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Covid-19 Personal Reflection, Abigayl Novak May 2020

Covid-19 Personal Reflection, Abigayl Novak

Personal Reflections

Personal reflection of University of Maine student Abigayl Novak. The reflection was submitted using the COVID-19 UMaine Community Archive Google Form.


Covid-19 Personal Reflection, Richard B. Partridge May 2020

Covid-19 Personal Reflection, Richard B. Partridge

Personal Reflections

Personal reflection submitted by University of Maine Alumnus Richard B. Partridge during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The submission came via the University of Maine Alumni Association.


Students Come First: Deadline Extended For Neche Survey, Dan Malloy May 2020

Students Come First: Deadline Extended For Neche Survey, Dan Malloy

Chancellor

Message to the University of Maine System community from Chancellor Dan Malloy regarding the extension of a deadline for a NECHE survey and a thank you to the University of Maine community for work during Spring semester during the COVID-19 pandemic.


First-Year Computer Science Students: Pathways And Perceptions In Introductory Computer Science Courses, Christina A. Leblanc May 2020

First-Year Computer Science Students: Pathways And Perceptions In Introductory Computer Science Courses, Christina A. Leblanc

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This study examined student perceptions and experiences of an introductory Computer Science course at the University of Maine; COS 125: Introduction to Problem Solving Using Computer Programs. It also explored the pathways that students pursue after taking COS 125, depending on their success in the course, and their motivation to persist. Through characterizing student populations and their performance in their first semester in the Computer Science program, they can be placed into one of three categories that explain their path; a “continuer” (passed COS 125 and decided to stay in the major), a “persister” (did not pass COS 125 and ...


Chancellor Messages_Your Unified Accreditation Feedback Is Important!, Dan Malloy May 2020

Chancellor Messages_Your Unified Accreditation Feedback Is Important!, Dan Malloy

Chancellor

Message to the University of Maine System community from Chancellor Dan Malloy regarding seeking feedback on the united accreditation of the University of Maine System, sent during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Giving Tuesday Umaine Email, University Of Maine Foundation May 2020

Giving Tuesday Umaine Email, University Of Maine Foundation

University of Maine Foundation

Email sent by the University of Maine Foundation to the University of Maine community to promote a special day of giving in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Covid-19 Personal Reflection, Sudy T. Graham May 2020

Covid-19 Personal Reflection, Sudy T. Graham

Personal Reflections

Personal reflection submitted by University of Maine Alumna Sudy T. Graham during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The submission came via the University of Maine Alumni Association.


Covid-19 Personal Reflection_Unprecedented Times, Betty J. White May 2020

Covid-19 Personal Reflection_Unprecedented Times, Betty J. White

Personal Reflections

Personal reflection submitted by University of Maine Alumna Betty J. White during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The submission came via the University of Maine Alumni Association.


Immersion For Change: A Cultural Discovery Project To Lessen Educator Bias By Increasing Perspective, Kari Payne May 2020

Immersion For Change: A Cultural Discovery Project To Lessen Educator Bias By Increasing Perspective, Kari Payne

Poster Presentations

This cultural project focused on increasing cultural competency and lessening implicit bias for both myself and the agency I work for. The process highlighted how important relationships and ongoing connection are when blending the needs of the New Mainer Population with those serving the children in the community.


Examining Restraint, Isolation, And Seclusion: The Process, The Literature, And The Data Of A Research-Based Lend Leadership Project, Desiree Peña May 2020

Examining Restraint, Isolation, And Seclusion: The Process, The Literature, And The Data Of A Research-Based Lend Leadership Project, Desiree Peña

Poster Presentations

The University of Maine’s Center for Community Inclusion and Disability Studies (CCIDS) embarked on a study, funded by the Maine Developmental Disabilities (DD) Council, to analyze the effect of increased support and training may have in reducing restraints, isolation, and seclusions at a private agency with residential and educational programs in various cities in Maine.

  • Across all of its sites, this private agency has been utilizing Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI), a comprehensive crisis management program, designed by researchers at Cornell University. A team from Cornell is currently providing additional training in TCI implementation to agency staff at a specific ...


