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Maine Maritime Academy to Dedicate Navigation Training Vessel in Honor of Alumna, Trustee, and First Female Portland Harbor Pilot: Capt. Susan J. Clark

CASTINE, Maine—Maine Maritime Academy will celebrate the life of Susan J. Clark and honor her service to the college with a ceremonial dedication of the Academy’s 70-foot navigation training vessel to be named the Capt. Susan J. Clark. The dedication will be held on Saturday, September 21, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. at the Castine waterfront. Close friends, family, and fellow pilots will participate in the ceremony.

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Maine Maritime Academy To Break Ground on ABS Center for Engineering, Science and Research

Building will be the First Classroom & Lab Facility to be Constructed on the Campus in 30 Years
CASTINE, Maine—On Saturday, September 21st, Maine Maritime Academy (MMA) will officially move forward and break ground for the first classroom facility to be built on the college campus in 30 years: the ABS Center for Engineering, Science and Research. The ceremonial shovel turning will be held as part of the MMA Homecoming festivities on September 21, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. on the lawn below the Alfond Student Center.

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Maine Maritime Academy Trustees to Hold Quarterly Meeting

Castine, Maine—The Maine Maritime Academy Board of Trustees will hold their regular quarterly meeting on Friday, November 8, 2013, at 8:30 a.m. in the Holmes Heritage Room, located at the Harold Alfond Student Center on the campus in Castine.

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Maine Maritime Academy Receives Research Grant of $1.4 Million From U.S. Department Of Transportation to Develop Marine Engine Testing and Emissions Laboratory

CASTINE, Maine—Maine Maritime Academy has been awarded a University Transportation Center (UTC) grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation for $1,414,100 to develop a Marine Engine Testing and Emissions Laboratory (METEL). The DOT/UTC research grant is the largest received to date by Maine Maritime Academy and marks the first opportunity for the college to serve as lead research institution.

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Voters Approve $4.5 Million Bond to Help Build First New Academic Facility in 30 Years at Maine Maritime Academy

CASTINE, Maine—Maine Maritime Academy will receive $4.5 million in state funding approved in yesterday’s state-wide referendum to help build the new ABS Center for Engineering, Science and Research. The building will feature interactive teaching facilities and specialized laboratories for training and for industry-relevant research.  Modern classrooms and research spaces will enhance the college’s applied research program and strengthen the Academy’s reputation as a world-wide marine engineering center of excellence.

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