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UMaine Today Magazine 

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Choosing to Forgive
Choosing to Forgive

A peace studies course offers a research-based exploration of forgiveness. The class helps students deconstruct the world's culture of violence and understand forgiveness as a tool to build a culture of peace.

 
Artful Science
Artful Science

Marine scientist Sara Lindsay uses microscopy to study marine worms called spionids to understand their physiology and behavior. Through her research, she has built a collection of images that are scientifically meaningful and aesthetically striking.

 
Write On!
Write On!

Got a paper due for a high school or college class? Head to the nearest writing center, where student tutors can't guarantee a good grade on that paper, but can help you be a better writer.

 
A Balancing Act
A Balancing Act

For more than a quarter-century, Bob Steneck has been monitoring the health of marine ecosystems. From Maine's lobsters to corals in the Caribbean, the marine scientist has become a leading expert on the impact humans have on the world's oceans.

 
Metal in Motion
Metal in Motion

Because of the body's natural resistance to foreign materials, implants used for bone repair have been problematic. At UMaine, an engineer has teamed with a surgeon to explore the use of foam metals that could change all that.

UMaine Today
Creativity and Achievement at the University of Maine
Volume 6 Issue 4

 

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