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USM Computer Science faculty, Ahmad Tafti, PhD co-authors publication

USM Computer Science faculty, Ahmad Tafti, PhD co-authors publication

USM Computer Science faculty, Ahmad Tafti, PhD receives honorary award

Ahmad Tafti, PhD receives honorary award for USM Computer Science

Computer Science Department is presenting an AI-powered research accomplishment

Computer Science Department is presenting an AI-powered research accomplishment

CSTH 2021 Departmental Award Recipients

The College of Science, Technology, and Health is pleased to announce the 2021 Departmental Award recipients.

Computer Science faculty publishes article in the Health Data Science journal

USM Computer Science faculty publishes article in the Health Data Science journal
student at commencement 2018

Course aims to ease 'launch' into 'real world' after college

"Launching into Life after College," a new course offered to give students skills and strategies for easing the transition from college into the "real world," is now available.
Students at Fall Job Fair 2018

Hundreds come to first Fall Job Fair at USM

The Career & Employment Hub at the University of Southern Maine hosted its first-ever Fall Job Fair on Thursday, Nov. 8, drawing hundreds of students looking for work.
Students studying in ELE 172

Statewide support for Question 4

There has been statewide support for Question 4 on the Nov. 6 ballot, from business and health care leaders to residents and more. The bond, if approved, will invest $49 million in the University of Maine System to fund workforce development and infrastructure improvements.
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What you need to know about upcoming Bond Question 4

If approved by voters on Nov. 6, Question 4 will invest a historic $49 million into Maine's public universities, including USM, to fund workforce development initiatives in nursing, engineering, computer science and more.
Seth Percy

Engineering the future of medicine: Seth Percy '19

Seth Percy isn't just an electrical engineer. With a concentration in computer engineering, the 25-year-old from Bath is looking to make a difference in the field of medicine — through robotic intervention.

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