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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 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 71, Number 3, Fall 1990, University Of Maine Alumni Association Oct 1990

Maine, Volume 71, Number 3, Fall 1990, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Headlines include: Activist for the Aging: An Interview with Mary Crowley Mulvey '30; Need a New Career? UMaine's Full-Service Career Center Wants to Help; Mr. Exuberance (Maine hockey coach Shawn Walsh); The Grand Illusionist: Magician Bruce Johnson '88; and Alumni Profile: William Treat '40.


Maine, Volume 71, Number 2, Spring/Summer 1990, University Of Maine Alumni Association Apr 1990

Maine, Volume 71, Number 2, Spring/Summer 1990, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: 'No Human Can Do It All': An Interview with UM President Dale W. Lick; Ouch! The Budget Cuts Hurt, but UM Leaders Are Still Optimistic; Frozen Secrets: UMaine Researchers Test a New Theory That Could Greatly Improve Climate Prediction; Are We Any Closer To the Goal? (equality in men's and women's athletics); Freed at Last! After 44 Months of Captivity, UMaine Graduate Frank Reed Comes Home; King of the Elves: Inventor, Entrepreneur Doug Hall Thinks Fun and Success Go Hand In Hand; and The Power of Roots: The First Native American Graduate from Maine (Eunice Baumann-Nelson ...


Maine, Volume 71, Number 1, Winter 1990, University Of Maine Alumni Association Jan 1990

Maine, Volume 71, Number 1, Winter 1990, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: Keeping the Black Bears Out of the Circus: An Interview with UM Athletic Director, Kevin White; Eloquence Has the Edge: UM Women in a New Maine Writers Anthology; She's Bringing Peace to the UMaine Campus: Emily Markides '82 Heads Up a New Peace Studies Program; Determination and a Dream: N.Y.C. Basketball Star Donald Taylor Has Earned a Chance for a College Education; Greeks on Campus: Can They Clean Up Their Act?; and Democracy in the Classroom: a Profile of Brunswick Teacher Craig Beaulieu '75.


Maine, Volume 70, Number 3, Fall 1989, University Of Maine Alumni Association Oct 1989

Maine, Volume 70, Number 3, Fall 1989, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: Mr. Speaker, An interview with John Martin '63; Phuong! A Vietnam requiem; Breaking Away, Susan Elias '83 in the Tour de France; The Student King, A look back at Stephen King '70 as a student at the University of Maine; and "Under No Condition will the University Close," President Emeritus Winthrop Libby '32 remembers the difficult 60's at Maine.


Maine, Volume 70, Number 2, Spring/Summer 1989, University Of Maine Alumni Association Apr 1989

Maine, Volume 70, Number 2, Spring/Summer 1989, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Headlines include: Providing Safe Passage: Two UM Students Have Started an Escort Service for Women Walking Through Campus at Night; Mr. Maine Sports: A Friend and Colleague Remembers Sam Sezak '31; Going Global: International Developments at the University of Maine; The Loran/Omega Man John Alvin Pierce '28; Palm Beach Style-Setters; and It's All Happening at the Zoo: the Kansas City Zoo, That Is, the Place Where Zoo Curator Betsey Burke '67 Stopped on Her Journey to Become a Cowboy Out West.


Maine, Volume 70, Number 1, Winter 1989, University Of Maine Alumni Association Jan 1989

Maine, Volume 70, Number 1, Winter 1989, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: Taking a Hard Look at Fraternity Life at Maine; Bringing Research and Industry Together: A Look at the Maine Lobster Institute; Embryo Transfer Brings 'Supercows' to UMaine; The Excitement of Changing the World: A Profile of World Food Prize Winner Robert Chandler '29; and Do Students Need the Humanities?


Maine, Volume 69, Number 3, Fall 1988, University Of Maine Alumni Association Oct 1988

Maine, Volume 69, Number 3, Fall 1988, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Headlines include: How the Bond Issue Would Help UMaine; Maine's Obsessed Mathematician Henry Pogorzelski; Setting Priorities: Athletic Success and Academic Quality at Maine; The 'Survivor': Miro Czapowskj '58; and Preserving Maine's Landscape (the work of Patrick Chassé).


Maine, Volume 69, Number 2, Spring 1988, University Of Maine Alumni Association Apr 1988

Maine, Volume 69, Number 2, Spring 1988, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: UM Starts Planning Against AIDS; New Carnegie Director Sets High Standards for UM Museum; Hockey Comes of Age at Maine; Sandra Bartolini Lawrence '71, the First Woman VP at Gillette; The Balancing Act: Married Maine Alumnae Look at the Choices Open to Women Regarding Careers and Family; and Radon: Mother Nature's Hidden Health Hazard.


