Latest News from the University of Maine at Fort Kent
The University of Maine at Fort Kent's Blake Library Gallery and Thérèse L. Provenzano, UMFK adjunct visual art instructor, will host its sixth annual “Young Artist Exhibition” featuring talented young artists from the St. John Valley public schools. The exhibit will be on display through Tuesday, December 2.
The National Weather Service (NWS) has deemed the University of Maine at Fort Kent as "StormReady."
Kimika Forbes, a University of Maine at Fort Kent senior, advances with her Trinidad and Tobago women's national soccer team to the FIFA World Cup fourth place qualifying match against Ecuador this Saturday, November 8, in Ecuador. Due partially to Forbes' attention-grabbing efforts as goalkeeper for the team, Trinidad and Tobago still has the opportunity to become the first Caribbean team to qualify for the 2015 Women's World Cup in Canada.
The University of Maine at Fort Kent has always served its veterans and military personnel in order to help the nation's warriors transition to civilian life, and a new accolade from G.I. Jobs, the premiere magazine for returning military personnel, has awarded the UMFK the designation of Military Friendly School for 2015.
The University of Maine at Fort Kent Environmental Studies Speaker Series will host a presentation by Dr. Roland Lebel on Friday, November 14 at 11 a.m. in the Nadeau Hall conference room. The presentation is free and open to the public. The topic of discussion is “Causes of Global Warming – Anthropogenic, Natural, or Both.”
The federal government has recognized the University of Maine System (UMS) as one of the nation's premier academic leaders in the area of cybersecurity education.