Office of Public Affairs
Each summer, PORTopera employs many USM students, alumni and faculty in its performances. Last month's production of "La Boheme" was no different.
Over the age of 50? Maine's Senior College Network may be just what you're interested in. This year Down East readers named it "Best in Maine for Senior Education!"
USM President Theo Kalikow is a monthly contributor to the Kennebec Journal. Read two of her most recent columns about internships for college students.
Denise Taaffe and Tony Payne were named chair and vice chair, respectively, of USM's Board of Visitors.
Visit the friendly folks at USM's Prior Learning Assessment program to see what life experiences you can receive college credit for! Save time and money while getting a jump on your degree.
USM's Muskie School and the Bangor Daily News are hosting a public colloquium about the Affordable Care Act. Register now to reserve you seat.
Everyone is welcome to an outdoor viewing of the movie "Wreck-It Ralph" on USM's Gorham campus. Popcorn is free, and other refreshments will be for sale. New date is August 16.
Teams of USM faculty and students will join with industry and community partners to conduct research using awards from the Maine Economic Improvement Fund.
Affordable Colleges Online, a tool designed to assist students looking for affordable higher education options, listed the USM among Maine colleges with a high return of investment.
USM Public Affairs Intern Leah Mills interviewed Nick Wallace about his experience restoring and installing a pipe organ.