College of Management and Human Service
November 25, 2016: CMHS Dean Williams presents at International SMAANZ 2016 Conference
CMHS Interim Dean Jo Williams just presented at the 2016 Annual Conference of SMAANZ - Sport Management Association of Australia and New Zealand.
Wednesday, October 26, 2016: NAMI Portland and the USM School of Social Work present a free screening of "HEALING VOICES"
Wednesday, October 26, 2016: NAMI Portland and the USM School of Social Work are pleased to present a free screening of the award-winning documentary, "HEALING VOICES"
CMHS Faculty Host Lightning Talks Fall 2016
CMHS Faculty presented several Lightning Talks relating to Maine's growing engagement in the Arctic region.
October 7, 2016, USM School of Business appears in The Princeton Review's Best 294 Business Schools (2017 Edition)
USM School of Business appears in The Princeton Review's annual publication: The Best 294 Business Schools:Edition 2017.
Melissa Burns, School of Business, Coordinator of Internships & Career Services at 2016/2017 Opening Breakfast
CMHS Leaders pose with Champ during the 2016/2017 Opening Breakfast, August, 2016.
Professor Flynn Ross, School of Education and Human Development, at 2016/2017 Opening Breakfast
CMHS Leaders posed with Champ during the 2016/2017 Opening Breakfast, August, 2016.
Bob Heiser, MBA Director from the School of Business at 2016/2017 Opening Breakfast
CMHS Leaders posed with Champ during the 2016/2017 Opening Breakfast.
Dean of CMHS, Jo Williams, with Champ at 2016/2017 Opening Breakfast
CMHS Leaders attend Opening Breakfast
Coburn dissects Maine's slip in 'healthiest state' rankings
The state of Maine fell from 16 to 20 in the latest release of America's Health Rankings, matching its lowest point since the rankings began in 1990. Andrew Coburn, Associate Dean of the Muskie School of Public Service and public health professor, discussed the slip with the Portland Press Herald.
USM Students Learn on the Job as Unum Scholars
In an exciting new academic/corporate partnership, twelve students from the University of Southern Maine were chosen this summer to be the first students in Maine to become part of the new Unum Scholars program. The Scholars are hired as employees at Unum, working in a specially-created team supported by mentors, and allowing them to job shadow throughout the company. The program provides students valuable work experience at a Fortune 500 company as they apply their learning towards their jobs, and gain a head start towards potential full-time employment when they graduate.