Distinguished Maine Policy Fellow Charles Stanhope


University of Maine Alumnus Charles Stanhope

Wednesday, April 23 and Thursday, April 24, 2014

Charles Stanhope, a UMaine Alumnus, is recently retired from his public service career at the nation’s oldest federal cultural institution, the Library of Congress. He served the library as assistant chief operating officer, working alongside Librarian James H. Billington on executive matters of congressional, legal, and public affairs, as well as private sector fund-raising and donor cultivation.

Download Charles Stanhope flyer (PDF)

A day with us at UMaine
Charles Stanhope will be at the University of Maine for one and half days, with research tours on April 23rd, and a full day of activities on April 24, 2014, including meeting with groups of UMaine faculty and students, tours of UMaine facilities, and making class presentations.


Sponsored by:

Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center, the Honors College & Raymond H. Fogler Library

Margaret Chase Smith Distinguished Maine Policy Fellows are prominent Maine individuals with a past or current career as a policy maker in the state. e Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center brings these individuals to campus for a day, to teach an undergraduate class, engage faculty about research and public policy, and meet with UMaine administration and graduate students.