Local students from the University of Maine at Presque Isle and Presque Isle High School have been able to take part in the experiential learning opportunity of a lifetime thanks to an anonymous donor and an island center off the coast of Maine focused on science and leadership-based activities.
University of Maine at Presque Isle student Dylan Ouellette is turning his love of the ceramic arts into a business and community art space called The Ceramic Project.
After receiving final authorization from the University of Maine System Board of Trustees on Monday, the University of Maine at Presque Isle plans to initiate an official request for proposals process in the coming weeks in order to select a buyer for the Houlton Higher Education Center.
The region’s premier leadership development training experience returns for its 16th year with the theme Leadership Lessons from the Midway.
Through an effort led by the Maine Department of Education, the University of Maine at Presque Isle will be one of five sites in Maine to host a live screening of the documentary film The Right to Read, an award-winning film about a topic that filmmakers describe as the “greatest civil rights issue of our time”: literacy.
In collaboration with one of the leading artificial turf companies in the country, the University of Maine at Presque Isle will soon be home to Aroostook County’s very first indoor portable turf field.
Three University of Maine at Presque Isle students participating in the Fine Art Program’s Senior Thesis class will showcase their work in the BFA Student Mini-Show, an end-of-the-semester group exhibition
The University of Maine at Presque Isle is welcoming 15 new staff members this Fall 2023 semester.
Dr. Tomasz Herzog, University of Maine at Presque Isle Professor of Social Foundations of Education and Social Studies Education, co-edited a book on the COVID-19 pandemic that was published recently in Berlin, Germany.
After sharing plans this summer for the addition of a 3-D Sun to the Maine Solar System Model, University of Maine at Presque Isle officials are pleased to announce that its finalized location will be in front of Preble Hall, in the grassy area between the UMPI sign and flagpole.