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Gail Wartell of Portland is the recipient of USM's 2012 Distinguished Classified Staff Award, which recognizes distinguished achievement and service to the University by a member of the Classified Staff with five or more years of service to USM.
USM and Southern Maine Community College will convene on this Friday, April 27th, for the annual exhibition of student research, scholarship, and creative achievement - Thinking Matters - on USM’s Portland campus.
The Maine Center for Creativity, in collaboration with the University of Southern Maine and sponsored by Fairchild Semiconductor, will host its annual Creative Toolbox Series Wednesday, May 9th from 6 – 8 p.m. at the University of Southern Maine.
President Botman writes that "USM has an obligation, even in tough times, to ensure that our students leave ... with the intellectual skills essential for a lifetime of personal and professional success."
Distinguished Professor of Art Rose Marasco will discuss her latest body of work in which she used a pinhole camera to document Manhattan. She is the current holder of the USM Provost's Research Fellowship.
Amanda Jennifer Pleau was chosen to be this year's student commencement speaker. She will share the podium with U.S. Senator Olympia J. Snowe, who will give the commencement address at ceremonies taking place Saturday, May 12 in the Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland.
USM's Women and Gender Studies Program presented the annual “Outstanding Graduate of Women and Gender Studies” and “Friend of Women and Gender Studies” awards recently.
Office of Multicultural Student Affairs is planning a community celebration to recognize the academic achievements of over 100 graduating multicultural and international students beginning with a reception at 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, May 1, in the Abromson Community Education Center, Portland.
The newly released 2012 report of the Maine Economic Growth Council states, in part, “…we must continue to give adults opportunities to pursue higher education throughout their lives.”
The USM Department of Environmental Science is hosting a series of public events this month to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Rachel Carson’s ground-breaking book, “The Silent Spring.”