Bangor ME, 04401

    "An organic and unique experience that asks us to listen to our bodies and to find connections between the body and mind, movement and breath, balance and flexibility, and staying strong and letting go. Increased strength and flexibility, improved balance and posture, a sense of well-being, stress reduction, and increased body awareness are some of the benefits.” 

    Options and variations make this yoga accessible to a variety of fitness levels. Beginners welcome. This class is free and open to the public. 

    Sarah is a certified yoga instructor and has been teaching yoga for more than 14 years. She is an Associate Professor of American studies at the University of Maine at Augusta and a yoga and fitness instructor in Bangor, Maine. She writes regularly about yoga and fitness and teaches a variety of classes and workshops. 

    See this event on Facebook.

    For more information, contact sarah.hentges@maine.edu.

    See more details

  • All Week Fitness Daily Challenge

    Nov 11
    UMA BAngor Fitness Center

    For all UMA Students, stop in anytime at the Bangor Fitness Center on Monday and Wednesday from 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM, Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:30 AM - 8:30 PM, and Friday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM, complete the daily fitness challenge to be entered into the drawing for a Garmin Vivosmart HR Activity Monitor. Student Life and the Fitness Center will be raffling off four activity monitors throughout the fall semester.

    You can obtain bonus entries on Tuesdays and Thursdays by completing the "Drop in Circuit," on Tuesdays and Sundays by participating in "Yoga for Every Mind/Body," and by completing one of the three walking paths. Drawings will occur on the following days: October 21, November 12, December 2, and December 23. After each drawing the entries will be discared and a new drawing pool will begin. Come in daily to increase your odds of winning. Students may only win one activity monitor.

    See more details

  • Augusta Garden Harvest to Fight Hunger

    Nov 1111:00 am - 1:00 pm
    University of Maine at Augusta, 46 University Dr, Augusta, ME 04330, USA

    Join the UMA community in the beautiful Augusta-campus community garden just north of Jewett Hall. Here, amid a spray of blooming sunflowers, we grow vegetables for the Augusta Food Bank, where hungry Maine families will take them home to feed their bellies.

    Every Monday until the snow falls, we'll harvest a bounty of vegetables and prepare the soil for another growing season. We will enjoy the beautiful blue skies of the Maine Autumn. And through our actions to build community, we will nourish our souls.

    As part of this community and part of this planet, come join us. You, like all comers, are welcome. FMI: 621-3190.

    See more details

  • Registration for Spring '20 Opens for Non-Degree Students

    Nov 12

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  • Yoga for Every Mind/Body - Weekly Classes

    Nov 124:15 pm - 5:30 pm
    UMA Bangor Fitness Center, 67 Taft St, Bangor ME, 04401

    "An organic and unique experience that asks us to listen to our bodies and to find connections between the body and mind, movement and breath, balance and flexibility, and staying strong and letting go. Increased strength and flexibility, improved balance and posture, a sense of well-being, stress reduction, and increased body awareness are some of the benefits.” 

    Options and variations make this yoga accessible to a variety of fitness levels. Beginners welcome. This class is free and open to the public. 

    Sarah is a certified yoga instructor and has been teaching yoga for more than 14 years. She is an Associate Professor of American studies at the University of Maine at Augusta and a yoga and fitness instructor in Bangor, Maine. She writes regularly about yoga and fitness and teaches a variety of classes and workshops. 

    See this event on Facebook.

    For more information, contact sarah.hentges@maine.edu.

    See more details

  • Pop-Up Lunch

    Nov 1312:00 pm - 2:00 pm
    Alternate weekly between Randall Student Center, Jewett Hall and Katz Library

    Stop by the Student Life Pop-Up Lunch Station in either Randall Student Center, Jewett Hall or Katz Library (alternate weekly) every Wednesday between 12PM - 2PM to grab a quick lunch. FREE for all students.

    Lunch may include: Grilled cheese, Pizza, PB&J, Salads, and more.

    FMI: Office of Student Life, RSC 204, (207) 621-3374

    See more details

  • Rainbows club meeting -- Bangor

    Nov 1312:00 pm - 1:00 pm
    Belfast Hall Rm 317

    Rainbows will be holding our meetings on Wednesdays at noon for this semester in the Diversity and Inclusion Lounge room 317 Belfast Hall.

