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College Of Arts And Sciences (University Of Maine) Records, 1907-1989, Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University Of Maine Jan 2018

College Of Arts And Sciences (University Of Maine) Records, 1907-1989, Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University Of Maine

Finding Aids

The College of Arts and Sciences was dedicated to two major goals: to provide a quality education in the liberal arts, and to impart the specific knowledge and skills required for careers in one of its many representative disciplines. In 1988, as part of a University of Maine reorganization under the tenure of President Dale W. Lick the College of Arts and Science was divided into three colleges, the College of Arts and Humanities, the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, and the College of Sciences.

The records mostly contain copies of College of Arts and Sciences faculty meeting agendas ...


A History Of Canadian Studies At The University Of Maine, Robert H. Babcock Jan 2009

A History Of Canadian Studies At The University Of Maine, Robert H. Babcock

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The purpose of this book is to explain the development of the Canadian Studies program at the University of Maine from its origins in the early 20th century to its position today as the most comprehensive program of its kind in the United States. Readers will learn how Maine's close proximity to Canada has spawned an ever-widening range of cross-border academic contacts rooted in mutual interests that are reinforced by collaborative academic study, which is benefiting residents on both sides of the international boundary.


Maine, Volume 82, Number 3, Fall 2001, University Of Maine Alumni Association Oct 2001

Maine, Volume 82, Number 3, Fall 2001, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: Special Report: UMaine alumni and campus affected by September 11; Breath Test Research Takes on New Relevance: UMaine scientists are working on a test that could work as a triage device in a bioterrorist attack; A Day Fit For a King: UMaine celebrates its most famous graduate; Toward a More Holistic Approach to the Middle East: UMaine political science professor Bahman Baktiari looks to foreign policy changes after the war on terrorism; A Tribute to Coach Shawn Walsh; Walking in Space: Twenty-seven-year-old alumna Bridget Ziegelaar Johnson '96 coordinates NASA's extra vehicular activities for the space shuttle; Reporting ...


Maine, Volume 82, Number 2, Summer 2001, University Of Maine Alumni Association Jul 2001

Maine, Volume 82, Number 2, Summer 2001, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: The Maine Campus Survives a Financial Crisis: Editor Penny Morton '01 and her staff worked hard to get the paper out of the red; 'An Amazing Teacher': A profile of 2001 Distinguished Maine Professor Keith Hutchinson; A Drummer's Journey: After overcoming drug and alcohol problems, percussion master Mike Bennett '93 is making the most of his abilities and opportunities; He Quietly Paved the Way for Black Men at UMaine: Herbert Heughan '40 overcame racial barriers at UMaine to become a highly respected college professor; Wherever the Wind Blows: Dan Pease '82 is owner and captain of the ...


Maine, Volume 82, Number 1, Spring 2001, University Of Maine Alumni Association Apr 2001

Maine, Volume 82, Number 1, Spring 2001, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: When Humans Pressure the Environment: UMaine researchers try to understand human dimensions of environmental change; Inspirational Maestro: Director of UMaine's University Singers, Dennis Cox; When Students Give Up Hope: UMaine and colleges around the country see an increasing awareness of student suicide; Work Meets Play at Resort Sports Network: Entrepreneur Rory Strunk '85 combines his passions of skiing and the media; Linking Retirees to a University Community: Dirigo Pines comes to Orono; and A Long and Distinguished Record of Service: Retired Ambassador Chester Norris '51.


Maine, Volume 81, Number 2, Summer 2000, University Of Maine Alumni Association Jul 2000

Maine, Volume 81, Number 2, Summer 2000, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: Creating the Right Chemistry: A profile of UMaine's energetic new baseball coach Sharon Versyp; Policy-Relevant Research: Director of UMaine's Water Research Institute, Steve Kahl '77, believes in being accountable; Moving into the Future with a Sense of the Past: A look at the changes on the UMaine campus; No Place Like Home: Old Town native Cathra Chappelle '92, MD looks forward to becoming a traditional town doctor; and Bringing the Games to Disney's Wide World of Sports: Jeff Sturgeon '89 gets the chance to combine his interests in business and sports.


