Department of Computer Science
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Alumni at Work: Matthew Pelletier '04
In part two of our "Alumni at Work" series, Matthew Pelletier '04 discusses his role as director of consumer tech at fast-growing Vets First Choice.
Replay, "The USM Update," March 5, 2018
In the March 2018 episode of the University's popular television show, USM President Glenn Cummings sits down with guests from the USM Master's in Occupational Therapy program, the USM Computer Science Department and the growing Tourism and Hospitality program to discuss the many workforce initiatives taking place across the University.
Maine Cyber Security Cluster Participates in Information Security Roundtable
Representatives from the Maine Cyber Security Cluster (MCSC) presented at a roundtable event centered on cyber security current issues that are important to business, industry, government and university information and cyber security experts.
Bioinformatics Classwork Leads to Journal Publication
An interdisciplinary collaboration has resulted in the paper "Common Features of microRNA Target Prediction Tools" being accepted for publication in the Bioinformatics and Computational Biology section of Frontiers in Genetics.
Target Data Breach Grows
Edward Sihler, technical director of USM's Maine Cyber Security Cluster, sat down with WGME Channel 13 to provide insight on the Target and Neiman Marcus data breaches .