MCSPC research fellow among those conducting research for the Governor’s STEM Council

University of Maine research fellows have been assisting the Maine Governor’s STEM Council create a comprehensive strategy to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics initiatives through an effort funded by UMaine’s Office of the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost.  One of the students who has been involved is Joanna Barrett, a research fellow at the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center and student in the Master of Arts program in economics and international environmental policy. 

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