USM's work to give chemistry students real world experience as analysts and chemical testers for Maine's growing beer industry is once again earning attention. The program was recently featured in the Portland Press Herald and on National Public Radio's "Morning Edition."
Glenn Cummings began his second year as the University of Southern Maine's president with a flurry of announcements including climbing enrollment, a new signed agreement with Iceland's Reykjavik University and a $500,000 gift to provide scholarships for nursing students. The announcements headlined USM's annual Opening Breakfast Thursday on the Gorham Campus with more than 500 of the school's faculty and staff.
First Universalist Church is seeking a part-time justice work intern to assist with New Mainer community. For more information go to their website: www.uuyarmouth.org/justicework-refugees.php or send resume to email@example.com
Impact is now accepting applications to join their team in September 2016. Early application deadline is September 12th. They also have immediate positions available.
Impact is a non-profit program of leading advocacy organizations, including Environment America and USPIRG, that runs grassroots campaigns.
The goal of the fall campaign is to prevent future uranium mining from the Grand Canyon, by getting the Obama Administration to create the “Grand Canyon Heritage National Monument.” This will protect the 1.7 million acres surrounding the Grand Canyon, our drinking water and sacred places for generations to come. In order to win this campaign we are working all across the US to gather national support on the issue.
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