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UMaine Today Magazine 

September / October 2003 Features:

Future Forests
Future Forests

Clues to what the North Woods might look like a century from now are rooted in the issues facing today's forests and the research being done to secure their future. University of Maine faculty in forestry and related sciences were asked to offer a glimpse of the future of our woodlands based on their research. Their provocative, interdisciplinary perspectives provide intriguing insights.

 
Raising Radcliffe: The Roots of Gothic Tradition
Raising Radcliffe

In her day, Ann Radcliffe was one of the first and most popular 18th-century novelists in England. Then history and readers forgot her. Today, literary scholar Deborah Rogers is changing that. Her extensive research on the reclusive writer sheds new light on Radcliffe's indisputable role in shaping the Gothic genre and strengthening heroines elements that echo today throughout pop culture. 

 
Mapping the History of Maine
Mapping the History of Maine

To tell the story of Maine's past, some of the leading historians and scholars in the state have embarked on a seven-year research project like no other. When they finish, the Historical Atlas of Maine will detail the environmental, economic, social and cultural interactions that shaped the state and region, from deglaciation to the 21st century.

 
It Starts with a K
It Starts with a K

As a toddler, Kaleb started talking later than his peers and his speech wasn't always clear. That's when he and his family were referred to UMaine's Conley Speech and Hearing Center. At Conley's Family-Based Treatment Clinic, Kaleb, his parents and his sister worked with speech pathologists to develop the techniques to help him communicate better.

 
A Community Approach to Law Enforcement
A Community Approach to Law Enforcement

The University of Maine has joined other colleges and cities across the country and around the world in adopting a model of proactive policing. After one year, all indications are that it's working.

UMaine Today
Creativity and Achievement at the University of Maine
Volume 3 Issue 5

 

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