Maine, Volume 81, Number 1, Spring 2000, University Of Maine Alumni Association Apr 2000

Maine, Volume 81, Number 1, Spring 2000, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

A special 125th Anniversary Issue providing profiles of Alumni On the Move, Making an Impact. Those selected were A. Manette Ansay '87; Don Holder '80; Christina DeHoff '95; Frank Hackett '89; Kimberly Strom-Gottfried '80; Heather Blease '86; Blair LaCorte '85; John Coleman '85; Andrew Frawley '84; Kevin Mann '86; John Brier '88; Matthew Kenney '88; Peter Brooks '88; Jeff Jackson '88; Nicole Kimball '94; Kate Wynne '81G; Linden McClure '89; Richard Londraville '89G; John Baldacci '86; Robert Tyrer '87; Kathleen Stevens '93; Paul Kariya '96; Jim Boylen '87; Rick Carlisle '83; and David Nonis '88.


Maine, Volume 80, Number 3, Fall 1999, University Of Maine General Alumni Association Oct 1999

Maine, Volume 80, Number 3, Fall 1999, University Of Maine General Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: Science Meets Philosophy: Genetic Modification Holds Great Promise but also Provokes Some Serious Questions; Interning with the 'I' Man: Senior Danny Cashman Wants to be a Big-Time Talk Show Host (interning with Don Imus); Natural Preservation: What's It Worth To Us? UMaine Researcher Kevin Boyle '78 Spends a Lot of His Life Trying to Find Out; On the Road with Wynton Marsalis: Jazz Devotee Nathan George '93 Lands a Job as Production Assistant for the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra; and Bringing New Life to Old Glory: Marilyn Amelia Zoidis '71 Puts Together the Star-Spangled Banner Exhibition for ...


Maine, Volume 80, Number 2, Summer 1999, University Of Maine Alumni Association Jul 1999

Maine, Volume 80, Number 2, Summer 1999, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: Getting To the Truth About Fiber: UMaine Researcher Mary Ellen Camire Is In the Forefront of Defining What Fiber Is; Avoiding the Spotlight: A Profile of '99 Nursing School Graduate Chris Irish; A Collector's Passion: William Palmer's ('58) Dazzling Collection of Pre-Columbian Artifacts is on Display at the Hudson Museum; The Man They Still Call 'Coach': UMaine Honors Longtime Basketball Coach, John Winkin; A Miracle Start to a Perfectly Normal Life: America's First In Vitro Baby, the Daughter of Judy and Roger Carr '73, Is Now 17; Going to the Ends of the Earth to ...


Maine, Volume 80, Number 1, Spring 1999, University Of Maine General Alumni Association Apr 1999

Maine, Volume 80, Number 1, Spring 1999, University Of Maine General Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: The Melody of Speech: UMaine Researcher Judy Walker Is Trying to Gauge How a Stroke Can Affect the Spoken Word; Amazing Abilities: Bill Picard '98 Serves as an Inspiration to Many; UMaine Courses From the Comfort of Your Own Home: Continuing Education Expands Its Offerings via the Internet; Let's Get Stephen King Into the College Classroom: Professor Welch Everman Believes Maine's Master of the Macabre Belongs in the Curriculum; Alumni Migration: Why Almost 50 Percent of UMaine Grads Leave the State for Jobs. And Are They Likely To Return?; and Lincoln County's Crack Reporter: Kris ...


Maine, Volume 79, Number 3, Fall 1998, University Of Maine General Alumni Association Oct 1998

Maine, Volume 79, Number 3, Fall 1998, University Of Maine General Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: A New Tool for Studying the Genetic Landscape: GenoSIS Brings Together Genetics and Geographic Information Systems; Is It Breaking Up? UMaine Hosts Conference That Examines the Disintegration of the West Arctic Ice Sheet; Maybe It's the Men's Turn: Home-Grown Star Andy Bedard Hopes to Help the Black Bears Get Their First NCAA Tournamet; The Dr. Ruth of UMaine: Sandy Caron '79 Helps Students Understand Sexuality and Relationships; and Prescription for Beating the Street: Radiologist Turned Investment Strategist Robert Birchenough '64 Shares Some of the Secrets of His Success.