Maine, Volume 69, Number 1, Winter 1988, University Of Maine Alumni Association Jan 1988

Maine, Volume 69, Number 1, Winter 1988, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: Only Pat's Pizza Hasn't Changed (Sandy Phippen's refelections on campus); UM Nursing Graduates Find It Easy to Get Jobs--But Will They Stay?; Acid Rain: It's Only Part of the Problem; Being Black at Maine; Teaching Teachers to be Human Ecologists; and What Maine High School Students Think of UM.


Maine, Volume 68, Number 1, Winter 1987, University Of Maine Alumni Association Jan 1987

Maine, Volume 68, Number 1, Winter 1987, University Of Maine Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: Chancellor Robert Woodbury; Master of the Game: UM Teacher and World Chessmaster Danny Kopec; The Hudson Museum Opens to the Public; Swimming in Success: Maine's Women's Swim Coach Jeff Wren; Unraveling the Mysteries of the Gene: Maine Alumni at Jackson Laboratory; and The Price of Speaking Out: UM Teacher Ngo Vinh Long's Views on Vietnam.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 67, Number 4, Fall 1986, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Oct 1986

Maine Alumnus, Volume 67, Number 4, Fall 1986, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Feature articles include: Setting the Right Tone: New President Dale Lick Talks About Taking the Helm; 'Surprised, Shocked, and Disappointed': Reactions to Ex-Chancellor Jack E. Freeman's Sudden Departure After Just Two Weeks; Edward DeCourcy '34: Alumni Career Award Winner; Fish Contest Catches National Attention; and The Doors Open: Isaac Stern and Yo Yo Ma Highlight a Gala Opening for the Exciting New Maine Center for the Arts.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 67, Number 3, Summer 1986, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Jul 1986

Maine Alumnus, Volume 67, Number 3, Summer 1986, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include:

It's Official: We're Now the University of Maine - It was a long, hard road, but UM finally has some much needed money and a new name

Jack McLaughlin-Gray '67 Returns to Hauck Stage - A standing ovation for the Guthrie Theater Company and for a Maine graduate who has fulfilled "Great Expectations"

Good Maine Food Without the Fat - Susan Davis '73G and Anne-Marie Davee '78 offer some nutritious suggestions that you can live with

Building Boats that Last - That's the reputation of Southwest Harbor's Lee Wilbur '70

David Lamb '62 - Observations on Vietnam and the ...


Maine Alumnus, Volume 67, Number 2, Spring 1986, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Apr 1986

Maine Alumnus, Volume 67, Number 2, Spring 1986, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include:

Restoring Orono to Eminence - A special report on the Visiting Committee's recommendations for the University of Maine

Eat those Carrots - UMO's vitamin A research is helping nutritionists plan healthier diets

Professors and Patents - The second of a two-part series on the creativity of campus inventors

The President's House - Photographer Brian Vanden Brink explores the architecture and decor of the house that has been a campus landmark since the beginning


Maine Alumnus, Volume 67, Number 1, December 1985, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Dec 1985

Maine Alumnus, Volume 67, Number 1, December 1985, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Headlines include: Fantaisie-Impromptu; Professors and Patents; Owen Wells: Move and Shakes; Hard Times Ahead; and Maine's Own Hall of Fame.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 66, Number 4, September 1985, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Sep 1985

Maine Alumnus, Volume 66, Number 4, September 1985, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles focus on acid rain research, the new Alumni Association President Hank Schmelzer, alumni on staff at Down East magazine, and the Orono Research and Development Park.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 66, Number 3, June 1985, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Jun 1985

Maine Alumnus, Volume 66, Number 3, June 1985, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: The Tele-Connection, Sister Stations, The Voice of the Bears, Mark Cohen '54-ABC Chief, Marge Lipton '67-TV Producer Extraordinaire, and UMO Sports-A Video Toast.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 66, Number 2, March 1985, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Mar 1985

Maine Alumnus, Volume 66, Number 2, March 1985, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

The bulk of the issue focuses on marine studies research, including article titles "Students of the Sea," "A University Explores an Ocean," "Marine Students, Now Marine Alums," and "Georges Bank--Past and Future." Also included are articles "Maine Teachers; The Best in the Nation?" and "UMO at a Crossroad" by university president Arthur M. Johnson.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 66, Number 1, December 1984, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Dec 1984

Maine Alumnus, Volume 66, Number 1, December 1984, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles highlight UMaine being featured on the MacNeil/Lehrer Report for radon research, a "Made in Maine" exhibit at the Maine State Museum, Charles Todd's work to help bald eagles, the career of Henry P. Sheng, and Homecoming photographs.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 65, Number 4, September 1984, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Aug 1984

Maine Alumnus, Volume 65, Number 4, September 1984, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: New Faces on Campus, Maine Bound, The Older Grad, And '68 Shall Lead Them, and Class Notes.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 65, Number 3, June 1984, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Jun 1984

Maine Alumnus, Volume 65, Number 3, June 1984, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: Varsity Hockey--A Look Back, The View from Alumni hall, The Jim Tierney Story, The Allen-Dyer Connection, and Wesley Hedlund '69: Developing Sea Consciousness.