    See more details

  • Bangor Garden Club Meeting

    Nov 1412:00 pm - 1:00 pm

    Interested in gardening? Interested in food security? Interested in people? Come join us for a Garden Club meeting! We'll be in Belfast 317. Come join us!

    See more details

  • New Ventures Maine 40th Anniversary Celebration

    Nov 145:30 pm - 8:00 pm
    Innovation Hall, University of New England, 772 Stevens Ave, Portland, ME 04103, USA

    Please join us for hors d'oeurvres and entertainment by VIVA & The Reinforcements while we reflect on our past and envision our future in celebration of 40 years of empowering Maine people.

    Register here.

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  • GA Meeting

    Nov 1512:00 pm - 1:00 pm
    RSC 208 and Belfast 209, or https://maine.zoom.us/j/661595298

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    Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://maine.zoom.us/j/661595298

    Or Telephone:

    US: +1 646 876 9923 or +1 408 638 0968 or +1 669 900 6833
    Meeting ID: 661 595 298

    From a Polycom or other H.323 room system that is not a member of a video conference, click call on the remote and dial one of the following IP addresses followed by # the meeting ID and # again:
    162.255.36.11 (US East)
    162.255.37.11 (US West)
    Meeting ID: 661 595 298

    Please call your campus Help Desk if you need assistance.
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  • Augusta Student Government Association (SGA) Meeting

    Nov 151:00 pm - 2:00 pm
    RSC218

    Join the Augusta Student Government Association (SGA) in their monthly meeting which is open to all.

    At these meetings, we discuss what the SGA is currently planning for academic, social, and cultural events being held both on and off campus.
    If you have any concerns or issues related to campus, please bring them forward to the SGA.
    If you are interested in joining SGA but don't know what we do, please attend our meeting to see how it all works.

    We hope to see you there!
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    Phonebridge number: 1-866-245-5616
    Phonebridge Code: 862-5687-001

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  • Chess Tournament

    Nov 169:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Fireplace Lounge, Randall Student Center

    Come to the Fireplace Lounge on Saturday, November 16th between 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM for a chess tournament! Registration takes place between 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM. Three different classes including unrated quad (cost $10, FREE for UMA students with ID), rated scholastic (cost $5 in advance, $7 at the door), and rated open (cost $15 in advance and $20 at the door). Prizes given in each category!

    Please bring boards, sets, and clocks. Event sponsored by UMA Student Life and The Royal Court of Maine.

    Register in advance by November 13th to: Barry Magda, (207) 358-9354 or bajmagda@gmail.com
    FMI: Contact the Office of Student Life, RSC 204 or call 621-3374

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  • Yoga for Every Mind/Body - Weekly Classes

    Nov 1712:00 pm - 1:15 pm
    UMA Bangor Fitness Center, 67 Taft St, Bangor ME, 04401

    "An organic and unique experience that asks us to listen to our bodies and to find connections between the body and mind, movement and breath, balance and flexibility, and staying strong and letting go. Increased strength and flexibility, improved balance and posture, a sense of well-being, stress reduction, and increased body awareness are some of the benefits.” 

    Options and variations make this yoga accessible to a variety of fitness levels. Beginners welcome. This class is free and open to the public. 

    Sarah is a certified yoga instructor and has been teaching yoga for more than 14 years. She is an Associate Professor of American studies at the University of Maine at Augusta and a yoga and fitness instructor in Bangor, Maine. She writes regularly about yoga and fitness and teaches a variety of classes and workshops. 

    See this event on Facebook.

    For more information, contact sarah.hentges@maine.edu.

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  • Concerts at Jewett: Paul Sullivan

    Nov 172:00 pm - 4:00 pm
    Jewett Hall Auditorium, UMA Augusta Campus, 46 University Dr, Augusta, ME, 04330

    The "Concerts at Jewett" series presents: Paul Sullivan

    A composer/pianist, Paul has performed on three continents, received a Grammy Award, and teamed with the schoolchildren of Brooklin, Maine to perform with Noel Paul Stookey, Sarah Lee Guthrie, and David Grisman. 

    Tickets are $10, students $5, 12 and under free. Tickets are available at Dave’s Appliance in Winthrop and at the door. Subscriptions (seven or more concerts) at reduced rates are available by mail. For further information call 621-3551, email: office@umasc.org, or check the Jewett Concert website: www.concertsatjewett.com.

