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 the UM Calendar, Ongoing Events, People in Perspective, Look Who's on Campus, In Focus, and Along the Mall. The weekly newsletter also included position openings on campus as well as classified ads. Coverage in this issue includes efforts to support faculty to increase the diverse voices of under-represented groups in courses and curricula through the creation of the Diversity Across the Curriculum Program (DAC); Honors students presenting research on genetically modified foods; the relocation of the University Club to the Lynch Room of Fogler Library; research into the impact of the Maine harness racing industry on the state's economy; and a profile piece about George Markowsky.
Department of Public Affairs, University of Maine, "Maine Perspective, v 12, i 5" (2000). General University of Maine Publications. 1551.
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