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John Gale Interviewed on NPR

John Gale is interviewed in NPR on Rural Community Health Addiction.
lizabeth Ferreira and Pious Ali received the award on behalf of Portland Empowered.

Maine School Boards Association honors Portland Empowered's youth efforts

The Maine School Boards Association honored work within USM’s Muskie School of Public Service to reach out to local youth and nurture young leaders.

Tracy Michaud Featured on September 19, 2018 “Maine Calling: Revitalizing Rural Communities Through the Arts”

How can communities grow through the arts?

Maine International Conference for the Arts Hosted by USM

Dr Michaud and students presented at Maine International Conference on the Arts

MEIF Funds New Projects

Read about MEIF’s exciting new projects!

National Webinar Presentation: Reaching Out: Using Consultants to Support Best Practices in Infant-Toddler Child Care

Maine's work with an on-site consultation for infant and toddler practitioners is highlighted in a national webinar.

Kimberly Snow Presents Findings of Financial Exploitation of Maine’s Older Adults at Two Different Conferences

Twice as nice! Same financial exploitation presentation, two different conferences!

Portland Empowered Presents on Youth Voice at Statewide Educator Conference

Portland Empowered engages educators from across the state in a conversation about how to engage non-traditional leaders and elevate marginalized voices within our school walls.

Michaud and Sanford publish article in Maine Policy Review Special Issue on Leadership

Michaud and Sanford publish article in Maine Policy Review on improving retention and developing leaders through a fall USM immersion class for first year tourism and environmental students co-located at Camp Cedar.

Ninth Annual Patient Safety Academy Brings Together Healthcare Providers, Students, and Advocates

Ninth Annual Patient Safety Academy a success! Participants from all over the state of Maine joined in an "all hands on deck" approach to improving patient safety in our workplace, our communities, and in our state.

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