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BS Cyber Security

BS Cyber Security Degree - Enrollment begins now.

Enroll now. The Bachelor of Science degree in Cyber Security (BSCS) is developed to be relevant to the rapidly changing landscape of information security. The techniques, policies, operational procedures, and technologies that secure and defend information systems in local and more broadly based domains will be covered. Hands-on learning is an integral part of the BSCS and in the Maine Cyber Security Cluster (MCSC) Virtual Lab, students experience combating simulated cyber security attacks and develop experience that can be applied immediately in the workplace. http://usm.maine.edu/tech/bs-cyber-security-0

John Marshall passed away last 12/18/15

We are sadden to report that our USM colleague John Marshall passed away last 12/18/15 at the Gosnell Hospice House in Scarborough. Professor Marshall taught here for the past 20 years in the Department of Technology on the Gorham campus. John was a true educator. His passion was teaching and his students always came first. He also loved to tell jokes, which is why his family asks that you honor his memory by sharing a joke with someone you know. John’s family also asks that donations be made to: USM Advancement and Donor Services for the Dr. John Allen Marshall Scholarship, P.O. Box 9300, Portland, ME 04014. John’s full obituary can be found at http://obituaries.pressherald.com/obituaries/mainetoday-pressherald/obituary.aspx?n=john-a-marshall&pid=176962610&fhid=6223

Sebago Educational Alliance Students Create T-shirts with Department of Technology

On July 31, 2013, a dozen students from the Sebago Educational Alliance visited the USM Gorham campus and the Department of Technology.

Department of Technology Faculty Present at National Conferences

Department of Technology faculty presented at conferences in Tennessee and Louisiana.

STEM Scholar Program Started Thanks to NSF Grant

USM received a grant from the NSF STEM Scholarship Program to support deserving Maine students who want to study computer science, engineering, environmental science, and technology management .

Construction Management Faculty and Student honored at Annual Meeting of the Construction Specifications Institute

Dave Early and Construction Management student Gregory Roy, were honored by the Construction Specifications Institute during their Annual Meeting. Both were awarded the Dale C. Mole Student Activity Fund Award.

Congratulations Construction Management Students Who Received Scholarships From AGC

Four USM Students were awarded $9,000 in scholarships at the 2012 AGC Maine Education Foundation Scholarship Awards Ceremony on September 12th.

Dave Early participates in American Council for Contruction Education meeting

Dave Early attended the Mid Year Meeting of the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE), held in Phoenix, Arizona on February 22-25th. Dave spoke on his experience in utilizing the Construction Specifications Institute's (CSI) "Project Delivery Education Program."