September 10, 2021

First Persons: The Wabanaki Peoples of Maine Webinar

As has been the case for Native Americans most everywhere, for centuries Maine’s original inhabitants have maintained their Tribal Nations as well as resisted and struggled against powerful political and social forces for the rights, opportunities, and protections legally retained by them as indigenous people and promised to them in treaties. While minor progress has…

April 22, 2021

MaineMBA Webinar

Interested in earning your MBA but can’t afford the time to travel to campus? UMaine’s online MBA program may be just what you’re looking for. Online education is big business, and UMaine is at the cutting edge of delivering world-class online education through the MaineMBA. Learn from MaineMBA alumni who shared their insight on how…

January 25, 2021

Black Studies in 21st Century Higher Education

To kick off Black History Month, the University of Maine Black Student Union and the Alumni Association discussed the relevance and impact of Black Studies in 21st Century Higher Education featuring Dr. Sonia Sanchez and Dr. John Bracey. The session and Q+A discussion were moderated by current UMaine Chemistry PhD Student: Lauren Babb.