Inclusion/Services And Family Engagement: Leadership Opportunities, Nicole Drown May 2020

Inclusion/Services And Family Engagement: Leadership Opportunities, Nicole Drown

Poster Presentations

Project was created to provide: data driven materials to Maine's Child Development Services; resources and supports to families; and exploration into Applied Behavioral Analysis for Behavioral Intervention Support learning.


Investigating The Intersections Of Interpersonal Violence: Identifying Risk And Protective Factors For Hazing, Kayla E. Goodwin May 2020

Investigating The Intersections Of Interpersonal Violence: Identifying Risk And Protective Factors For Hazing, Kayla E. Goodwin

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Building on the work of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s initiative to investigate the links between multiple forms of violence, this study used a “review-of-reviews” qualitative approach, a form of meta-analysis, to illuminate the intersections of sexual violence and hazing. Data were analyzed to uncover the risk and protective factors for hazing. These findings were then compared to the risk and protective factors for sexual violence to investigate any intersections, broadening the research about the intersecting forms of interpersonal violence. Eleven risk factors for hazing were identified, four of which intersect with previously identified risk factors for ...


Fogler Library Covid-19 Misinformation Social Media Challenge Post, Jen Bonet, Sentra Seller May 2020

Fogler Library Covid-19 Misinformation Social Media Challenge Post, Jen Bonet, Sentra Seller

Raymond H. Fogler Library

Social media post promoting the University of Maine’s Fogler Library's Misinformation Social Media Challenge to discern fact from fiction in popular media. At the time of the content's submission to the University of Maine COVID-19 Community Archive over 200 people had signed up from across New England. The challenge involved participants receiving an email with one or two tasks designed to test their knowledge of the novel coronavirus, while having fun and learning something new. They spent time evaluating memes, doctors, news headlines, treatments, and some of the science behind the virus.


Chancellor Messages_Ready To Go, Dan Malloy Apr 2020

Chancellor Messages_Ready To Go, Dan Malloy

Chancellor

Message to the University of Maine System community from Chancellor Dan Malloy regarding plans for unified accreditation during the COVID-19 virus.


Covid-19 Personal Reflection, Nancy Roberts Munson Apr 2020

Covid-19 Personal Reflection, Nancy Roberts Munson

Personal Reflections

Personal reflection submitted by University of Maine Alumna Nancy Roberts Munson during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The submission came via the University of Maine Alumni Association.


Eng 206 - Covid-19 Personal Reflection, Joi Winters Chavaleh Apr 2020

Eng 206 - Covid-19 Personal Reflection, Joi Winters Chavaleh

Personal Reflections

Personal reflection submitted by University of Maine student Chavaleh Joi Winters during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The submission is a essay Winters submitted as part of her University of Maine English 206 Class.


Covid-19 Personal Reflection, Don Cookson Apr 2020

Covid-19 Personal Reflection, Don Cookson

Personal Reflections

Personal reflection submitted by University of Maine Alumnus Don Cookson during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The submission came via the University of Maine Alumni Association.


University Of Maine Athletics_Heathcare Worker Thank You_Kelesy Wilson, University Of Maine Athletics Apr 2020

University Of Maine Athletics_Heathcare Worker Thank You_Kelesy Wilson, University Of Maine Athletics

Athletics Department

Thank you to University of Maine Alumna and healthcare worker Kelesy Wilson. Wilson was a member of the Class of 2011 and a women's soccer player. The thank you's were sent out by University of Maine Athletics during the COVID-19 pandemic.


University Of Maine Athletics_Heathcare Worker Thank You_Hannah Kealing, University Of Maine Athletics Apr 2020

University Of Maine Athletics_Heathcare Worker Thank You_Hannah Kealing, University Of Maine Athletics

Athletics Department

Thank you to University of Maine Alumna and healthcare worker Hannah Kealing. Kealing was a member of the Class of 2015 and a women's field hockey player. The thank you's were sent out by University of Maine Athletics during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Cooperative Extension Covid-19_Services & Programs Webpages, University Of Maine Cooperative Extension Apr 2020

Cooperative Extension Covid-19_Services & Programs Webpages, University Of Maine Cooperative Extension

Cooperative Extension

Screenshots of various University of Maine Cooperative Extension webpages featuring announcements regarding various programs, services, and publications provide by the Cooperative Extension during the COVID-19 pandemic.


