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USM School of Music composer Dan Sonenberg’s opera, ‘The Summer King’ was featured by WQXR, NY classical radio station

USM School of Music composer Daniel Sonenberg's opera ‘The Summer King,’ which beautifully illustrates the life of African American baseball legend Josh Gibson, was featured on WQXR, NY classical radio station.

USM team brings home national prize in Collegiate Leadership Competition

A seven-member group of USM students brought home the top prize in an emerging national competition aimed at testing their abilities as teammates and leaders.

Mural created during USM residency of artist Natasha Mayers installed in downtown Gorham

A colorful, 8-feet by 12-feet mural made under the direction of USM artist-in-residency Natasha Mayers has been installed in downtown Gorham.

USM collecting old gadgets for fourth annual Community Electronic Waste Recycling Day on April 23

USM wants your old gadgets for the fourth annual Community Electronic Waste Recycling Day. The drive-up event is scheduled for Saturday, April 23, in the Woodbury Campus Center parking lot from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. It is free and open to the public.

Exclusive internship with Maine Medical Center Research Institute gives USM students laboratory experience

USM interns are experiencing hands-on experience in a working research facility through an exclusive partnership with the Maine Medical Center Research Institute.

Three USM graduates creating ‘nano brewery' in Portland

The USM graduates — Lucas Marks, Brett Barrett and Charlie Partridge — are creating a small brewery in Portland's East Bayside neighborhood, according to the Bangor Daily News.

Joyce Gibson, dean of USM's Lewiston-Auburn College, honored with Maryann Hartman Award

Joyce Gibson, the dean of USM’s Lewiston-Auburn College, was honored at the 30th annual Maryann Hartman Awards for her service to Maine

Communities can rally together to repair ‘crumbling and crowded schools’, writes Flynn Ross in Bangor Daily News piece.

Flynn Ross, associate professor of teacher education and coordinator of the Extended Teacher Education Program (ETEP), explains in a recent Bangor Daily News op-ed that local communities have the power to ensure the quality of their schools.

USM music professors Peter Martin and Robert Russell “kindle the fire” in their students, as 200 some alumni return to honor them in a gala concert

The spotlight shone on Martin and Russell on the stage of Merrill Auditorium as they led more than 200 former USM School of Music students from throughout the conductors' 30-plus year tenure in a celebratory concert.

King and Pingree praise USM and the QC2 Lab at New England Craft Brew Summit

Two members of Maine's Congressional delegation -- Sen. Angus King and Rep. Chellie Pingree -- toured USM's newly named "QC2 Lab" as part of the Inaugural New England Craft Brew Summit, held April 1 at the Abromson Center.

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