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Posted July 18, 2012
At the American Creativity Association Conference learn from the keynote speaker and creativity expert Eileen Doyle that mistakes should be made in your life.
Posted July 13, 2012
The University of Maine System Board of Trustees named Associate Professor of Applied Medical Sciences S. Monroe Duboise USM's 2012-2013 Trusteee Professor to continue his research developing a better anti-malaria vaccine.
Posted July 12, 2012
Can grammar be exciting? Nancy Gish thinks so. Read more about this dedicated professor, how she instructs her students to write well, and what you can do now to improve your writing skills now.
Posted July 9, 2012
University of Maine System Chancellor James H. Page announced last week that former University of Maine Farmington President Theodora J. Kalikow will lead USM.
Posted June 29, 2012
When South Portland's USM student Mileva Vignjevic signed up for Political Science Lecturer Julia Edwards’ class on human rights and international law last spring she had no idea it would take her so far.
Posted June 26, 2012
Associate Professor Monroe Duboise received Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation funding to continue his research to develop an anti-malaria vaccine that will be stable and readily produced using highly scalable and adaptable methods.
Posted June 22, 2012
With the 2012 Summer Olympics fast approaching, this year’s USM Sport Psychology Institute will offer a unique look at the “mental skills training” provided to Olympic athletes.
Posted June 13, 2012
A public information session for a new doctoral program at USM focused on educational leadership and policy will be held at 6 p.m.,Tuesday, June 19, Room 133, Wishcamper Center, Bedford Street, Portland.
Posted June 11, 2012
Congratulations to Associate Professor of Biology Lisa Moore who received three-year, $294,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to work on the AVAToL program building a comprehensive Tree of Life.
Posted June 8, 2012
Daniel E. Davis's black and white photographs will be on display in the Glickman Family Library from June 14 through August 17.