University Of Maine Athletics_Heathcare Worker Thank You_Sandi Carver, University Of Maine Athletics Apr 2020

University Of Maine Athletics_Heathcare Worker Thank You_Sandi Carver, University Of Maine Athletics

Athletics Department

Thank you to University of Maine Alumna and healthcare worker Sandi Carver. Carver was a member of the Class of 1978 and a women's basketball player. The thank you's were sent out by University of Maine Athletics during the COVID-19 pandemic.


University Of Maine Athletics_Heathcare Worker Thank You_Liz Hawthorne, University Of Maine Athletics Apr 2020

University Of Maine Athletics_Heathcare Worker Thank You_Liz Hawthorne, University Of Maine Athletics

Athletics Department

Thank you to University of Maine Alumna and healthcare worker Liz Hawthorne. Hawthorne was a member of the Class of 2004 and a women's soccer player. The thank you's were sent out by University of Maine Athletics during the COVID-19 pandemic.


University Of Maine Athletics_Heathcare Worker Thank You_Justin Alley, University Of Maine Athletics Apr 2020

University Of Maine Athletics_Heathcare Worker Thank You_Justin Alley, University Of Maine Athletics

Athletics Department

Thank you to University of Maine Alumnus and healthcare worker Justin Alley. Alley was a member of the Class of 2006 and a swimmer at the University of Maine. The thank you's were sent out by University of Maine Athletics during the COVID-19 pandemic.


University Of Maine Athletics_Heathcare Worker Thank You_Kelly Stubbs, University Of Maine Athletics Apr 2020

University Of Maine Athletics_Heathcare Worker Thank You_Kelly Stubbs, University Of Maine Athletics

Athletics Department

Thank you to University of Maine Alumna and healthcare worker Kelly Stubbs. Stubbs was a member of the Class of 2017 and a women's basketball player. The thank you's were sent out by University of Maine Athletics during the COVID-19 pandemic.


University Of Maine Athletics_Heathcare Worker Thank You_Lilli Wiseman, University Of Maine Athletics Apr 2020

University Of Maine Athletics_Heathcare Worker Thank You_Lilli Wiseman, University Of Maine Athletics

Athletics Department

Thank you to University of Maine Alumna and healthcare worker Lilli Wiseman. Wiseman was a member of the Class of 2017 and a swimmer at the University of Maine. The thank you's were sent out by University of Maine Athletics during the COVID-19 pandemic.


University Of Maine Athletics_Heathcare Worker Thank You_Abby Schrader, University Of Maine Athletics Apr 2020

University Of Maine Athletics_Heathcare Worker Thank You_Abby Schrader, University Of Maine Athletics

Athletics Department

Thank you to University of Maine Alumna and healthcare worker Abby Schrader. Schrader was a member of the Class of 2006 and a women's basketball player. The thank you's were sent out by University of Maine Athletics during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Undergraduate Admissions_Virtual University Of Maine Webpage, University Of Maine Admissions Apr 2020

Undergraduate Admissions_Virtual University Of Maine Webpage, University Of Maine Admissions

Admissions

Screenshot of the University of Maine Undergraduate Admissions Virtual University of Maine webpage, in-lieu of in-person tours during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Covid-19 Personal Reflection, Paul Bishop Butler, Janet Bishop Butler Apr 2020

Covid-19 Personal Reflection, Paul Bishop Butler, Janet Bishop Butler

Personal Reflections

Personal reflection submitted by University of Maine Alumnus Paul Bishop Butler and Alumna Janet Bishop Butler during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The submission came via the University of Maine Alumni Association.


Covid-19 Personal Reflection, Rachel D. Dutch Apr 2020

Covid-19 Personal Reflection, Rachel D. Dutch

Personal Reflections

Personal reflection submitted by University of Maine Alumna Rachel D. Dutch during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The submission came via the University of Maine Alumni Association.


Library Advisory Council Staff Communications, Anne Marie Engelsen Apr 2020

Library Advisory Council Staff Communications, Anne Marie Engelsen

Raymond H. Fogler Library

Emails sent by the Library Advisory Council to Fogler staff with advice on accessing professional development opportunities and different University of Maine resources.