UMaine Graduate students get to show what they’ve been working so hard on at their annual academic expo. The program includes competitions using posters, oral presentations and intermedia exhibits.
The works of students studying physical science, technology, natural sciences and humanities were all on display.
Graduate student, Stanley Levitsky a first year in intermedia, says this day is the culmination of many hours of preparation.
“It feels great, it was a lot of work, I have huge satisfaction from having a working model. I created two models before this on a smaller scale and this was a grander vision,” Levitsky said.
More than $8,000 in prizes will be awarded to students at their gala Friday night.