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UMA Alum Rhonda DeContie appointed as Magistrate

Rhonda DeContie has been appointed as Magistrate to the Penobscot Nation Tribal Court. A 2007 graduate of the Justice Studies … Read More

New Maine Community Policing Challenge

This is the perfect video to feature our new Maine Community Policing Challenge. Law enforcement officers across Maine are invited … Read More

UMA Approved for Two New Academic Programs

The University of Maine at Augusta is offering two new, one-of-a-kind online degree programs to train students for careers in … Read More

Exploring Race and Social Justice Series

This event series explores the academic theme of race and social justice through a variety of topics. Each event is … Read More

Spring Classes on UMA’s 2021-22 Academic Theme — Race and Social Justice

Do you want to learn more about race and social justice? Check out these spring classes. For more information, contact … Read More

Maine State Forum on Penobscot Nation Tribal Court and Restorative Justice

UMA’s Maine State Forum Series presents: Restorative Justice and Healing a Community–the Penobscot Nation Tribal Wellness Court Monday, November 8, … Read More

Faculty Highlights | Chief Noel March weighs in on Hate Crimes in Maine

Chief Noel March, UMA Lecturer of Justice Studies, joins Assistant Attorney General Leanne Robbin on Maine Calling to discuss hate … 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 … Read More

UMA Justice Studies on the virtual national stage

UMA Lecturer of Justice Studies Noel March, who is also a board member of the International Association of Chiefs of … Read More