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2013 Nobel Laureates graphic
USM's Southworth Planetarium is hosting a monthly lecture series on a variety of topics. Tonight's lecture is about joint replacements and January's lecture will be about the 2013 Nobel Prize ceremonies.
Daniel Sonenberg
USM Resident Composer Daniel Sonenberg is the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts grant in support of his opera, "The Summer King."
Dr. Anne Hallward
Dr. Anne Hallward's program on WMPG, “Safe Space Radio,” was recognized for her interview about mental illness with actress Glenn Close. Dr. Anne Hallward is the 2013 second place recipient of the Maine Association of Broadcasters “Public Affairs Award."
Westbrook's River Walk along the Presumpscot River
Courses with service learning components at USM addressed Casco Bay region water quality this semester. Students will present posters on December 6.
image of ACA website
Don't miss a free public forum on the Affordable Care Act taking place at USM on Wednesday, December 4.
Zhang Jing
The public is invited to sign up for Chinese language classes in January.
Diane Rowland of the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid
Registration is still open for Muskie's colloquium “The Future of Medicaid: Building Sustainability through Program Innovation,” taking place Friday, November 22 in the Augusta Civic Center.
President Kalikow with Courtney Breslin
Courtney A. Breslin, academic advisor, received this year's Emerging Professional Staff Award.
James Wakefield and USM President Theo Kalikow
James Wakefield, a heating and air conditioning technician in Facilities Management, was named this year's winner of the Emerging Classified Staff Award.
Princeton Review logo
The Princeton Review has named USM's School of Business the “best choice for Portland-area professionals” for the second consecutive year and listed the school in “The Best 295 Business Schools: 2014 Edition.”

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