4 months ago

Dr. Lavoie successfully defends doctoral dissertation

The University of Maine at Fort Kent Assistant Professor of Behavioral Science Lisa Lavoie, PhD, MAIS, LCPC-C, CADC, MHRT-C, CRC, has successfully defended her PhD dissertation entitled “Exploring the Experience of Supervisee Shame in Licensed Professional Mental Health Counselors: A Phenomenological Study” on August 28.

4 months ago

UMFK hosts Pediatric Health Fair

On December 1 the University of Maine at Fort Kent nursing department hosted a Pediatric Health Fair at the UMFK Sports Center. Over 450 children from surrounding communities, kindergarten to grade 6, attended the event which showcased 36 booths of varying health and wellness topics appropriate for children.

Photo of the University of Fort Kent sign
6 months ago

UMFK to host film screening on Northern Maine Borderlands

The Archives acadiennes/Acadian Archives will sponsor a screening of “La Frontière”, a documentary film on the border regions of Maine, at the University of Maine at Fort Kent on Friday, Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. in Nadeau Hall conference room. The event is free and open to the public.

6 months ago

UMFK to host open house 

The University of Maine at Fort Kent will host its annual fall open house for prospective college-bound students on Friday, November 3 to give everyone a chance to experience campus life.

7 months ago

Get on board Train of Events to celebrate Harry Potter

The University of Maine at Fort Kent English faculty have planned a Train of Events each day from Oct. 11-15. Faculty, staff, students, and community members are encouraged to participate in various Harry Potter books and literacy awareness readings that are scheduled to take place after the University’s fall break

7 months ago

UMFK student participates in impactful research

When biology student Derry Bessette began her college career at the University of Maine at Fort Kent, she had no idea that someday she would have the opportunity to participate in a research project beyond her university’s campus that would ultimately benefit the healthcare industry.