UNE students unearth Biddeford’s history

ARCHAEOLOGICAL DIG REVEALS 1,000-YEAR PAST https://youtu.be/NSoU-IecGIM BIDDEFORD — At the University of New England, a group of students is getting the “dirt” on Biddeford’s history as a Native American trading hub through their work in a course on archeological field methods. Three students, supervised by Visiting Assistant Lecturer Arthur Anderson, have taken residence along a … Continue reading UNE students unearth Biddeford’s history

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Honors Undergraduate Thesis

My Honors Undergraduate Thesis, Extra! Extra! This Just Thin: Identifying and Evaluating Framing of Obesity-Related News Coverage in Maine, is available here as a PDF. The abstract is copied below: Obesity is an important health issue, and understanding both its origins and its remedies is critical. More than 78 million people in the United States — more than … Continue reading Honors Undergraduate Thesis

Framing the Penobscot River Restoration

Framing the Penobscot River Restoration  The website, Framing the Penobscot River Restoration, was created to serve as a final group project for CMJ 493: Environmental Communication. The site contains a frame analysis of news articles pertaining to the Penobscot River Restoration Project. This was a group project in collaboration with Margaret Bouchard, Derek Douglass, Diyyinah Jamora, and Chase Brunton.

Maine Summer Youth Music Camp 2015

Originally published July 29, 2015 Around 140 high school students from across Maine gathered at the University of Maine July 18-26 for the annual Maine Summer Youth Music Camp (MSYM). Students participated in musical activities such as concert band, chorus, musical theater and jazz, and performed in a concert at the end of the week. … Continue reading Maine Summer Youth Music Camp 2015

SMART Institute 2015

Originally published July 21, 2015 Video created for the University of Maine College of Engineering, highlighting the second annual SMART Institute, a stormwater management research team funded through the National Science Foundation. This year, nearly 100 Maine high-schoolers came to the University of Maine for three days to study new technologies in stormwater management and laboratory … Continue reading SMART Institute 2015

A Hidden Art

Originally published Dec. 17, 2014 Final project for CMJ 351: Multimedia Production http://youtu.be/JKSQQKhJlzg It's often said that there is no such thing like a true Maine winter -- harsh, cold and with plenty of snow. When it comes to winter at the University of Maine, tensions often ride high when campus residents and commuters find … Continue reading A Hidden Art