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UMaine Today Magazine 

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Casualties of Bullying
Casualties of Bullying

Research by educators and psychologists at the University of Maine shows that what is largely considered an age-old problem of childhood has taken on new dimensions in our technologically driven, media-saturated society. And its effects have long-range implications.

 
Raising Halibut
Raising Halibut

In Franklin, Maine, there's a fish called Wanda. She and her companions seed the production lines of the seven-year halibut aquaculture program at UMaine's Center for Cooperative Aquaculture Research.

 
Tamper Resistant
Tamper Resistant

An initiative funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security taps UMaine's expertise in composites and sensor technologies to develop a new kind of cargo container one that can tell its handlers when it has been tampered with.

 
Nation of Origins
Nation of Origins

Throughout American history, issues related to religious, racial and ethnic diversity have bubbled up, especially in times of national crisis. Indeed, cultural diversity shaped the formation of the nation, according to early American historian Liam Riordan.

UMaine Today
Creativity and Achievement at the University of Maine
Volume 8 Issue 1

 

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