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On April 22nd — on the 46th anniversary of the first Earth Day — environmental leaders including Maine Sen. Angus King praised the clean air and water legacy left by the late Edmund Muskie.
In USM's innovative Entry Year Experience (EYE) program, students learn problem solving skills and are prepared to read, write and think critically at a college level, all while being empowered to engage in their community.
The piece comes in advance of Thinking Matters 2016, USM's annual student research symposium. Nisetich, director of the Honors Program, took the opportunity to describe the benefits of engaged within the community and strong faculty mentorships.
Elizabeth Wilson, a history and political science double major, was selected as the 2016-2017 Maine Policy Scholar from USM.
Investigative reporters need more than an ability to craft well-researched, well-written news stories, Pulitzer winner Ralph Blumenthal told USM communication and media studies students. They need nerve, too.
The award will allow Guildford to travel abroad to the United Kingdom and enroll in the University of Exeter's Master of Science program, where she plans to study bioarchaeology, with a focus in the zooarachaeology of Europe.
USM Associate Professor S. Monroe Duboise was interviewed for a Lewiston Sun Journal story on climate change and an increase in vector-borne diseases.
U.S. Sen. Angus King, Dr. Andrew Deutz, director of International Government Relations for The Nature Conservancy and Michael Stoddard, executive director of Efficiency Maine, will hold a panel discussion on recent climate talks.
An article by USM English Professor John Muthyala — about the digital humanities' present and future — has been published by the Digital Pedagogy Lab.
USM School of Music composer Daniel Sonenberg's opera ‘The Summer King,’ which beautifully illustrates the life of African American baseball legend Josh Gibson, was featured on WQXR, NY classical radio station.