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UMaine Today Magazine 

September / October 2004 Features:

Experiencing History
Experiencing History

Fogler Library's manuscript-dominated Special Collections holds some fascinating and surprising pieces of history that speak to the breadth and depth of the archives.

 
Two if by Sea
Two if by Sea

Volunteers in Cooperative Extension's Maine Phytoplankton Monitoring Program serve as the eyes and ears of the state's comprehensive efforts to ensure the safety of shellfish consumers.

 
Can Business and Ethics Coexist?
Can Business and Ethics Coexist

With all the white-collar scandals by CEOs in recent years, Americans are left wondering where the ethics are in business today. UMaine Business School faculty weigh in on the controversy.

 
Anatomy of an Ice Core
Anatomy of an Ice Core

Locked in ice cores are clues to how climate evolved over thousands of years. But just what do scientists look for in the frozen timeline?

 
Keeping Cod Down on the Farm
Keeping Cod Down on the Farm

Laying the groundwork for a cod aquaculture industry hasn't been easy. However, research at UMaine and around the globe in the past decade has increased the odds of success.

 
Proof Positive
Proof Positive

Steve Coleman is as inspirational as he is motivational. That becomes clear when you watch him working his magic as an aspirations adviser at Bangor's Fairmount School.

UMaine Today
Creativity and Achievement at the University of Maine
Volume 4 Issue 4

 

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