Margaret Nagle, Executive Editor
University of Maine
The Maine Perspective, a publication for the University of Maine, was a campus newsletter produced by the Department of Public Affairs which eventually transformed into the Division of Marketing and Communication. Regular columns included "Along the Mall," "Campus Notes," the UM Calendar, Sponsored Programs, Faculty Publications, and employment openings. Included in this issue is a story of the sixth book to be published by the Center for the Study of the First Americans, continued funding for the Maine-Syracuse Longitudinal Study, and Maine's Role in the Navajo textile trade.
Department of Public Affairs, University of Maine; Nab, Adrie; Walas, Jack; and Packwood, Bobby Ann, "Maine Perspective, v 2, i 5" (1990). General University of Maine Publications. 1242.
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