"What Do Mainers Really Say About Their Health Behaviors?", the first in the "Survey Says" series, will present findings from a recent survey on Maine food and exercise habits, including how often Mainers work out, how often they eat out, and where they buy their food.
7th Floor Events Room, Glickman Library, USM. Bedford St.
The Department of Psychology at USM is very pleased to announce that Professor Emeritus, Dr. Lew Lipsitt, will be visiting USM to present a talk that shares insights from 55 years of work researching critical areas of infant and child development.
Join us on April 11th to learn more about the Muskie School's Graduate Program in Public Health. Speak with faculty about our master's degree and certificate programs, student research opportunities, career prospects for our graduates, and much more.
Lee Community Hall, USM Portland Campus- remote viewing is also available in Orono Augusta
Vermont is moving toward "single payer" health care and cutting costs and improving how health care is delivered along the way. Join the Muskie School of Public Service for a conversation about what's working, what's ahead and what it may mean for Maine
University Events Room (7th Floor), Glickman Library, USM Portland Campus
Featuring a panel discussion covering a variety of topics, including: the influence of money, the impact of demographic/data driven message targeting, technology, how all of this has and is changing our political landscape, and what the future looks like for the business of politics.
The inaugural presentation of the University of Southern Maine’s Environmental Science honor society, Kappa Alpha Omicron, will feature Dr. Jim Paruk discussing “Common Loon Conservation and Behavior in Maine” on April 29 at 6:00 p.m. in USM’s Wishcamper Center in Portland.