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UMA Health Equity Dialogues Virtual Event April 2 – Maine Oral Health Equity

Health Equity Dialogues: Maine Oral Health Equity The University of Maine at Augusta and the Maine Public Health Association will host a webinar featuring a panel of experts on oral … Read More

Peter Precourt Artist Talk at Austin Peay State University

UMA Professor of Art Peter Precourt will be featured by Austin Peay State University as part of a Center of Excellence in Creative Arts (CECA) Visiting Exhibitor Artist Talk: Peter … Read More

Lester French: How to make a perfect snowman using math

Lester French, UMA Associate Professor of Applied Mathematics and Engineering, was recently quoted by the Bangor Daily News in a fun article titled, How to make a perfect snowman using … Read More

Faculty Highlights | Kathryn Walker

Kathryn Walker, UMA Assistant Professor of Dental Health, was appointed to a five-year term in April 2020 by Governor Janet Mills to serve as a member of the Maine Board … Read More

Asst. Prof. Bry Martin successfully defends dissertation

Bry Martin, Assistant Professor of Justice Studies and Program Coordinator of Public Administration, successfully defended his dissertation, “Court Dusk, Country Dawn: The Ideological Formation of the First Earl of Shaftesbury.” … Read More

Lorien Lake-Corral weighs in on new social norms resulting from the pandemic

Lorien Lake-Corral, UMA Associate Professor of Sociology, was quoted in the Bangor Daily News’ recent piece about changing social norms and etiquette resulting from mask mandates. If you aren’t certain, … Read More

Lecturer of Nursing Bobbi McCarthy publishes first novel: The Secret War Within

Lecturer of Nursing at UMA Bobbi McCarthy has published a Christian science fiction crime novel, The Secret War Within. The inspiration for this novel began years ago while McCarthy was … Read More

October is Dental Hygiene Month

UMA Associate Professor Nancy Foster, a MOTIVATE Advisory Board member of the Lunder Dineen Health Education Alliance of Maine, is celebrating the organization’s 10th Anniversary this October, which coincidentally is … Read More

Richard Nelson’s composition, Play of Light, released by Boston’s Duo “2” in studio recording

This summer, a studio recording of UMA Professor Richard Nelson’s composition, Play of Light, was released by Boston’s Duo “2”, comprised of Peter H. Bloom on flute and Mary Jane … Read More

Sarah Hentges co-edits essay collection: Teaching Girls on Fire

Sarah Hentges, Associate Professor of American Studies, published a co-edited essay collection: Teaching Girls on Fire: Essays on Dystopian Young Adult Literature in the Classroom. She co-wrote the introduction as … Read More

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