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“Wing” by USM Professor of Biology Kenneth Weber
The USM Art Gallery’s first exhibition of the season will be “Engaging Insects: Artists and Scientists,” displaying the myriad ways in which artists and scientists work with insects.
A journalist and author who has covered Afghanistan will join legal experts and the Maine Civil Liberties Union at a program to explore how 9/11 impacted law and foreign policy.
Chris Van Dusen will be reading from his new book about a tiny king with a very large ego.
A leading sports agent, an Olympic swimming champion and local sports law attorneys and other panelists to discuss the rights of athletes in Olympic sports.
Northeastern University Professor of Law Margaret Burnham
Northeastern University Professor of Law Margaret Burnham will give a lecture on Constitution Day, September 16.
School of Nursing study investigated if the proximity of stores selling sugary snacks impacts the weight of high schoolers in Maine.
weather map showing Hurricane Irene's projected path through Maine
USM is monitoring Hurricane Irene and has steps in place to ensure the safety of residence hall students who moved in Saturday. Responses to the storm are in place for Monday's start of classes should they be needed.
Hurricane Irene, 2011
We look forward to greeting all NEW residence hall students this Saturday, August 27. Due to the weather forecast for Sunday, we are encouraging all RETURNING residential students to move in on Saturday rather than Sunday. For more information call 780-4800.
USM's Gorham campus
Preparations are nearing completion as USM gets ready for classes to begin.
Professor Susan Feiner is available to speak about national debt and the deficit.

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