November 29, 2023
“Global Mega-Trends and The Maine Economy” Webinar
Hear from Dr. Norm O’Reilly, Dean of the Graduate School of Business and Professor of Sport Management & Marketing. Dr. Norm O’Reilly has expertise in a range of business topics, including analytics, marketing, sponsorship, social media, sport finance, social marketing, physical activity and management education. He has authored or co-authored 16 books, 14 case studies…
May 31, 2023
“The Maine College of Engineering and Computing: A Collaboration for Success”
Join us for an informative webinar with, Giovanna Guidoboni, inaugural Dean of Maine College of Engineering and Computing, which bridges engineering and computing programs for the benefit of all students across the University of Maine System. The University of Maine System Board of Trustees approved an initial engineering framework for the Maine College of Engineering…
January 27, 2023
“BioHome3D: A Sustainable Approach to Affordable Housing” with Dr. Habib Dagher
“BioHome3D: A Sustainable Approach to Affordable Housing” with Dr. Habib Dagher\ The University of Maine Advanced Structures and Composites Center (ASCC) unveiled BioHome3D, the first 3D-printed house made entirely with bio-based materials. BioHome3D was developed with funding from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Hub and Spoke program between the UMaine and Oak Ridge National Laboratory.…
November 28, 2022
“Building the Future for UMaine Athletics” Webinar
Join us for a special online presentation, Seth Woodcock, Senior Associate Athletic Director for Development and Capital Planning, will share the vision for the future of UMaine athletics facilities, funded in large part by a $90 million commitment from the Harold Alfond Foundation. The plan includes support to maintain excellence in the state’s only Division…
May 5, 2022
“True North: Finding the Essence of the Aroostook” Webinar ft. Kathy Olmstead
Hear Kathy Olmstead talk through her excerpts of ‘True North: Finding the Essence of the Aroostook’ of Aroostook County. Hear about her journey to Maine, her book’s inspiration and all that she learned about the county.
April 26, 2022
1963 Webinar ft. Dan Churchill
On April 26, 2022, a webinar featuring Dan Churchill took place, covering the Climate Change Institute, paramilitary training, and more.
April 15, 2022
“American Diplomacy in Turbulent Times” Webinar
American Diplomacy in Turbulent Times webinar, featuring three distinguished Black Bear alumni – Ann Hall ’81, Gregory Johnson ’68, Pamela Murphy-White ’71.
April 1, 2022
“What if the Moon Didn’t Exist?” Webinar ft. Dr. Neil Comins
Without the Moon, Earth would be significantly different from what it is today. Renowned scientist and author Dr. Neil Comins explains the evolution of the Earth-Moon system and the Moon’s profound effects on our planet and life as we know it. This webinar was sponsored by Bangor Savings Bank.
March 3, 2022
“The Russian Invasion of Ukraine: Implications for the US and the World” Webinar
Presented by the UMaine Alumni Association, the William S. Cohen Institute for Leadership and Public Service, the School of Policy and International Affairs, and the Department of Political Science.
February 17, 2022
Biogeochemical Risks in the Changing Arctic Webinar ft. Dr. Kimberley Rain Miner ’18 Ph.D.
Special thanks to support from our co-host, Tower Hill Botanic Garden of Boylston, MA for facilitating the Biogeochemical Risks in the Changing Arctic webinar ft. Dr. Kimberley Rain Miner ’18 Ph.D. Watch to hear how the discussion regarding wetlands, permafrost, thermocarbs, arctic methane and more play a role in these hazardous changes.
January 17, 2022
MLK Day Virtual Event 2022 ︱The State of Civil Rights in Maine
This event is co-hosted by the University of Maine Alumni Association and the Greater Bangor Branch of the NAACP.
November 25, 2021
Journalistic Ethics During the COVID 19 Pandemic
How well are the news media covering the pandemic? How well are the news media covering media coverage of the pandemic? Dr. Michael J. Socolow, a noted media historian and faculty member of UMaine’s Department of Communication and Journalism, addresses these and other questions posed by participating alumni and friends about media ethics and practices.…