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WVII Reports on Francis Crowe Society Inductions

WVII (Channel 7) reported on the University of Maine College of Engineering’s Francis Crowe Society induction ceremony. Dean Dana Humphrey said “it’s an accomplishment for those graduating to take with them into the world, as well as an honor for those who have become distinguished in their careers.” The society is named in honor of Francis Trenholm Crowe, who earned a degree in civil engineering from UMaine in 1905 and was chief engineer of the Hoover Dam.

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