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A student showing her poster at Thinking Matters
Check out the research conducted by USM and SMCC students this academic year at USM's annual celebration of academic pursuits, "Thinking Matters."
It was announced on April 19 that Dr. Scott Harris is stepping down as director of the School of Music to take a position with Columbus State University in Georgia. Alan Kaschub, upon the recommendation of his colleagues, will serve as interim director.
Artwork by William Hogarth
Professor Piers Beirne will present USM's third annual Provost's Research Fellowship Talk on April 24. His topic will be "Hogarth's Animals."
USM is pleased to announce that the Maine Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Leadership and Policy Council (PBIS LPC) is the newest state affiliate in the International Association for Positive Behavior Support (APBS).
Boston City Seal
President Kalikow invited students, faculty and staff to join in noontime ceremonies on all of USM's three campuses to show solidarity and sympathy for those affected by the Boston bombs.
Anne Randolph Henry
Current and prospective students and patrons of the USM School of Music will be the beneficiaries of a $1 million bequest from the estate of Anne Randolph Henry.
The City of Portland will partner with the University of Southern Maine to offer a free community electronic waste collection event.
USM Commencement
Congratulations to Noah Hurowitz and Roya Hejabian, USM's student commencement speakers!
USM students volunteered to help Hurricane Sandy victims in Tom's River, N.J. during spring break.
Members of the USM community will strive to “Be the Change” on Friday, April 19, as part of the University‘s 4th Annual Day of Service.

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