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President Flanagan's new leadership team will guide USM through a critical transition. The restructured team will save nearly $135,000 in administrative salaries
Photo of Art Department Entrance
USM’s Visual and Performing Arts programs announce the 2014-2015 season lineup events scheduled in Portland, Gorham and Lewiston.
Max Calderwood and Ed Moore
Max Calderwood and Ed Moore are always ready to welcome you to the Gorham Library and Learning Commons.
Congratulations to Bruce Thompson, recipient of the 2014-2015 Provost's Research Fellowship Award!
Julia Clukey
Olympian luger Julia Clukey will be the guest speaker at USM's celebration of Upward Bound's 50th anniversary.
USM President David Flanagan
University of Maine System Chancellor James Page and Board of Trustees recruit renowned business and policy leader to guide USM through a critical transition.
Characters from the film Frozen
Free popcorn and snow cones will be served at the free shooing of the Disney hit, "Frozen!" Come one and all on Friday, July 25!
Over 6,000 Students Contacted as Student Leaders Go Extra Mile to Ensure an Inclusive and Fair Selection Process
USM President Theo Kalikow
“Theo took on a difficult job at USM at my urging and handled the assignment with determination and grace," said University of Maine System Chancellor James H. Page.
Sign for Northern Forest Canoe Trail
Who says online courses allow students to do coursework at home? This new summer online course requires students to spend time in a canoe or kayak on the trail!

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