Office of Public Affairs
New Endowed Chair in Risk Management and Insurance established, honoring MEMIC's CEO John Leonard
The University of Southern Maine is establishing the MEMIC John T. Leonard Endowed Chair in Risk Management and Insurance, only the second endowed chair since USM’s founding in 1878.
USM’s Lewiston-Auburn College to host ‘American Women Rebuilding France, 1917-1924’ exhibition in collaboration with American Friends of Blérancourt August 28 - September 22
The University of Southern Maine’s Lewiston-Auburn College will host the photo exhibition “American Women Rebuilding France, 1917-1924,” featuring Anne Morgan and the 350 American women who helped rebuild France in the wake of WWI. The exhibit, which will be displayed in the Atrium Gallery on USM’s Lewiston-Auburn campus, will open on August 28 and run through September 22, 2017, featuring 29 WWI-era photographs and silent film footage that illustrate the extraordinary work undertaken to help the civilian population in Picardy, in northeastern France.
USM official quoted in media regarding diversity in wake of affirmative action initiative reports
The Portland Press Herald has quoted USM officials in an article regarding the university’s commitment to diversity.
USM study cited by Portland leaders as the city begins rolling out thousands of lidded recycling bins
A USM study was cited by Portland leaders as they began rolling out thousands of lidded recycling bins to homes.
USM student working as AmeriCorps Vista Summer Associates with Trekkers
USM student Jordan Carpenter returned to Midcoast Maine this summer as an AmeriCorps Vista summer associate, working for a non-profit group that helped her as a teenager.
USM Professor Eve Raimon interviewed by Portland Press Herald about Maine signer of the Declaration of Independence
USM English Professor Eve Raimon was interviewed by the Portland Press Herald about Gen. William Whipple, an abolitionist who was recently remembered near his family home in Kittery.
USM analysis informs discussion of harness racing in Maine
A just-completed USM analysis of the struggling harness racing industry has been cited in news reports from Maine Public and the Bangor Daily News.
Missouri Public Radio interviews USM's Andrew Coburn about rural hospitals
A Missouri Public Radio reporter interviewed USM's Andrew Coburn for a story on financial pressures faced by rural hospitals.
USM Voices: From Montagu to Maine, With Love
The Montagu Project provides fertile ground for personal and professional growth, acquiring global leadership skills and realizing community development initiatives.
USM alumna Bailey-Curry appointed to board of YWCA of Central Maine
USM alumna Tonya Bailey-Curry, who received her master’s in social work in May 2017, has been named to the board of directors of the YWCA of Central Maine in Lewiston.