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You can read the report, "The Relationships Between School Poverty and Student Achievement in Maine,” that David Silvernail presented to the Maine Legislature’s Education Committee on January 9.
USM Professor of Social Work David Wagner's book recognized by American Library Association's "Outstanding Academic Titles, 2013."
USM Southworth Planetarium Science Lecture Series kicks off Thursday, January 16.
Muskie School of Public Service Professor Charles Colgan's 2014 Maine economic forecast, delivered on January 7, can now be viewed online.
Ice skating begins at 2:30 p.m. in USM's Gorham Ice Arena for those with New Year Gorham buttons. Bring your own skates!
What were New England winters like before synthetic fabrics and snow blowers? Read Theo Kalikow's latest column to find out.
The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival will Honor USM's William Kilroy for excellence in theater education.
USM's Southworth Planetarium is hosting a monthly lecture series on a variety of topics. Tonight's lecture is about joint replacements and January's lecture will be about the 2013 Nobel Prize ceremonies.
USM Resident Composer Daniel Sonenberg is the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts grant in support of his opera, "The Summer King."
Dr. Anne Hallward's program on WMPG, “Safe Space Radio,” was recognized for her interview about mental illness with actress Glenn Close. Dr. Anne Hallward is the 2013 second place recipient of the Maine Association of Broadcasters “Public Affairs Award."