Media share announcement about Caron’s induction into Maine Women’s Hall of Fame
The Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel published an announcement about the induction of Sandra Caron, professor of family relations and human sexuality, into the Maine Women’s Hall of Fame. Caron joins an esteemed list of honorees going back to the hall of fame’s inaugural inductee Sen. Margaret Chase Smith in 1990. The hall recognizes those whose achievements have had a significant statewide impact, improving the lives of and contributing to an enduring value for women in Maine. A pioneer in sexuality education, Caron has taught more than 25,000 students since joining the University of Maine faculty in 1988. She is also widely known for her groundbreaking research in sexuality education and for devoting many hours to projects that advance a more inclusive and socially just society and university community. She is scheduled to be inducted in a ceremony at 2 p.m. March 18, in the Farber Forum in Jewett Hall at the University of Maine at Augusta, 46 University Drive.