Christopher Beach (Ph.D., 1995) is Professor of History, Arts and Humanities, Unity College of Maine.
Betsy Beattie (Ph.D., 1994) is Canadian Studies Librarian, Fogler Library, University of Maine, and is the author of Obligation and Opportunity: Single Maritime Women in Boston, 1870-1930 (McGill-Queens University Press, 2000).
Paul Buck II (Ph.D., UM, 2008), Assistant Professor of History and Education, University of Maine at Fort Kent.
Graham Carr (Ph.D., 1983) is Associate Professor of History and
Associate Dean, Research and Graduate Studies in the Faculty of Arts and Science, Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Canada.
Abigail Chandler (Ph.D., 2008) is Assistant Professor of History, University of Massachusetts-Lowell.
Edwin Arnold Churchill (Ph.D., 1979) is Chief Curator, Maine State Museum, Augusta.
Charles Colgan (Ph.D., 1992) is Professor of Public Policy and Management, Edmund Muskie School of Public Service, University of Southern Maine.
Beatrice Craig (Ph.D., 1983) is Professor of History, University of Ottawa.
Thomas Desjardin (Ph.D., 1996) is Historic Site Specialist, Parks and Lands Bureau, Department of Conservation, State of Maine, Augusta, ME, and is the author of Stand Firm Ye Boys from Maine: The 20th Maine and the Gettysburg Campaign (Oxford University Press, 2001).
Susan Fliss (Ph.D., UM, 2007), Associate Librarian of Harvard College for Research, Teaching, and Learning, Harvard University.
Gregory Peter Gallant (Ph.D., 1992) is Director, Margaret Chase Smith Library, Skowhegan, ME.
Terry Garner (Ph.D. candidate) is Director, William J. Clinton Presidential Library, Little Rock, Arkansas.
David Ghere (Ph.D., 1988) is Associate Professor of History, College of Education, University of Minnesota.
Joy Giguere (Ph.D., 2009) is Assistant Professor, Ivy Tech Community College, Fort Wayne, IN.
Andrea Constantine Hawkes (Ph.D., 2005) is the author of The Same Great Struggle: The History of the Vickery Family of Unity, Maine, 1634-1997 (Tilbury House, 2003).
Elizabeth Hedler ( Ph.D., 2003) is Researcher, Ohio Historical Society.
Mazie Hough (Ph.D., 1997) is Associate Director of Women in the Curriculum and Women’s Studies, University of Maine.
Richard I. Hunt (Ph.D., 1980) is Professor, Arts and Sciences, Champlain College, Burlington, VT.
William E. Lemke (Ph.D., 1973) is Associate Professor of History, Arts and Humanities, St. Joseph’s College, Standish, ME.
Judy Barrett Litoff (Ph.D., 1975) is Professor of History, Bryant University, Smithfield, Rhode Island.
Pauleena MacDougall (Ph.D., 1995) is Associate Director of Folk Life Center and Faculty Associate in Anthropology, University of Maine.
Kenneth M. Morrison (Ph.D., 1975) is Professor of Religious Studies, Arizona State University.
William G. Palmer (Ph.D., 1981) is Professor, Department of History, Marshall University, West Virginia.
Brian J. Payne ( Ph.D., 2006) is Assistant Professor of History, Bridgewater State University.
Stephen Pope (Ph.D., 1993) is Director, International Center for Performance Excellence, West Virginia University
Dale Potts (Ph.D., 2006) is Assistant Professor of History, South Dakota State University.
Shannon Risk (Ph.D., 2009) Assistant Professor of History, Niagara University, Niagara Falls, NY.
Kraig Schwartz (Ph.D., 1997) is History Instructor, Seattle Community College.
David R. Seager (Ph.D., 1995) is History Instructor, Community College of Vermont.
Kimberly R. Sebold (Ph.D., 1998) is Assistant Professor of History, Business and International Studies Department, University of Maine at Presque Isle.
Trudy Irene Scee (Ph.D., 1994) is the author of several books including City on the Penobscot: A Comprehensive History of Bangor, Maine (2010).
Scott See (Ph.D., 1984) is Professor, Department of History, University of Maine.
Joshua M. Smith (Ph.D., 2003) is Assistant Professor of Humanities, US Merchant Marine Academy.
Deborah Stiles (Ph.D., 1997) is Associate Professor, Department of Business and Social Sciences, Nova Scotia Agricultural College, Truro, Nova Scotia.
Janet TeBrake (Ph.D., 1984) is Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Maine.
Elwood Watson (Ph.D., 1999) is Professor of History, African American Studies, Women and Gender Studies, and Storytelling, East Tennessee State University.
Alan C. Weathers (Ph.D., 2000) is Head Historian, Westover School for Girls, Middlebury, CT.
William L. Welch (Ph.D., 1975) is Professor of History, Arts and Humanities, Mount Wachusett Community College, Gardner, MA.
Steve Whalen (Ph.D., 1999) is History Faculty, Castleton State College, Vermont.
Donald A. Yerxa (Ph.D., 1982) is Chair, The James R. Cameron Center for History, Law and Government, Eastern Nazarene College, Weymouth, MA.
John Zaborney (Ph.D., 1997) is Associate Professor of History, Business and International Studies Department, University of Maine at Presque Isle.