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The LGBT Collection of USM’s Jean Byers Sampson Center for Diversity in Maine will present a panel discussion, “Maine’s T Revolution: How being transgender in Maine has changed, is changing, and still needs to change.”
Book Artist Georgiana Peacher
The Kate Cheney Chappell Center for Book Arts is presenting an exhibit, “Chronology of a Life: Artist’s Books, Poems, and Publications of Georgiana Peacher,” by Georgiana Peacher.
International experts on religions and how they intertwine with law and government will gather here March 23 for a daylong conference hosted by Maine Law and USM.
The USM Women and Gender Studies program will hold its annual Women’s History Month Gala Reception on Friday, March 16.
Wael Nawara
A year following the Egyptian revolution and the Arab Spring, the University of Southern Maine is pleased to host an evening with Wael Nawara, Egyptian activist, writer, and co-founder of the Ghad party (Tomorrow).
Amy Lischko, Tufts University School of Medicine
USM's Muskie School, Consumers for Affordable Health Care, and the University of Maine School of Law are hosting a public forum on the Affordable Care Act on February 29. Attend to learn more about what this legislation means for Mainers.
The Friday, March 16, event, “How Good People Make Tough Choices,” is cancelled due to the death of Dr. Rushworth Kidder.
With the increased usage of wood stoves and furnaces in Maine households, no one has the time to question if there are any health dangers or risks to consider.
Book cover, Gateway to Vacationland: The Making of Portland, Maine
USM Muskie School Visiting Research Professor John Bauman has written the first comprehensive history of Portland since the 1800s.
USM Junior Molly Carl
Molly Carl, a junior majoring in geography-anthropology, recently earned her spot on another elite XC squad.

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