ORONO — Margaret Chase Smith Distinguished Maine Policy Fellow Assistant Republic Leader Rep. Ellie Espling, R-New Gloucester, will visit the University of Maine on Monday, Jan. 25.

Margaret Chase Smith Distinguished Maine Policy Fellows are prominent individuals with a past or current careers as policymakers in the state. The center brings its fellows to campus for a day to teach an undergraduate class, engage faculty about research and public policy and meet with university administration officials and graduate students.

Espling represents House District 65, which includes part of Poland in Androscoggin County and all of New Gloucester in Cumberland County. She is serving her third term in the House and is a past member of the Legislature’s Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Committee.

Espling will be honored at a reception from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at the University Club in Fogler Library. Everyone is welcome, no RSVP is required.

Espling’s visit is co-sponsored by the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center and the Office of the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost.


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