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GEE 230 Intro to Engineering Leadership & Management

GEE 230 Introduction to Engineering Leadership and Management 1 cr. Mondays  Section 0001 1:00-1:50 & Section 0002 2:00-2:50 PM LEADERSHIP SKILLS – CRITICAL TO YOUR CAREER! Employers are looking for leaders with technical skills not just great engineers! Why do you need strong leadership skills?    – Increases your job opportunities    – Increases your advancement potential    – Increases your […]

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Paige Belanger: Co-Op Experience

This summer, third-year bioengineering student Paige Belanger had the opportunity to Co-Op at Solenis, an American manufacturer of specialty chemicals for the pulp, paper, oil and gas, chemical processing, mining, biorefining, power and municipal markets. Paige’s position at Solenis was a commercial engineering intern. In this role, she conducted daily microbiological system profiles and investigated problems […]

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Design & Build Cardboard Canoe Race

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers is hosting the annual Design & Build Cardboard Canoe Race on Saturday, September 30 at 1:00 p.m. Location: Stillwater River by the Steamplant Parking Lot Register Now! $20 Per Team Up to 4 people per canoe Contact umaine.asme@gmail.com for further details and to register  

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UMaine, EMCC agreement makes transferring to four-year degrees easier

  Eastern Maine Community College and the University of Maine signed a Memorandum of Understanding Aug. 1, that confirms the commitment of both institutions to allow EMCC students in designated programs to easily transfer credits toward a UMaine bachelor’s degree. The MOU supports the creation of program agreements to streamline admission opportunities for academically qualified […]

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High Altitude Ballooning group to live stream eclipse at Clemson University

A University of Maine contingent will be in South Carolina on Aug. 21 to provide people around the world with a live view of the total eclipse from the edge of space. The engineering group is part of the NASA-sponsored project, “Great American Eclipse,” during which students from 55 teams nationwide will launch high-altitude balloons […]

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Researching Paper Diagnostics

Chloe Lilly is a rising junior in the bioengineering department. Her research is looking at paper diagnostics and how this impacts Maine’s paper industry.

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Growing Algae to Feed Oysters

Sarah Caron is a graduate mechanical engineering student from Holden, Maine at the University of Maine working on her masters. A Maine aquaculture farming facility teamed up with the University in need of a large volume photobioreactor (PBR) to grow algae that would be used to feed oysters at their facility. The facility is currently […]

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Society of Women Engineers Recognized UMaine Future Leader

The SWE Future Leaders coordination team would like to recognize the 21 SWEFL’s that completed the FY17 SWEFL Program. These collegiates have grown in their leadership skills and had opportunities to meet a variety of SWE global leaders. Below, we are highlighting SWEFLs that have gone above and beyond their core program requirements. One SWE […]

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Take Your Career to the Next Level with a Professional Science Masters

Ready to take your career to the next level by earning a Professional Science Masters in Engineering & Business? Aerospace and Surveying tracks are offered online so that you can finish your degree from just about anywhere. https://engineering.umaine.edu/psm/ “As I continued to grow, both personally and professionally, I had long been contemplating graduate school. I […]

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Cadet Jenny Dalrymple takes on the 64-foot rappel tower at Cadet Summer Training Advanced Camp at Ft. Knox, Kentucky

Cadets Build Confidence at Ft. Knox

Cadet Jenny Dalrymple takes on the 64-foot rappel tower at Cadet Summer Training Advanced Camp at Ft. Knox, Kentucky, where she is building confidence in both herself and her equipment. Cadet Dalrymple-way to represent! Did you know that the Army ROTC and Navy ROTC are both under the College of Engineering at the University of […]

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