State Capital Center

The Muskie School maintains a significant presence in the Maine's state capital, Augusta, as faculty and staff routinely engage in work with state government. In Augusta, the School houses over 80 staff members who provide research, technical assistance and training to many departments of Maine's executive branch. Faculty and staff also serve as resources to the legislature, providing instruction, research and policy analysis. Students at the Muskie School gain experience directly with state government as they work with faculty and research staff on capstones, internships, and graduate assistantships.

Visit the eLearning Group website for more information on the Center's work throughout Maine and the nation.

Contact:

Sue Ebersten, Director
45 Commerce Drive
Suite 11
Augusta, Maine 04330
p: (207) 626-5229
f: (207) 626-5210
sebersten@usm.maine.edu 


Featured Project

Maine DHHS Distance Education Initiatives

The School is working with the Maine Department to Health and Human Services to develop initiative designed to provide greater access and more cost-effective delivery of training for staff. Primary goals are to implement up to three distance education initiatives based on the best practices in the field and establish criteria to evaluate their effectiveness.

Project Director: Marshall Soloway

 

New Publications

What's New?

"Profile of Rural Residential Care Facilities: A Chartbook" (authors: Jennifer Lenardson, Eileen Griffin, Zach Croll, Erika Ziller, and Andrew Coburn)

"Integrated Care Management in Rural Communities" (authors: Eileen Griffin and Andrew Coburn)

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