UMaine Grad Expo allows students to show off the fruits of their labor

Posted March 28, 2013, at 6:11 p.m.
UMaine grad student Amy Pierce performs &quot12 steps to planning a perfect wedding" during GradExpo at the new IMRC building, Innovative Media Research and Commercialization Center (for Intermedia, New Media and Art) on the Orono campus on Thursday. Graduate students from all disciplines were on hand to perform, display or offer oral presentations of their work. The GradExpo runs Friday from 8:30-4:00
UMaine grad student Amy Pierce performs "12 steps to planning a perfect wedding" during GradExpo at the new IMRC building, Innovative Media Research and Commercialization Center (for Intermedia, New Media and Art) on the Orono campus on Thursday. Graduate students from all disciplines were on hand to perform, display or offer oral presentations of their work. The GradExpo runs Friday from 8:30-4:00 Buy Photo
UMaine grad student Kaitlyn O'Donnell ofer a oral presentation of her work on an invasive bug from her home town during GradExpo at the new IMRC building, Innovative Media Research and Commercialization Center(for Intermedia, New Media and Art) on the Orono campus on Thursday. Graduate students from all disciplines were on hand to perform, display or offer oral presentations of their work. The GradExpo runs Friday from 8:30-4:00.
UMaine grad student Kaitlyn O'Donnell ofer a oral presentation of her work on an invasive bug from her home town during GradExpo at the new IMRC building, Innovative Media Research and Commercialization Center(for Intermedia, New Media and Art) on the Orono campus on Thursday. Graduate students from all disciplines were on hand to perform, display or offer oral presentations of their work. The GradExpo runs Friday from 8:30-4:00. Buy Photo
UMaine grad student Heather Perry, right, applies temporary tattoos she designed to mimic royal gems on her model Ao Harker during GradExpo at the new IMRC building, Innovative Media Research and Commercialization Center( for Intermedia, New Media and Art) on the Orono campus on Thursday. Graduate students from all disciplines were on hand to perform, display or offer oral presentations of their work. The GradExpo runs Friday from 8:30-4:00
UMaine grad student Heather Perry, right, applies temporary tattoos she designed to mimic royal gems on her model Ao Harker during GradExpo at the new IMRC building, Innovative Media Research and Commercialization Center( for Intermedia, New Media and Art) on the Orono campus on Thursday. Graduate students from all disciplines were on hand to perform, display or offer oral presentations of their work. The GradExpo runs Friday from 8:30-4:00 Buy Photo

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