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The traveling exhibition “Torn in Two: 150th Anniversary of the Civil War”
The traveling exhibition, “Torn in Two: 150th Anniversary of the Civil War,” opens Thursday, April 4, at the USM Osher Map Library and Smith Center for Cartographic Education.
USM's Art Gallery on the Gorham campus presents the annual Juried Student Exhibition.
Jeremiah Conway’s new book "The Alchemy of Teaching"
Jeremiah Conway’s new book cuts through the rhetoric to the heart of the matter: how teaching transforms the lives of students and teachers.
USM Huskies
The women's basketball team exited NCAA Division III tourney play in the first round, with an 80-58 upset victory by the Smith College Pioneers. Thank you Huskies for an exciting season!
Cecile Aitchison, USM’s new vice president for advancement
Cecile Aitchison has been named USM’s new vice president for advancement and president and CEO of the USM Foundation, effective Tuesday, February 19.
Congratulations to the students named to the USM Dean's for the Fall 2012 semester!
International Exhibition of Modern Art poster from 1913, New York City
USM will be holding a daylong symposium, “Scandalous Modernism: Stravinsky’s ‘Rite of Spring’ and the Armory Show in Context.”
PROPEL, the Portland Region’s premier young professionals networking and business organizational group, and USM are celebrating the kick-off of PROPEL’s entreverge award nominations.
University Chancellor Page and USM President Theo Kalikow
University Chancellor James Page and USM President Theo Kalikow will present “The Future of Higher Education: Philosophical Perspectives," Tue., Feb. 26, University of Maine School of Law, Portland.
On February 27, USM will host an informational session for Maine entrepreneurs and small businesses focusing on how to access technical resources available from Maine’s two largest public universities.

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