Jon Jenkins

University of Maine… Topsham?

Once the decision was made to start a new college for the purpose of teaching agriculture and the mechanical arts, a board of trustees was formed to be in charge of the creation of the college.  The board consisted of one person from each county, totaling sixteen members.  The President of the Board was Hannibal […]

History: Birth of the University

Over the course of my postings, I hope to pass along some of the University of Maine’s storied past as well as recognize some of the university’s notable alums.  It is my aim to do so in a unique, interesting and (hopefully) brief way.  So what better way to start than where it all began? […]

Introducing… Jon Jenkins

  Jon Jenkins History Contributor B.S. Mechanical Engineering (2001)   After a quarter century as a proud resident of Maine, Jon now finds himself smack-dab in the middle of Wildcat Territory, with his wife, two year old son and three year old yellow lab, living in Newmarket, NH.  With a father-in-law who attended UNH and a sister-in-law who […]

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