Natasha (Natalia) A. Abramova

Natasha (Natalia) A. Abramova

Lecturer, PhD Biology
My teaching is based on the following principles: I love the subjects I teach, I teach them in the format easy to understand and to learn; and I encourage learners to question, challenge and apply the subject concepts and practicalities in everyday life. Subjects taught Human biology, general and organic chemistry, genetics, neurophysiology, nutrition and … Read More
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Kim Akers

Part-Time Faculty
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Jacob Albert

Reference and Instruction Librarian
Eric Allain

Eric D. Allain

Student Services Coordinator

Program Liaison for: Accounting,Architecture, Justice Studies, Music, Public Administration

UMA Augusta Campus
Phone:
207.621.3392
Email:  eric.allain@maine.edu

Schedule an academic advising meeting with Eric

Stephen Allan

Stephen Allan

Student Services Coordinator

Program Liaison for: Teacher Education

UMA Augusta Campus
Phone:
207.621.3348
Email: stephen.allan@maine.edu

Schedule an academic advising meeting with Stephen

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Gerald Allen

Facilities Maint Worker CL1
Leigh Alley

Leigh Alley

Assistant Professor of Education
Dr. Leigh Alley is a longtime leadership and instructional strategist, presently serving as the Executive Director of Maine ASCD and as a member of the part-time education faculty at the University of Maine at Augusta. As the director of consortia for school improvement, as a private consultant, and as a project director, Dr. Alley has … Read More
David Anderson

David Anderson

Part-Time Faculty
I grew up on the coast of Maine where the sea and sailing ships were a part of my everyday life. They sparked a sense of mystery and adventure in me. I had learned to read at an early age and so became very interested in adventure stories and faraway lands. That is probably why … Read More
Rob Abderson

Robert Anderson

Adjunct Professor of Architecture
Rob is a trained artist and designer, a historian of architecture and art, and devoted to the exploration of issues pertaining to cross-cultural education, phenomenology, plagiarism (and the copy), authenticity, the sacred and profane, social constructions, and challenging the bias of the Western Canon. Rob has a strong affinity for the work of Sverre Fehn, … Read More
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Karleen F. Andrews

Microenterprise Specialist (Western Region)
Cherie Annis

Cherie Annis

Instructor of Nursing
Cheryl J Annis, received an MS in Community/Public Health Nursing from the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, MA in 2000. She received her BSN in 1978 from Olivet Nazarene University in Kankakee, IL. She served as an adjunct professor at UMA teaching the Community and Global Health Lecture and Clinical courses. Ms. Annis will begin … Read More
Lisa Archer

Lisa Archer

Regional Manager/Workforce Specialist (MidCoast Region)
Lisa is a native to Maine and has worked in the nonprofit community in Bath as the Community Services Coordinator for a number of years. This experience gave her a deep appreciation for how nonprofits seek to improve the quality of life for the Midcoast region; one program at time. She has made many connections … Read More
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