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- Alumni Focus – Geriatric nursing leadership Alumna Amy Cotton reflects on her passion for elder healthcare.
- Student Focus – So you want to be a rock star? James Gilmore talks about the new CD, Campus Bands 2009.
- By the numbers – The Center for Research and Evaluation helps Maine schools tap the power of data-drive decisionmaking.
- Rural aging – A new certificate program addresses gerontological needs in isolated areas.
In the Know
- Alumni Focus – Alumna Lisa Liberatore reflects on her UMaine memories and her career.
- Student Focus – Undergraduate research opportunities focused Jeannine Campbell’s career goals in communication sciences and disorders.
- Sensing Environmental Change – Geosciences is at the brink of a new wave of technology.
- Virtual Diversity – A disability studies class uses Second Life to better understand diversity.
- Interning as Guardians – Social work graduate students are opting for one of the most challenging internship experiences: guardian ad litem.
- Mac’s World – Selected images by conservation biologist Malcolm Hunter.
- The People’s Art – The encapsulated world of artist Matt LeClair.
- Forestry Camp – Every May Term, UMaine students take to the University Forest near campus and to Acadia National Park in Bar Harbor, Maine, for three weeks of intense field training in integrated woodlands management.
- Chapters and Verse – Poets Jennifer Moxley and Benjamin Friedlander read selected works.