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Check out highlights from this year's UROP poster symposium where 13 USM student scholars presented their project research and experiences, with topics as widely varied as developing an exoskeleton for people with disabilities, to testing arsenic in Maine’s drinking water, to the study of Kombucha fermentation.
2016 Career Fair proves a success for USM students, hear more about it from an engineering seniors perspective! Students and employers had an beneficial opportunity to meet in an informal setting and discuss potential employment and career possibilities at our annual job fair.
USM President Glenn Cummings announced plans March 3 to offer all incoming USM Honors students the opportunity to study in Iceland.
The University of Southern Maine is pleased to announce that former Maine Senator George Mitchell will deliver the keynote address at the 2016 Commencement Ceremony.
Lust! Paranoia! Murder! Marijuana! Lock up your children... and your spouse --- REEFER MADNESS has descended upon us and this buzzworthy show will leave you with an emotional high!
The University of Southern Maine and the Maine Brewers' Guild announced a partnership Thursday aimed at helping the region's growing craft beer industry with analysis and testing by USM's Quality Assurance/Quality Control and Research Laboratory.
Over the past several weeks, Schmidt has made the rounds in the media, sharing his expertise in American politics. And this Thursday, February 25, on USM's Portland campus, Schmidt will present an information session about the upcoming Maine Caucuses.
About 100 high schoolers from across Maine competed at USM's Gorham campus Saturday in the annual Maine Regional Science Bowl.
The University of Southern Maine School of Business has once again earned its accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, the longest serving accrediting body for the world's business schools.
After its recent release, the Portland Press Herald declares the latest offering co-authored by Libby Bischof, associate professor of History at USM, "a necessary book for all Maine libraries concerned with the arts."