Maine, Volume 79, Number 2, Summer 1998, University Of Maine General Alumni Association Jul 1998

Maine, Volume 79, Number 2, Summer 1998, University Of Maine General Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: From Dropout to Scholar: High School Dropout Scott Labby Graduated with Honors from UMaine in May, Now He's Headed for Yale Law School; Right Place at the Right Time: UMaine Alumnus Blair LaCorte '85 Talks About Hish Rise to the Top of the Technology Business; Is This a Good Idea? A Recent NCAA Rule Allows Even Full Scholarship-Athletes to Work; 'My Life Is My Message': UMaine Professor Doug Allen Thinks We Can Learn A Lot From the Life and Teachings of Mahatma Gandhi; and The Fantastic World of Andrew Periale: If You Think Puppets Are Just For ...


Maine, Volume 79, Number 1, Spring 1998, University Of Maine General Alumni Association Apr 1998

Maine, Volume 79, Number 1, Spring 1998, University Of Maine General Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: Goal, Lorenz! UMaine's Women's Hockey Star; Too Much Mercury: UMaine Researchers Have Been Warning About Mercury Concentrations in Maine Waters for Decades; Lighting 'The Lion King': UMaine Forestry Graduate Don Holder '80 Makes It to the Big Time as the Lighting Designer For One of Broadway's Biggest Hits; Forcing Diversity Issues to the Forefront: An Ugly Racial Incident Leads to a UMaine Community Discussion on Making the Campus More Inviting for People of Color; and Supreme Justice: A Profile of Maine's Newest State Supreme Court Justice, Leigh Ingalls Saufley '76.


Maine, Volume 78, Number 3, Fall 1997, University Of Maine General Alumni Association Oct 1997

Maine, Volume 78, Number 3, Fall 1997, University Of Maine General Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: Whence El Nino? UMaine Researchers are Studying the Origins and Impacts of the Weather Phenomenon; Starting on a High Note: UMaine's 17th President, Peter Hoff, Has a Surplus of Enthusiasm; Howling at the Door: Do We Want the Timber Wolf Back in Maine?; Following Cindy: UMaine's Superstar Has a Pure Passion for the Game; and Preachers to the Prisoners: A Profile of UMaine Alumnus George Castillo '67.


Maine, Volume 78, Number 2, Summer 1997, University Of Maine General Alumni Association Jul 1997

Maine, Volume 78, Number 2, Summer 1997, University Of Maine General Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: The Whiz Kid: Kristen Gwinn Graduated from UMaine with Honors at Age 19; Ideally Suited for the Job: Incoming General Alumni Association President Jeff Mills '83 Understands Maine; The Genealogy Gurus: Class of '69 Members Jim and Terry Willard Host the PBS Series 'Ancestors'; Integrity in the Face of Adversity: Reflections on the Fred Hutchinson '53 Presidency; and Replacing a Legend: A Look at UMaine's Four Alums in Big League Baseball, Including Cal Ripkin's Replacement Mike Bordick '88.


Maine, Volume 78, Number 1, Winter/Spring 1997, University Of Maine General Alumni Association Jan 1997

Maine, Volume 78, Number 1, Winter/Spring 1997, University Of Maine General Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: Searching for the Lost Canada Road: A Look at the Impressive Research of Graduate Student Barry Rodrigue; Digging Out the Truth Makes Her a Target: Jan Vertefeuille's '88 Dedication to Investigative Journalism Earned Her a Pulitzer Prize Nomination; Putting the Art Back Into Medicine: An Interview with Dr. Bernard Lown '42; and Bubblegum, Popcorn, and Alligators in Elevators: Songwriter Rick Charette '70 on Why Kids Love His Music.


Maine, Volume 77, Number 3, Fall 1996, University Of Maine General Alumni Association Oct 1996

Maine, Volume 77, Number 3, Fall 1996, University Of Maine General Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: The Artist / Administrator: UMaine's New Art Museum Director (Wally Mason); Believing in Achieving: Students and Teachers Will Find No Greater Advocate Than UMaine's Russ Quaglia; Setting High Goals, Making No Excuses: The Black Bear's New Basketball Coach, John Giannini; and Looking To a New Era for Native American Students: The Wabanaki Center Builds a Bridge Between the University and the Indian Community.


Maine, Volume 77, Number 2, Spring/Summer 1996, University Of Maine General Alumni Association Apr 1996

Maine, Volume 77, Number 2, Spring/Summer 1996, University Of Maine General Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: AFFIRMing a Future for the University of Maine: President Hutchinson '53 Reorganizes Colleges in the Face of a Lack of Support; Job Search, '90s Style: Today's Graduates Have a More Difficult Road To Employment; The 'Old Man' and the River: Howard Trotzky '71 Is the Oldest Among the Many UMaine Alumni Guides; It's Not That Clear Cut: November's Controversial Referendum Has Spurred a Debate About the Future of the Maine Forest; and 'Teaching Is What I Am': A Profile of Legendary Bangor Teacher Maria Brountas '85.


