Friday, Jan. 20 – 8 p.m. at the University of Maine at Machias Performing Arts Center: Mind reader Eric Dittelman. Free to all UMM students, staff and faculty. $5 for community members. Have you ever wondered what it would be … Read More
The Alumni Spotlight shines this week on Tammy Carr of Marshfield, a 2010 UMM graduate of the Behavioral Science and Community Studies program. Tammy is now a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC)/Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) Tell us a … Read More
An important conversation for Washington County coastal communities: Coastal Conversations Radio Program: Waterfront communities prepare for climate change impacts Waterfront Communities Prepare for Climate Change Coastal Conversations show: December 23, 2016, 10 a.m. WERU 89.9 in Blue Hill and 99.9 … Read More
UMM Athletic Director Nick Cowell has received the U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association Power Rankings of the season – UMM’s men’s basketball team is ranked 13th in the country and the women’s team is ranked 18th in the country. Nick said … Read More
Tonight’s basketball games with the University of Maine at Fort Kent are cancelled due to weather in the visiting teams’ area and rescheduled for next Thursday, December 8.
The Alumni Spotlight for December shines on Elizabeth Sullivan, 2006 UMM graduate from the Environmental Studies/Behavioral Science and Community Studies program. Originally from Connecticut, Liz now lives in Marshfield and is the Human Services Instructor at Washington County Community College … Read More
UMM Senior Willow Weed-Eaton will hold an opening reception for her senior art show, Psyche in Bloom, at the UMM Art Gallery in Powers Hall at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 28. The event is free and open to the public.
The UMM Men’s Soccer Team left Tuesday morning for National Competition in Virginia. Good luck Clippers!! Here is the latest information on positions and how to watch the games: The men are seeded #10 and will play in Pool B: Friday, … Read More
University of Maine at Machias students recently visited the lost community of Atusville, on outer Court Street in Machias, as part of their Community and Place Studies. Their guide was Professor Marcus LiBrizzi, who has written a history of Atusville. … Read More