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Thanks to a three-year grant from the Reading Matters to Maine Fund of the Maine Community Foundation, USM will provide free and low-cost reading tutoring for K-5 children on the Gorham campus.
Don't miss reading President Kalikow's latest Morning Sentinel editorial column in which she discusses the changes colleges have faced in the past 50 years.
The Muskie School's Maine Youth Transition Collaborative is one of 21 founding partners – and one of only a few rural sites – to receive funding from the Opportunity Youth Incentive Fund (OYIF), designed to support collaboratives across the country that, according to the Aspen Institute, “harness the power of cross-sector collaboration to make substantive progress for opportunity youth.”
Join us for our annual Roof Top Movie, this year featuring "Monsters University." Free and open to the public.
Join USM's Sampson Center for a very timely panel discussion about LGBT high school and college athletes.
USM's Muskie School and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute present "Politics Then and Now, In Maine and the Nation." Don't miss any of the presentations taking place 4-5:30 p.m., Thursdays, from September 19-November 7.
Nestlé Waters North America pledged $100,000 to support USM's Pioneers Program, the first college-level STEM honors community in Maine for high-achieving students.
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.