Maine, Volume 76, Number 2, Fall 1995, University Of Maine General Alumni Association Oct 1995

Maine, Volume 76, Number 2, Fall 1995, University Of Maine General Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: The Can-Do Spirit of Suzanne Tyler: A Profile of UMaine's New Athletic Director; The End of Animal House? There Seems To Be a New Attitude of Alcohol Awareness at UMaine; Celebrity Chef: Matthew Kenney '88 and the NYC Restaurant Scene; and Looking at Life from Adams Hill: When He's Not Teaching Biology at the University of Vermont, Bernd Heinrich '66 Can Be Found at His Maine Cabin Studying Nature and Thinking About Life.


Maine, Volume 76, Number 1, Spring/Summer 1995, University Of Maine General Alumni Association Apr 1995

Maine, Volume 76, Number 1, Spring/Summer 1995, University Of Maine General Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: A Big Step Toward Equity: UMaine Makes a $724,000 Commitment to Women's Athletics; New Alumni House: Gateway to the University of Maine; 'Farming' For Fish: University Researchers Help Maine's Aquaculturists Achieve Success; High-Tech Meets Higher Ed: Welcome to the New World of Learning at the University of Maine; and In Harm's Way: Charles McKay '51 Was a Deep-Sea Diver at Bikini Atoll in 1946 When the U.S. Detonated Its Fourth and Fifth Atomic Bombs. Now He Works To Help Atomic Veterans.


Maine, Volume 75, Number 2, Fall 1994, University Of Maine General Alumni Association Oct 1994

Maine, Volume 75, Number 2, Fall 1994, University Of Maine General Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: New Look, New Spirit For the Maine Marching Band; The Food Detective: Nutritionist Jayne Greer Hurley '79 Is Letting Americans Know What's In the Food We Eat; Faithfully Following Cindy: Excerpts from Tabitha King's '71 New Book on Maine's High School Hoops Superstar Cindy Blodgett; John Baer '92, NYPD: From the Serenity of Orono To Walking a Beat in the Big Apple; and Patience and Perseverance: Tips For Job Seekers in the '90s from Employment Expert Charles Logue '58.


Maine, Volume 75, Number 1, Spring/Summer 1994, University Of Maine General Alumni Association Apr 1994

Maine, Volume 75, Number 1, Spring/Summer 1994, University Of Maine General Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: Embarrassment But No Shame: Putting UMaine's Athletic Troubles Into Perspective; Raising the Standard: Getting Into the University Might Not Be As Easy As You Think; A New Vision For the Maine Woods; Can Soccer Score in the Good Old USA?; The Pride of Maine: San Francisco Giant's Star Bill Swift '84 Has Won the Hearts of Mainers; A Breeding Ground For Disorders? College Students Seem To Be Especially Susceptible to Anorexia and Bulimia; and Skill of Hand, Peace of Mind: A Profile of (musical instrument maker) Stephen Johnston '70.


Maine, Volume 74, Number 3, Fall 1993, University Of Maine General Alumni Association Oct 1993

Maine, Volume 74, Number 3, Fall 1993, University Of Maine General Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: The Professor of Basketball: Coach Rudy Keeling Loves Teaching Basketball and Stressing Academics; Recapturing the Excitement: The Bottom Line for John Patches, the New Director of the MCA, Is Always Excellence; Changing Climate of Maine Agriculture: New Ideas for Hard Times; Interview with Eric Brennan '68: On the Leading Edge of Home Health Care; and Helping To Get the Ships to Sea: Mechanical Engineer Joanne Ouillette '86 Heads an Important Navy Program.


Maine, Volume 74, Number 2, Summer 1993, University Of Maine General Alumni Association Jul 1993

Maine, Volume 74, Number 2, Summer 1993, University Of Maine General Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Headlines include: Smaller, But Better: President Fred Hutchinson's Downsizing Plan Gains Approval; The Legendary Curmudgeon: At Maine, the Name Brooks Hamilton is Synonymous with Journalism; Affordability and Access: Is the Price of College Too High?; 'I Need To Be Strong': AIDS Victim Winnie MacDonald '72 Educates the Public and Serves as a Role Model For Other Women with the Disease; and Interview with Chancellor Woodbury: Outgoing Chancellor Robert Woodbury Reflects on UMaine and Issues in Higher Education.


