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USM signs agreement to expand relationship with Iceland’s Reykjavik University

USM President Glenn Cummings and Ari Kristinn Jónsson, the president of Iceland's Reykjavik University, have signed an agreement aimed at expanding the relationship between the two schools and providing more opportunities for student and faculty exchanges.
Photo of student Darius Iranpour, Tourism and Hospitality chair Dr. Tracy Michaud Stutzman and Meg Clews, faculty in the School of Nursing on the set of "The USM Update"

Replay: 'The USM Update' 3/6/2017

On the March episode of "The USM Update," learn about a trip to Cuba (a first of its kind within the UMaine System), celebrate 50 years of women's athletics at USM and hear from a group of engineering students who provided hot water to a Guatemalan orphanage.

UMaine, USM Professors Embrace Ecotourism Experience in Cuba

UMaine, USM professors embrace ecotourism experience in Cuba

Tourism and Hospitality Students Complete a First if its Kind Exploration of Cuba

Tourism and Hospitality Students Complete a First if its Kind Exploration of Cuba
Schooner Harvey Gamage

USM Nursing and Tourism students' trip to Cuba featured in the Portland Press Herald

On December 27, the Portland Press Herald reported on USM's winter session trip to Cuba. Students and faculty from both the Nursing and Tourism and Hospitality programs took part in the first-of-its-kind trip in hopes of learning more about the recently opened nation’s tourism and healthcare industries.

Graduates Reflections on their Experience in the Tourism and Hospitality Program

Graduates Reflections on their Experience in Tourism and Hospitality Program

Tourism and Hospitality Students are headed to Cuba during the winter term to “Navigate Change in Cuba”

Tourism and Hospitality Students are headed to Cuba during the winter term to “Navigate Change in Cuba”

The 4th Annual Husky Harvest is Next Thursday November 10th

Husky Harvest Next Thursday

USM Tourism and Hospitality Alumni Highlighted

USM Tourism and Hospitality Alumni Highlighted
Icelandic Bay Scene

Book now to Explore the Wonders of Iceland!

Booking is now available for the GYA/TAH 307 trip to Iceland where from June 9-17, 2017 you will have an opportunity to explore the amazing landscape of Iceland for 8 days. This course examines natural and human induced changes to the Icelandic landscape, including those brought on by recent shifts in climate and the development of the tourism industry. Participate in adventure, eco, and nature based tourism activities. Examine landscape changes through geographic and satellite imaging tools and techniques.

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