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October 18, 2010




In this photo, Carolyn Bouchard, UMFK Foundation president (center), presents the new digital projector to Bernstein. UMFK President, Wilson G. Hess, looks on approvingly.

The University of Maine at Fort Kent Foundation recently provided funds to help the University purchase a Panasonic digital light processing projector system for use in UMFK’s Fox Auditorium. The new system will help provide vivid and bright images for a wide variety of events and presentations.    

"This state-of-the-art, high-definition projector will serve as the cornerstone of an exciting new presentation system in Fox Auditorium. It will help greatly improve the quality of service UMFK can offer to students, faculty, staff, and community groups who rely on Fox Auditorium for major public events," said Aaron Bernstein, UMFK’s assistant director of Media Services.
Each year, the UMFK Foundation donates, or provides major funding for, a capital purchase by the University. Recent gifts have included the campus’ digital entrance sign, a freighter canoe for use in environmental studies, and a portable audio-visual system for campus.