The University of Southern Maine’s Russell Scholars Program will hold its first alumni homecoming luncheon at 12 p.m., Saturday, November 5, on the Gorham campus. Attendees will convene over coffee in Woodward Hall, followed by a buffet luncheon in the Faculty Dining Room of the Brooks Student Center.
Russell Scholars alumni interested in attending should RSVP to Steve Romanoff, program director and professor of Russell Scholars Program, at 780-5751 or by email at
The Russell Scholars Program is USM’s first residential academic learning community. It was founded in 1996 to provide a community environment supporting academic success and student engagement for undergraduates from all majors. The Russell Scholars Program has attained national recognition for its innovative curriculum and high student retention rate.
The Russell Scholars Program is open to any full-time residential student who has been admitted to the University of Southern Maine. Enrollment is limited. For more information about the program, please contact Steve Romanoff at 780-5751, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Elizabeth Dodge at 780-5752, email@example.com.