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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, 2021 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. via Webinar This event will … 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 crimes in Maine — discussing recent events, past patterns of … 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

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 Police, took part in a panel discussion on “Educating our … Read More

The UMA Maine Community Policing Institute Gains National Attention

At the invitation of The Ohio State University, UMA Lecturer of Justice Studies Noel March presented a talk on the State of American Community Policing (via video) on October 6th. … Read More

Agreement between UMA and Maine Law allows students to pursue undergraduate and law degree through 3+3 Admissions Program

An agreement between the University of Maine at Augusta (UMA) and the University of Maine School of Law (Maine Law) will allow students to combine their final year at UMA … Read More

UMA Community Policing Expert invited to Campus Focus Group

The International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators will host a webinar entitled, “A Conversation: Ideas for Preparing Other Campus Leaders Prior to Divisive Incidents or Conflicts,” on June 30, … Read More

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

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

Chief March, Lecturer of Justice Studies, co-hosts on WVOM 101.3FM & 103.9FM

UMA Lecturer of Justice Studies, Chief Noel March, has temporarily landed a prime spot on drive time talk radio as a substitute co-host on the popular George Hale – Ric … Read More

UMA Lecturer, Noel March, Appointed to International Association of Chiefs of Police

University of Maine at Augusta Director of the Maine Community Policing Institute and Lecturer of Justice Studies appointed through 2022 AUGUSTA – Noel C. March, Director of the Maine Community … Read More

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