News and Announcements

Maine Days courtyard cleanup

It’s a Maine Day of service on campus – thank you to all of our volunteers who helped clean up the Murray Courtyard! They also discovered they were being supervised by a very well-camouflaged frog. We aren’t quite sure how it made its way in there (it’d have to scale a three-story building, hop across […]

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New Tick Research Project in Maine

ITCH is a new community science tick project taking place across New England. Researchers at the University of Maine are seeking Maine residents to take part in an online survey regarding attitudes and practices about ticks on their properties.  We are also seeking Penobscot County residents willing to let researchers collect ticks on their properties […]

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Jacquelyn Gill essay featured in Sierra Magazine

Sierra Magazine featured an essay entitled “The Asteroid and the Fern” that Jacquelyn Gill, associate professor of paleoecology and plant ecology with the University of Maine School of Biology and Ecology and Climate Change Institute, wrote for the collection “Not Too Late: Changing the Climate Story From Despair to Possibility” edited by Rebecca Solnit and Thelma […]

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