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Cynthia Randall, Scott Cook and Ashley Korenkiewicz

With new faculty certifications, School of Nursing gains ‘competitive edge’

The University of Southern Maine School of Nursing is celebrating multiple faculty and staff achievements within its Learning Resources and Simulation Center (LRSC).
Timothy B. Hussey, courtesy of his family

Inaugural Hussey Leadership Institute set for March 26

The University of Southern Maine is pleased to announce the first annual Timothy B. Hussey Leadership Institute on March 26, which will bring together more than 100 current and future millennial leaders to explore how to do well in business while doing good for communities.
Mary-Elizabeth Simms

Students Making a Difference: Mary-Elizabeth Simms ’17

Mary-Elizabeth Simms '17 discusses how courses for her two master's degrees, plus her experience helping to develop the University's new Food Studies program, are helping her prepare for a career in healthcare management.
Ekhlas Ahmed

Students Making a Difference: Ekhlas Ahmed ’15

Ekhlas Ahmed '15, discusses her work in activism as a refugee, and how USM has and continues to prepare her for a career working to better people's lives.
Ron Helderman

USM students raise the bar with medical research

Interns’ work on biomed advancements at the Maine Medical Center Research Institute prepares them for medical school and more.
USM update filming Feb. 2017

Replay: "The USM Update," Feb. 5, 2018

In the February 2018 episode of the University's popular television show, USM President Glenn Cummings sits down with guests from the USM School of Nursing, the recently-developed Food Studies Minor and the renowned Department of Engineering to discuss the many workforce initiatives taking place across the University.
Matthew Araujo ’15

Engineering Maine's workforce: Matthew Araujo ’15

The engineering program at USM is responding to the growing need for engineers in Maine and proving its graduates are ready for the challenge and to enter Maine's workforce.
A T-rex beckons to a crowd in Monument Square on Jan. 20, 2018

Alum-organized dinosaur event roars through downtown Portland

An event consisting of more three dozen T. rex costume-clad individuals in Monument Square on Jan. 20 was organized by two USM alumnae.
Emily Donovan '16

Engineering Maine's workforce: Emily Donovan ’16

The engineering program at USM is responding to the growing need for engineers in Maine and proving its graduates are ready for the challenge and to enter Maine's workforce.
Julie Doxsey ’13

Engineering Maine's workforce: Julie Doxsey ’13

The engineering program at USM is responding to the growing need for engineers in Maine and proving its graduates are ready for the challenge and to enter Maine's workforce.

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