I hope you are healthy and managing well.
These last three months have been unlike anything UMaine alumni and students have ever experienced.
The UMaine Alumni Association is working on a major project to document this historic period in time. We invite you to be part of our efforts.
The Alumni Association is gathering stories, quotes, and photographs from Black Bears to chronicle how the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted their lives. We will feature a selection of them in a special edition of MAINE Alumni Magazine, to be published in July.
Below we’ve provided a list of questions. Please take a moment and respond only to those questions that interest you.
Please note the following:
- The magazine will feature excerpts of the submissions we receive. However, all submissions will be included in full in an expanded digital collection being compiled by the Alumni Association and Fogler Library.
- All excerpts chosen for the magazine will be shared with their authors before they are printed.
Thank you! Contact John Diamond at email@example.com with any questions.
About the UMaine Alumni Association
Founded in 1875, the UMaine Alumni Association is an independent, not-for-profit organization dedicated to advancing the best interests of UMaine and its former, current, and future students.
We do so by encouraging relationships and mobilizing resources in ways that enhance the value of a UMaine degree. Our efforts focus on:
- providing information, programs, and events that serve our members’ personal and career interests; and
- advocating for policies and assets that strengthen UMaine’s quality, reputation, and appeal.
The Alumni Association has more than 109,000 UMaine alumni living in 50 states and 112 countries.