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Maine’s Changing Population and Housing 1990-2010
Read about insights into shifts in Maine’s population and housing from 1990 to 2010
The Princeton Review 2013 Edition
Princeton Review says USM's School of Business is ‘the best choice for Portland-area professionals.'
Ahmed Alsoudani, Detail of Untitled, 2010, charcoal, acrylic on canvas, photo co
Ahmed Alsoudani, former Portland resident and Iraqi political refugee who studied art at MECA and Yale, will be visiting USM art studios and presenting a public lecture on Thursday, November 1.
Theresa Brown, NYT columnist and clinical nurse
Don't miss the next installment of USM's Martha Skoner Lecture Series on Tuesday, October 23. Theresa Brown will speak on "Bedside Nursing in the Age of Affordable Care."
NAO H25 Humanoid Robot
USM's Creative Intelligence & Innovation Lab will be unveiled tomorrow. Everyone is invited to stop by at 11 a.m. on the fifth floor of the Science Research Wing, Portland.
2012 Catalyst for Change Award recipient Rita Kissen
Teacher and activist for equality, human rights and civil rights, Rita Kissen will be honored at a dinner on Thursday, October 18 at the Italian Heritage Center, Portland.
In Glickman Family library in Portland there will be a free panel discussion on Wednesday, October 17.
The Kate Cheney Chappell ’83 Center for Book Arts will be presenting a hands-on workshop on Saturday, October 27.
Education Expert and Author Beatrice McGarvey
Nationally recognized education expert and author will provide the keynote for the Customized Learning: Partnering with Technology event.
USM Distinguished Professosr Robert Louden
Robert Louden, professor of Philosophy at the University of Southern Maine, was recently named USM’s fifth Distinguished Professor.

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