In a small corner of a publicly accessible computer lab in the University of Maine at Fort Kent Blake Library is a gray cube that has students talking all across the campus.
Students, staff, and faculty were taking trips to that special corner to watch a 3D printer, which is about the size of a dorm refrigerator, as it slowly created a detailed replica of a human hand.
The trustees of the Maine Higher Education Assistance Foundation (MeHEAF) are pleased to announce the awarding of a scholarship in the amount of $1,000 to Michelle Kelly of St. John Plantation. Kelly is a senior business management major at the University of Maine at Fort Kent, where she maintains a high grade-point average.
In the first of a series of lectures on Albert Einstein, a theoretical nuclear physicist introduced an audience to the life, times and ideas of one of the most influential thinkers of the modern era at the Fox Auditorium of the University of Maine at Fort Kent on November 5.
A group that advocates for the education of military veterans has awarded the University of Maine at Fort Kent the designation of a 2016 Military Friendly® School. The Military Friendly® Schools list identifies top colleges, universities, community colleges, and trade schools that are doing the most to embrace military students, and which dedicate resources to ensure this success both in the classroom and after graduation.
The University of Maine at Fort Kent Blake Library Gallery will feature paintings by local artist Lorraine (Morin) Levesque through the month of November.
Levesque created the larger works on display over the years, including some from a private collection. The smaller paintings are her recent creations. Art aficionados will see that some of the work includes a plaster that makes the artwork appear raised, such as the painting of pink spring flowers in a blue vase.
How can the people in an organization learn how to respond to a cyber attack without fending off an actual attack? It's a puzzle that University of Maine at Fort Kent Professor of Computer Science Dr. Raymond Albert and about 45 other people are solving with the help of a secure simulation environment they are testing this fall.