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Tech start-up created by Gabe Garza ‘08 developing indoor mapping robots

A tech start-up firm founded by University of Southern Maine alumnus Gabe Garza ‘08 is developing an indoor mapping technology with specially designed robots.
USM Update taping November 2019

Replay: 'The USM Update,' November 2019

In the November episode of "The USM Update," USM President Glenn Cummings sits down to talk about groundbreaking biology research at USM, global leadership through the Maine Model United Nations program, and how USM is leading the way in sustainable seafood initiatives.

New Course Announcement for Spring 2020

New Course Announcement for Spring 2020
Kallee Gallant, USM student as Titania_Maine State Ballet

Future engineer/STEM student dances lead with Maine State Ballet

Triple STEM major Kallee Gallant hopes someday to use her education to work for the CERN particle accelerator or for NASA, and in the meantime, while pursuing her studies, she's also pursuing her passion as a dancer with a lead role in Maine State Ballet's production of A Midsummer Night's Dream!

USM unveils collaboration with Maine composites industry leaders

The University of Southern Maine announced a new collaboration that will bring the Composite Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) and $1.5 million worth of equipment into the Michael E. Dubyak Center for Digital Science & Innovation at USM.

New Course Announcements for Fall 2019

Engineering Department to offer two new courses in Fall 2019.
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The Year in News: Our Top Stories of 2018

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

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