Maine, Volume 74, Number 1, Winter 1993, University Of Maine General Alumni Association Jan 1993

Maine, Volume 74, Number 1, Winter 1993, University Of Maine General Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: Could This Be the Year? Eighteen-Year-Old Wonder Paul Kariya Hopes To Provide Maine Hockey the Boost It Needs To Go All the Way; Campus at Risk: How Concerned and Informed are UMaine Students About AIDS?; When You're Lighter Than Air (featuring Ruth Ludwig '78, editor of Ballooning magazine); Lasers, Stock Cars & a High Tech Crystal Ball: a Profile of Chemical Physicist and 'High-Tech Astrologer' George Hart; Talking Trade: Economist Peter Morici Gives His Views on Free Trade, the Maine Economy, and the Policies of the Clinton Administration.


Maine, Volume 73, Number 2, Spring/Summer 1992, University Of Maine Alumni Association Apr 1992

Maine, Volume 73, Number 2, Spring/Summer 1992, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Headlines include: Can Maine Athletics Stay Competitive? Devastating Budget Cuts Have Forced UMaine To Give Its Sports Program a Lower Priority; A Triumph of Human Spirit: Hao Trung Duong '92 Risked His Life To Escape Vietnam; The Return of Fred Hutchinson '53: With Openness, Good Humor, and a Willingness To Listen, the New MAINE President Begins a New Era; Making the Grade: While Americans Worry About the State of Education, UMaine Is Leading the Way In Improving Schools; and Puttering With Education Reform: A Quality Education Seems To Grow More Distant With Each Newly Funded Program To Ensure It.


Maine, Volume 73, Number 1, Winter 1992, University Of Maine Alumni Association Jan 1992

Maine, Volume 73, Number 1, Winter 1992, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: UMaine Fraternities Clean House: Three Greek Organizations Are Reinstated With a New Commitment To Their Original Ideals; The Mystic, the Skeptic, and the Academic: UMaine Professor Kyriacos Markides Rediscovers the Mysticism in His Native Cyprus; Downsizing for the '90s: Three Years of Budget Cuts; and Determined To Be Independent: A Tragic Football Accident Left Sportswriter Bob McPhee '84 a Quadriplegic, But It Didn't Stop Him From Achieving His Goals.


Maine, Volume 72, Number 3, 125th Anniversary Issue, 125 Alumni Who Have Made A Difference, University Of Maine Alumni Association Oct 1991

Maine, Volume 72, Number 3, 125th Anniversary Issue, 125 Alumni Who Have Made A Difference, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

A special edition prepared for the 125th anniversary of the university highlighting the accomplishments of 125 alumni contributing to a wide range of fields -- engineers, physicians, novelists, Olympians, mountain climbers, photographers, politicians, foresters, farmers, economists, educators, and soldiers. Selections were made by a committee of alumni in an effort to represent the spirit of the university -- one of innovation, vision, and service.


Maine, Volume 72, Number 2, Spring/Summer 1991, University Of Maine Alumni Association Apr 1991

Maine, Volume 72, Number 2, Spring/Summer 1991, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: President for a Year: John Hitt Takes Over as UM Interim President; Visions of an Energy Efficient Utopia: Professor Richard Hill Says We Have To Change Our Wasteful Ways; A World of Color and Light: Paul Knaut '42 Approaches Photography Like a Fine Painter; Black Bear in the Bronx: Carl "Stump" Merrill '66 Finally Makes It To the "Show" as Manager of the New York Yankees; and The 'We' Generation: Today's College Students Are Working To Define Themselves.


Maine, Volume 72, Number 1, Winter 1991, University Of Maine Alumni Association Jan 1991

Maine, Volume 72, Number 1, Winter 1991, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: An Air of Uncertainty (about the year's budget crisis); Here at LASST! (the Sawyer Environmental Center); Maine Women Take the Ice; Time, Myth, and the Artist: A Profile of UM Teacher / Painter Michael Lewis; For Peat's Sake: A Profile of UMaine Alumna Joan Brooks; and Quality in the Classroom (Teaching / Research Debate at America's Universities).