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 features include listings of newly released titles by UMaine authors, "Look Who's On Campus," an opinion column entitled "Viewpoint," and Classified Ads. Included in this issue are articles covering a nontraditional pedagogy project involving the University of Maine System's Educational Network of Maine, the receipt of a $50,000 grant from the U.S. Naval Historical Center to search for ships sunk as a result of the failed 1779 Penobscot Expedition, and a profile piece on Gina Marquis.
Department of Public Affairs, University of Maine; Diamond, John; and Kiesow, Damon, "Maine Perspective" (1994). General University of Maine Publications. 1304.
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