    For more information about UMA Senior College, please visit: https://www.umasc.org/.

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  • All Week Fitness Daily Challenge

    Nov 18
    UMA BAngor Fitness Center

    For all UMA Students, stop in anytime at the Bangor Fitness Center on Monday and Wednesday from 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM, Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:30 AM - 8:30 PM, and Friday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM, complete the daily fitness challenge to be entered into the drawing for a Garmin Vivosmart HR Activity Monitor. Student Life and the Fitness Center will be raffling off four activity monitors throughout the fall semester.

    You can obtain bonus entries on Tuesdays and Thursdays by completing the "Drop in Circuit," on Tuesdays and Sundays by participating in "Yoga for Every Mind/Body," and by completing one of the three walking paths. Drawings will occur on the following days: October 21, November 12, December 2, and December 23. After each drawing the entries will be discared and a new drawing pool will begin. Come in daily to increase your odds of winning. Students may only win one activity monitor.

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  • Augusta Garden Harvest to Fight Hunger

    Nov 1811:00 am - 1:00 pm
    University of Maine at Augusta, 46 University Dr, Augusta, ME 04330, USA

    Join the UMA community in the beautiful Augusta-campus community garden just north of Jewett Hall. Here, amid a spray of blooming sunflowers, we grow vegetables for the Augusta Food Bank, where hungry Maine families will take them home to feed their bellies.

    Every Monday until the snow falls, we'll harvest a bounty of vegetables and prepare the soil for another growing season. We will enjoy the beautiful blue skies of the Maine Autumn. And through our actions to build community, we will nourish our souls.

    As part of this community and part of this planet, come join us. You, like all comers, are welcome. FMI: 621-3190.

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  • Career Workshop: Prior Learning Assessment

    Nov 1912:00 pm - 1:00 pm
    https://maine.zoom.us/j/189114779

    Hi there,

    Haley Brown is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

    Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://maine.zoom.us/j/189114779

    Or Telephone:

    US: +1 646 876 9923 or +1 669 900 6833 or +1 408 638 0968
    Meeting ID: 189 114 779

    From a Polycom or other H.323 room system that is not a member of a video conference, click call on the remote and dial one of the following IP addresses followed by # the meeting ID and # again:
    162.255.36.11 (US East)
    162.255.37.11 (US West)
    Meeting ID: 189 114 779

    Please call your campus Help Desk if you need assistance.

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  • Yoga for Every Mind/Body - Weekly Classes

    Nov 194:15 pm - 5:30 pm
    UMA Bangor Fitness Center, 67 Taft St, Bangor ME, 04401

    "An organic and unique experience that asks us to listen to our bodies and to find connections between the body and mind, movement and breath, balance and flexibility, and staying strong and letting go. Increased strength and flexibility, improved balance and posture, a sense of well-being, stress reduction, and increased body awareness are some of the benefits.” 

    Options and variations make this yoga accessible to a variety of fitness levels. Beginners welcome. This class is free and open to the public. 

    Sarah is a certified yoga instructor and has been teaching yoga for more than 14 years. She is an Associate Professor of American studies at the University of Maine at Augusta and a yoga and fitness instructor in Bangor, Maine. She writes regularly about yoga and fitness and teaches a variety of classes and workshops. 

    See this event on Facebook.

    For more information, contact sarah.hentges@maine.edu.

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  • Pop-Up Lunch

    Nov 2012:00 pm - 2:00 pm
    Alternate weekly between Randall Student Center, Jewett Hall and Katz Library

    Stop by the Student Life Pop-Up Lunch Station in either Randall Student Center, Jewett Hall or Katz Library (alternate weekly) every Wednesday between 12PM - 2PM to grab a quick lunch. FREE for all students.

    Lunch may include: Grilled cheese, Pizza, PB&J, Salads, and more.

    FMI: Office of Student Life, RSC 204, (207) 621-3374

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  • Rainbows club meeting -- Bangor

    Nov 2012:00 pm - 1:00 pm
    Belfast Hall Rm 317

    Rainbows will be holding our meetings on Wednesdays at noon for this semester in the Diversity and Inclusion Lounge room 317 Belfast Hall.

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  • Bangor Garden Club Meeting

    Nov 2112:00 pm - 1:00 pm

    Interested in gardening? Interested in food security? Interested in people? Come join us for a Garden Club meeting! We'll be in Belfast 317. Come join us!

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