Research

USM President Theo Kalikow visits one of the student presenters at Thinking Matters 2013
Theo Kalikow at TM
Environmental Science student Maggie Walsh presents her poster at Thinking Matters 2013
STEM Student
Students work side by side with researchers in the Wise Lab
Students in Lab
Students having a fun experience in the archaeology lab
Future archaeologists
Students participate in research out in the field
Students in the field
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  • Resident Composer receives NEA Grant

    Professor Dan Sonenberg has received a $15,000 award from the National Endowment for the Arts to support the orchestration and production of the world-premiere of his opera 'The Summer King' with Portland Ovations at Merrill Auditorium. Concert is scheduled for May 8, 2014. Visit the link provided for information or to buy tickets. More 
  • Ecomaine Sculpture

    Creativity Has No Limits

    USM Art students Virginia Jarvi, Dylan Rohman, and Christopher Perkins, together with Professor of Art Michael Shaughnessy, created a 15' sculpture which was installed at Ecomaine's ash landfill entrance in Westbrook. The rescued pieces include flatware, bed springs, and lobster traps. It highlights the recycling that happens daily at the landfill. More 
  • Student Receives National Recognition

    Jeff Thompson, a USM computer science student mentored by Professor Clare Congdon recently received national recognition as an undergraduate researcher. He was selected as an Honorable Mention in the Computing Research Association's (CRA) Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award (Male) 2013.  More 

News & Events

The Wise Laboratory of Environmental and Genetic Toxicology has received a 5-year, $1,628,180 Research Project Grant (R01) from that National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.
Paul Bourget
Paul Bourget, a recent graduate of the Muskie School’s Geography-Anthropology program, has co-authored a paper in Remote Sensing, an open access journal on the science and application of remote sensing technology.
Muskie research staff have contributed several chapters to the recently published ‘Rural Public Health: Best Practices and Preventive Models,’ a comprehensive text that examines rural health from the perspectives of public health and prevention.

Faculty Research

Three USM faculty members discuss their research: Dan Stasko, Assistant Professor of Natural and Applied Sciences; Francesca Vassallo, Associate Professor of Political Science; and Christopher Scott, Associate Professor of Exercise, Health, and Sports Science.

Research Mission

To support research, scholarship and creative activity to: promote knowledge, discovery and practical application to advance Maine's economy, communities and the quality of life for Maine citizens; to strengthen classroom education and transform the lives of students through real world learning opportunities; and to support faculty and staff commitment to excellence in scholarly accomplishments regionally, nationally and internationally.