College of Management and Human Service


students meet with employers at Fall 2018 job fair

Resumes at the ready: Spring 2019 Job Fair around the corner

The USM Spring 2019 Job Fair is fast approaching, featuring more than 100 employers for students to meet and network with in preparation for their careers after graduation.
Gorham. Robie Andrews Hall cupula.

USM announces Fall 2018 Dean's List

The University of Southern Maine (USM) is pleased to announce that more than 1,200 undergraduate students from across the globe have been named to the Fall Semester 2018 Dean's List.
Field Hockey

USM student-athletes make their academic mark

Continuing in a tradition of academic and athletic excellence, 31 Fall student-athletes at USM have been recognized by the Little East Conference for their outstanding academic achievements, earning them slots on the 2018 Little East Conference Fall All-Academic Team.
Social Work prof Caroline Shanti

School of Social Work launches Master's degree as low-residency online program option

Pursue your Master's in Social Work part-time and primarily online with USM's new low-residency option. The program is fully accredited and contains the same course content as the regular program.

USM alumni nominated for leadership roles in state government

On Dec, 26, Pender Makin, a double alumna with USM degrees in 1991 and 2008, was nominated by then-Governor-elect Janet Mills to lead the Maine Department of Education. Two days later, Mills nominated former Portland Police Chief Mike Sauschuck '98 to lead the Department of Public Safety.

The Year in News: Our Top Stories of 2018

We're recapping our top stories of 2018 in a big, multimedia way.

Compassionate intervention needed for veterans, USM's Bernacchio and Reagan wrote in Portland Press Herald

Caring and compassionate individuals can lessen the tragic trend of veteran suicide, Associate Professor Charles Bernacchio and USM student Tiffany Reagan wrote in the Portland Press Herald.
Jeffrey DiBartolomeo

Prof. DiBartolomeo featured in article on credit card spending

Jeffrey DiBartolomeo, assistant professor of finance USM School of Business, has been featured in an article discussing the habits of Maine credit card users.

Dean Joanne Williams connecting students with real world professions

“Last year, we did more than 1,000 internships and field placements in our college,” said Joanne Williams, dean of USM's College of Management and Human Services. “Connecting our students to real world experiences is one of our strengths. There are a lot of really good things happening.”
Derek Tharp

School of Business' Derek Tharp published in Wall Street Journal

Assistant Professor of Finance Derek Tharp recently had two articles published in the Wall Street Journal’s Experts Blog.