Undergraduate students

Jacob Eddy and Brianne Du Clos: Bees and Barrens

Jacob Eddy of Thompson, Connecticut is a junior at the University of Maine. He will graduate in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in wildlife ecology, and a concentration in wildlife science and management. This past summer, Eddy worked with UMaine graduate student Brianne Du Clos, who collaborates with faculty researchers Cynthia Loftin and Frank Drummond. […]

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Zachary Mason

Zachary Mason: Exploring glaciers of the past

When Zachary Mason came to the University of Maine, he was unsure of what field he wanted to pursue. With strong interests in science and math, he joined a variety of clubs to dip his toes into different scientific disciplines.

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lobster claws

Get a grip

Developing a noninvasive procedure to determine the viability of lobsters for shipping was the goal of a recent cross-discipline research project led by a University of Maine undergraduate student. Matthew Hodgkin, a fourth-year animal and veterinary sciences major from Colebrook, Connecticut, developed a method to evaluate lobster livelihood based on claw strength. He collaborated with […]

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2015 NSFA Undergraduate Student Awards

[printfriendly] Wallace C. and Janet S. Dunham Prize This year’s Wallace C. and Janet S. Dunham Prize is awarded to Stephanie Wood, a biology major from New Jersey. A member of the Honors College, Stephanie has managed a busy schedule, balancing classes, laboratory research, and her position on UMaine’s softball team while navigating personal illness […]

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