Gorham campus parking ban begins at 8 pm Wednesday
A Gorham Campus parking ban will begin at 8 pm Wednesday (2/22/17) for lots G20, G13a, and GS1 to allow for snow removal. It will continue until 8 am Thursday (2/23/17). Cars left in prohibited lots may be towed at the owner's expense. For more information, click here.
USM Digital Humanities (USMDH) is proud to announce the completion of a project entitled "Portland Women's History Walking Trail," lead by Dr. Eileen Eagan from USM's Department of History and Political Science. This project led to the creation of an application for mobile devices.
REPLAY: A Conversation with Senator Angus King, former Senator George Mitchell, and former Ambassador Nicholas Burns about the Iran Nuclear Agreement
U.S. Senator Angus King, former U.S. Senator George J. Mitchell and former Ambassador Nicholas Burns hosted a forum at the Portland campus of the University of Southern Maine to discuss the nuclear weapons limitation agreement with Iran.
President Cummings announces two new additions to academic leadership team
University of Southern Maine President Glenn Cummings has appointed Joanne Williams interim dean of the College of Management and Human Service and Tara Coste interim executive director of graduate studies.
Muskie School team earns national award for report unearthing racial bias in Maine's juvenile justice system
The Maine Statistical Analysis Center, located in the Muskie School of Public Service at the University of Southern Maine, was recognized by the Justice Research and Statistics Association for one of its most recent reports at the National Forum on Criminal Justice Forum held in Atlanta.
USM offers daughter of a former human trafficking victim a chance at a college degree
The University of Southern Maine, the University of Maine School of Law and CIEE, a nonprofit cultural exchange program based in Portland, are working together to provide educational opportunities for Juhi Khatoon, a young woman from India whose mother was a victim of human trafficking.
USM, SMCC to receive over $2 million in funding from TRiO grant competition
The University of Southern Maine and Southern Maine Community College will receive more than $2 million between them after being declared winners in the recent federal grant competition for TRiO Student Support Services.