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Danforth Gallery Hosts Online Senior Thesis Exhibition

May 19, 2020

Charles Danforth Gallery Website: danforth.uma.edu Graduating Art students at the University of Maine at Augusta are exhibiting their works in an all-online Virtual Senior Thesis Exhibition beginning May 9. The … Read More

Maine Campus Compact recognizes Kayla Kalel with a Heart and Soul Award

May 15, 2020

Each year, Maine Campus Compact recognizes up to six college students statewide with a Heart and Soul Student Award. This award is presented to students who are actively involved in … Read More

Medical Laboratory Technology students graduating early at UMA, UMPI

May 13, 2020

Because of the COVID-19 healthcare emergency, students in the Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT) Program at the University of Maine at Augusta and the University of Maine at Presque Isle are … Read More

Associate Professor Nancy Foster appointed to ADEX Dental Hygiene Exam Committee

May 13, 2020

The American Board of Dental Examiners (ADEX) recently appointed Nancy Foster, UMA Associate Professor of Dental Health to serve as the ADEX Dental Hygiene Exam Committee Educator. She will represent … Read More

UMA President Rebecca Wyke appointed by Governor Mills to Economic Recovery Committee

May 12, 2020

Rebecca Wyke, President of the University of Maine at Augusta (UMA), has been appointed by Governor Janet Mills to an Economic Recovery Committee “charged with developing recommendations to mitigate the … Read More

UMA Cyber Moose Ranked 31st Nationally in Cyber League Competition

May 12, 2020

University of Maine at Augusta (UMA) Cyber Moose participated in the National Cyber League (NCL) Championship Postseason competition, finishing 31st overall out of 925 teams nationwide. In addition, the Cyber … Read More

WICCD Annual Awards

May 12, 2020

Each academic year, WICCD recognizes a student who has contributed to WICCD’s mission, generally or specifically, on campus or off. Starting in 2020 we are extending this award to a … Read More

Debora Rountree completes MDF’s Institute for Civic Leadership as part of Bigelow Class

May 11, 2020

Debora Rountree, M.Ed, Director of the UMA East Millinocket Center, successfully completed the Maine Development Foundation’s (MDF) Institute for Civic Leadership this spring. According to MDF, the Institute for Civic … Read More

Celena Zacchai of UMA Rockland Chosen as Maine Policy Scholar

April 27, 2020

Celena Zacchai a local UMA Rockland student is a 2020 Maine Policy Scholar, a collaborative program with the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center. The Maine Community Foundation and the University … Read More

Advanced Graduate Certificate in Substance Use Disorders now available at UMA

April 17, 2020

Mental Health and Human Services Program now offers the opportunity to obtain an advanced graduate certificate in substance use disorders completely online; registration opened April 13 for Fall 2020. The … Read More

Campus Compact names UMA student as 2020-2021 Newman Civic Fellow

April 14, 2020

Campus Compact, a Boston-based non-profit organization working to advance the public purposes of higher education, has announced the 290 students who will make up the organization’s 2020-2021 cohort of Newman … Read More

Master of Science in Cybersecurity now offered by UMA and USM

April 13, 2020

Program will provide training to fill demand for highly skilled technologically savvy workforce; applications now being accepted for Fall 2020   Beginning this fall, the University of Maine at Augusta … Read More

UMA Students take part in MDI Biological Laboratory Program adapted to maintain social distancing

April 4, 2020

Curriculum revised to allow students to take part in program when COVID-19 and need for social distancing prohibited in-person laboratory experience During March break, five University of Maine at Augusta … Read More

Professor’s Martin Luther King Memorial Design to go to our Nation’s Capitol

March 23, 2020

Hallowell resident and University of Maine at Augusta (UMA) art professor Robert Katz spent the past 10 months researching the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil … Read More

Postponed: Maine State Forum Series presents Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap

March 16, 2020

POSTPONED In the interest of community health, this event will be rescheduled in the fall. The Maine State Forum series with Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap originally scheduled for … Read More

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