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Explore Race & Social Justice for Credit this Spring

This spring students have several opportunities to dive deeper into the academic theme of Race & Social Justice through interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary lenses. These courses are flexible and are open … Read More

Paid Health Equity Research Assistant Positions & Fellowships

Undergraduate Research Fellowship Supervisors: Depending on qualifications and home institution, URA will work under the supervision of either or a combination of one of the project CO-PIs: Drs. Katherine Weatherford … Read More

UMA Professors Katherine Weatherford Darling, Valerie Rubinsky, and Joyoung Shim are part of interdisciplinary groups to receive grants from the UMS System Research Reinvestment Fund

This spring, the University of Maine System Research Reinvestment Fund (RRF) Advisory Board announced its awards for internal grants focusing on one-year projects in the areas of COVID-19 Rapid Response … Read More

New Courses for Fall 2021! Social Problems and Drugs & Society

Professor Katherine Darling is offering two new courses in the Fall semester! Register before May 15th to be entered into a raffle to win one FREE* course! SOC 201: Social … Read More

University of Maine at Augusta student honored as 2021-2022 Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact

Augusta – Campus Compact, a Boston-based non-profit organization working to advance the public purposes of higher education, has announced the 212 students who will make up the organization’s 2021-2022 cohort of Newman Civic … Read More

Health Equity Dialogues: Healthcare & Health Equity in Transgender Communities

The University of Maine at Augusta will host a webinar featuring a panel of experts on trans health, health equity, and healthcare inequalities in Maine. Event Title: Health Equity Dialogues: … Read More

UMA taking part in Educate Maine Symposium with panelist presenting on Prisoner Education and Supporting Students in Recovery

This December, Educate Maine is bringing together hundreds of educators, business and civic leaders, policymakers, national thought leaders, and diverse individuals from across our state’s institutions and communities at its … 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

Grant-funded Student Research Assistant positions

Dr. Corlew’s Psychology in Context Research Lab (PiC Lab) The RAs will work on two active projects. In one, data collection is complete, and we will be developing community publications. … Read More

Adapting to Change in the College Experience

When COVID-19 shut down in-person instruction across the University of Maine System this spring, instructors and students quickly adapted. Fortunately, most students and faculty at UMA Rockland had experience with … Read More

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