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Diane Rowland of the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid
Registration is still open for Muskie's colloquium “The Future of Medicaid: Building Sustainability through Program Innovation,” taking place Friday, November 22 in the Augusta Civic Center.
President Kalikow with Courtney Breslin
Courtney A. Breslin, academic advisor, received this year's Emerging Professional Staff Award.
James Wakefield and USM President Theo Kalikow
James Wakefield, a heating and air conditioning technician in Facilities Management, was named this year's winner of the Emerging Classified Staff Award.
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The Princeton Review has named USM's School of Business the “best choice for Portland-area professionals” for the second consecutive year and listed the school in “The Best 295 Business Schools: 2014 Edition.”
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On November 14, USM and Cornerstones of Science will cohost a Science Café at the Portland Public Library on cyber security. Free and open to the public and also available online!
Read President Kalikow's October 27 Morning Sentinel column.
Maine's Statehouse
Don't miss the last installment of the eight-part series, "Politics Then and Now, in Maine and the Nation," at 4 p.m., Thursday, November 7.
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Interested in completing your bachelor's or earning a graduate degree? Don't miss USM's Open House for adult, transfer and graduate students!
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Don't miss WMPG's Annual Record and CD sale on Saturday, November 2! Great deals can be found at this fundraiser for the station.
President Kalikow and Lynn Poor
Lynn Poor, a level 2 administrative specialist in the Office of Student Success at Lewiston-Auburn College was named winner of this year's Distinguished Classified Staff Award.

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