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USM has launched an initiative to give students a faster, less expensive pathway from an undergraduate degree to a master’s degree in a professional field.
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 .
Visit www.pathwaystoscience.org to find education and career training opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).
Join us for a technology job fair, Project>Login reception, and cyber security discussion!
New USM program to provide career experience, fulfill business needs, by offering internships for STEM students.
The USM College of Science, Technology, and Health (CSTH) and Cornerstones of Science are excited to be embarking on a new partnership that will bring science and technology based information and opportunities to the community.
Free for students! Join us for the State of IT in Maine Cyber Security Conference on Friday, November 8. The conference provide insights into current state-of-the-art technologies, upcoming events, and “disruptive technologies” that are occurring in Maine and beyond.
USM is pleased to announce its undergraduate chemistry program has received accreditation from the American Chemical Society (ACS).
Edward Snowden’s revelations regarding mass surveillance programs employed by the United States has sparked debates about finding a balance between the need for national security and the privacy of citizens. USM cybersecurity researcher Edward Sihler will lead a science café discussion exploring this debate on Thursday, October 10, 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the atrium of the Portland Public Library.
Mike Wing, Director of the Pioneers Program, is featured in a WMTW 8 video report on Maine's brain drain problem and how USM programs are addressing the issue.

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