Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter 3/21/2023

Fogler Library Newsletter | March 21, 2023
In this issue:

  • Women in Science
  • Human Dimensions of Climate Change
  • Featured Resource: E&E News

Women in Science

Fogler Library celebrates Women’s History Month with a display of Women in Science. Our first floor hallway display highlights women in science, both at the University of Maine and the rest of the world. Our hallway display is accompanied by a guide. If you can’t come to the library, you can watch the video portion of the display on YouTube.

Human Dimensions of Climate Change

The University of Maine Fogler Library will host the Human Dimensions of Climate Change film series, with three film screening events starting March 21st through April 4th.

In-person screenings will take place in Fogler Library Classroom 1, and will include post-film discussions with featured guests. The scheduled screenings are as follows:

  • March 21, 6-8 p.m. — “Eternal Amazon” (2012), post-film discussion with director Belisário Franca
  • March 28, 6-8 p.m. — “Reciprocity Project”; post-film discussion with Tony Sutton, assistant professor of Native American studies and food systems, and Darren Ranco, chair of Native American Programs
  • April 4, 6-8 p.m. — “Catching the Sun” (2015); post-film discussion with Sharon Klein, associate professor of economics

For more information about the films and screenings, visit the Fogler Library Events webpage. To request a reasonable accommodation, email Jen Bonnet at Sponsors include the UMaine Climate Change Institute, Department of Anthropology, Fogler Library, Native American Programs and School of Economics.

Featured Resource: E&E News

E&E News provides professionals with essential energy and environment news, with approximately 30 new daily articles from around the world. There are five publication sections: Climatewire, Greenwire, Energywire, E&E Daily, E&E News PM. Note: the institutional subscription does not include email alert services, but allows browse, search, read, and print functions.

Past issues of the Fogler Library Newsletter are archived online