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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 Ferrazza's In-depth Coverage of the Maine Yankee Controversy Earns Her Maine's Journalist of the Year Award.

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alumni magazines, University of Maine, news, events, speech language pathology, Communication Sciences and Disorders, cerebral palsy, distance education

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Higher Education | History

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Maine, Volume 80, Number 1, Spring 1999

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